analytica and analytica conference

analytica & analytica conference

From science to industry - the industry's marketplace

Every two years in spring, analytica transforms Messe München into the central meeting point for the international laboratory technology, analytics and Biotechnology industries. The analytica is the most important platform for instrumental analysis, diagnostics, measuring and testing technology as well as quality control.

The analytica conference, organized by three scientific societies,


  • German Chemical Society ( GDCh ),
  • Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology ( GBM ) and
  • German Society for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine ( DGKL ),

represents a crucial component of the world's leading trade fair analytica and offers an interdisciplinary, future-oriented and practice-oriented scientific conference program: from basic research to application-related topics, from instrumental analysis to analysis in the life sciences, Medicine and Biotechnology. Topical topics, which are otherwise dealt with in specialist conferences lasting several days, are highlighted and highlighted in half-day symposia as part of the analytica conference. Internationally and globally leading scientists report what modern methods can do, where they can be used and where their limits are.

The aim of all events is to familiarize scientists and practitioners in analytical laboratories interested in analytics with the variety of methods, processes and techniques and, for example, to make it easier for them to decide when to buy equipment. In addition, the discourse between researchers, users and device providers is to be stimulated in order to contribute to answering analytical questions through a constructive exchange of views. This applies in particular to the poster sessions, where young scientists in particular can present their results from research and application and discuss them with experts.


GDCh headquarters
Dr. Carina S. Kniep
Tel .: 069-7917-499



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