analytica in Munich gives visitors a comprehensive look at the latest equipment configurations, systems, components, methods and applications for the entire value chain in industrial and research analysis. Analysis is considered a driving force behind innovations in research and development in chemistry and related disciplines. Analysis itself is a research discipline that, unlike almost any other, gives rise to innovations, especially in the instrumental sector, and it also depends on those innovations. At analytica in Munich, every analyst is sure to find answers to their questions.
Renowned exhibitors present the latest products and services of analysis.
Find all the leading manufacturers and startups with a focus on analysis which participate in analytica 2020 in our exibition directory.
analytica is the only event that covers all of the industry’s relevant trends on the topics of analysis and quality control in theory and practice. Find out about the trends and developments in fields such as:
Especially in the Live Labs Material Analytics and Food Analytics the visitors get practical insights into a modern equipped laboratory. Innovative analytical techniques, equipment and specific methods from various application areas such as food analysis, diagnostics and forensics as well as polymer research will be demonstrated.
Our current supporting programme will be available from the beginning of 2020.
exhibitors with a focus on analysis will present their products and services
lectures on the topics of analysis
further education opportunities
innovative experiments / demonstrations at 2 Live labs
Special show: Occupational safety / health and safety in the workplace
Unlike any other other event in the world, analytica gives visitors a complete market overview. Analysis professionals are guaranteed to find the right solutions to their problems at analytica. Global players meet leading manufacturers, scientists and experts from all analysis sectors. The world’s leading trade fair for analysis in Munich is characterized by concentrated expertise and a powerful network at the global level.
From sample preparation, element analyzers and various chromatography methods, HPLC including its coupling possibilities, especially in mass spectrometry, to spectroscopy techniques such as IR, UV-Vis, AAS and ICP as well as microscopy and imaging techniques, the fair depicts all the steps in the analysis chain in their entirety. Naturally, that also includes corresponding automation concepts as well as data analysis, data storage and data management. And it does not just focus on high-end analysis: It also covers routine analysis, quality assurance and online and process analysis. Analysis tools are also indispensible when it comes to explaining important relationships in the life sciences, environmental research, biotechnology, nanotechnology, the material sciences and medical research. At the same time, next-generation concepts and smart equipment developments are opening up unimagined potential.