Potential of biotechnology
Hardly any other discipline has been as controversially discussed and still produced so many revolutionary developments and pioneering successes as biotechnology. Whether it comes to red, green or white biotechnology, corresponding equipment and system solutions for all sectors are presented to the scientific community at analytica.
Market leaders and innovative companies
Renowned exhibitors present the latest products and services of analysis.
Find all the leading manufacturers and startups focusing on biotech & life sciences participating in analytica in our exhibitor directory.
The highly comprehensive biotechnology and life sciences program
In addition to the fair, our extensive supporting program gives visitors unique insights into current theory and practice. analytica 2016 offered in the field of biotechnology and life sciences over 30 lectures and 10 intensive workshops. Find out about the trends and developments at analytica 2018 such as:
Antibodies • Bioanalysis • Bioinformatics • Bioprocess Engineering • Bioreactors • Cell Culture Techniques • Cloning • Electrophoresis • ELISA • Genomics • Liquid Handling • Microscopy • PCR • Protein Analysis • Proteomics • Stem Cell Technologies
Biotechnology: controversially discussed and many revolutionary developments
Today, biotechnology fundamentals are not only the basis for modern synthetic biology, but also for the food industry and agriculture as well as for bio-based materials, pharma research and personalized and regenerative medicine. Tissue engineering and 3D bio-printing are opening up unimagined potential for tissue and organ research. Similar to the lab-on-a-chip, now the organ-on-a-chip is becoming a reality. Functional organ structures are making new types of in-vivo treatments possible. Microfluidics make it possible for physiologically active cells to function on a chip. People have been talking about bone-marrow chips, bone chips and gut chips for quite some time.
Interested visitors will find the equipment needed to answer these complex questions in various research disciplines at analytica in Munich. From general laboratory equipment to highly specific molecular and microbiological methods, test kits, PCR and assay techniques, next-generation technologies, automation and evaluation alternatives, bioinformatics and the entire rage of bioanalysis methods as well as cleanroom and protective equipment, the industry's latest developments are presented in detail by international experts at analytica.