This one day event, sponsored by Reliance Precision Limited, is focused on the delivery of new product innovation through collaboration and partnerships. The presenters will provide insights into new applications for high sensitivity imaging and label-free live cell analysis. There are also presentations on the collaborative journey that led to successful production of a functional prosthetic. For social media use #ERNTD2019
The Reliance ‘Cambridge Event: Enabling and Realising New Technology Developments 2019
The website includes an overview of the event, the outline agenda (including a PDF copy to download) and details about how to book accommodation on site. To register for your free ‘delegate ticket’, please click on the Eventbrite link (here). Entry is by RSVP only. There has been plenty of interest in this October event, so we encourage you to register soon to avoid any disappointment.
The event will include two parallel workshops, in the morning:
Is focused on modelling Quadrupoles and vacuum chambers to improve time to market of mass spectrometry instruments, chaired by Jerry Coffey (Reliance Business Manager, Scientific Instruments)
Life Science Instrumentation
Covers designing to cost, product miniaturisation and design for improved time to market, chaired by John Bazuin (Reliance Business Manager, Standard Components and Sub-assemblies)
This is a unique opportunity to speak with suppliers, collaborators and partners of Reliance to learn more about how they can help with your new technology developments. They will be exhibiting a variety of products and services and you will be able to find out more about Reliance’s latest motion control innovations.
There will be a panel discussion and a networking reception to bring this event to a close.
Reliance Precision is a specialist engineering company, with over 50 years' experience in providing custom-built, high reliability, precision instrumentation to customers from a diverse range of global markets. Our engineering capabilities include design, development, prototyping, manufacturing, assembly and test.