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LAB2LAB webinar highlights the benefits of laboratory sample transport and management systems

LAB2LAB webinar highlights the benefits of laboratory sample transport and management systemsTTP LabTech highlights the workflow enhancement capability of its leading sample analysis management and transport system LAB2LAB, with a webinar entitled "LAB2LAB - Creating a virtual analytical instrument in every lab".  The informative program features contributions from a distinguished guest speaker, in addition to experts from TTP LabTech. This 1 hour webinar will be held on Thursday 20th October 2011 at 3pm GMT (4pm European time, 10am US EST) and registration to attend is now open.

Hosted by Simon Tullett, Sample Management Group Manager, TTP LabTech, the webinar will discuss the use of LAB2LAB to optimise the use of important analytical instruments, such as HPLC, GC/MS, SFC and NMR. Dr Brian Everatt, Investigator III, Novartis Institutes of Biomedical Research, will discuss the application of LAB2LAB for the submission of samples for scheduling, transport and analysis across an entire site. In a presentation entitled "A ‘Virtual' Analytical Instrument in Every Lab", Dr Everatt will describe the workflow improvements obtained as a result of a recent, facility-wide installation of the LAB2LAB platform.

To find out more about the workflow enhancements available with the use of LAB2LAB simply register for the webinar, or visit

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