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Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Career Fair at EuroBio 7-9 October in Paris

EuroBiO Career Fair is a three day event 7-9 October in Paris, that benefits from the presence of more than five thousand participants in EuroBiO’s other Pillars (121 business partnering, a lobbying platform and an exhibition) to generate optimum market conditions for recruiters and job seekers.
It’s aimed at recruiters, job seekers and higher education establishments and seeks to further the mobility of researchers throughout the European Research Area.

This year the Career Fair has partnered with the London Biotechnology Network, Association Bernard Gregory and ScienceCareers to put on a special Career Fair Open Day to be held on Wednesday 8th October at BioCity, a dedicated careers area inside the EuroBiO Exhibition. The Career Fair Open Day will put the accent on alternative careers (to the laboratory), and the multiple talents that biotechnology companies require to grow their business. Candidates with the minimum of a Masters Degree in Sciences (or final year PhD) will be able to introduce themselves to recruiters, without prior appointment, and recruiters subsequently will be able to offer one-to-one interviews in booths to those profiles that correspond to their requirements. The Open Day seminars will be looking at alternative science careers such as journalism, degrees for managing biotechnology companies, and concrete measures that facilitate the mobility of researchers. Candidate registration also includes access to the exhibition which showcases Life Sciences stakeholders and leading BioClusters from across the world, the challenging EuroBiO Plenaries, the forward-looking Presenting Company sessions... and networking breaks!

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Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Don't stop your microarray research this summer

Don’t stop your microarray work this summer.  

Use a fluorescent dye that has:
Reproducible performance all year round
3-fold more ozone stability
0% more photostability

Amersham HyPer5 dye is a new fluorescent dye for microarray applications. It combines exceptional ozone and photostability with highly reproducible performance all year round—irrespective of environmental conditions.

To learn more about the exceptional performance of Amersham HyPer5 download a copy of our "Evaluation on the performance of Amersham HyPer5™ dye in comparative genomic hybridization microarray applications" from the Center of Human Genetics, Belgium.

Take a moment and register to download your free copy.

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