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Pittcon Announces Exhibiting Schedule for First Quarter 2012

The Pittcon Organizing Committee is pleased to announce its exhibiting schedule for the first quarter 2012.

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Pittsburgh, PA, December 30, 2011. The Pittcon Organizing Committee is pleased to announce its exhibiting schedule for the first quarter 2012.

First Annual SLAS Conference and Exhibition - uniting the best of the former LabAutomation and SBS conferences, San Diego, CA, February 4-8, 2012. Booth #348. The SLAS2012 scientific program crosses a diversity of industries such as drug discovery and development; food and agriculture sciences; forensics and security sciences; petrochemicals and energy, and consumer products. Pittcon committee members will be available in the booth to answer any questions about the upcoming conference and exposition in Orlando, FL, March 11-15, Orange County Convention Center.

A significant portion of the Pittcon 2012 Technical Program features sessions highlighting lab automation and invites all SLAS attendees to get complete information on the educational opportunities and exhibiting companies at Pittcon 2012.

We are also pleased to announce our third year of exhibiting at BioConference Live virtual events. The upcoming conference, Laboratory Animal Science BioConference Live, February 15-16, 2012, will bring together scientists, veterinary technicians, veterinarians, technical support staff, IACUC administrators and support staff, as well as training and compliance personnel from around the world to learn about recent advances in the field of laboratory animal medicine. Never before has such a diverse group of experts been able to participate in one, groundbreaking conference. The Pittcon 2012 virtual booth will offer a diverse selection of informational brochures and the Preliminary Program and exhibitor list.

BioConference Live Co-founder Greg Cruikshank commented, "We are always looking for additional innovative ways to bring people together in the scientific community."