S-Lab/IST Conference – Free Sessions Available 3rd Sept.

The S-Lab conference, supported by the IST,  is providing a fantastic opportunity to attend a number of free sessions during the  3rd September 2014, King’s College London, Franklin Wilkins Building.

Flyer containing information about free sessions

If you wish to attend the afternoon please register at http://www.eventlink.org.uk/events/info.php?refnum=121.

Good Practice and Great Networking to Inform and Inspire

INFORMATION, NETWORKING and 1:1 GUIDANCE SESSIONS

These are all being offered at no cost on the afternoon of September 3, with over 40 briefing sessions and over 20 exhibition stands. The latter will remain from the Supporting World Class Science Conference which runs at the same venue on September 2 and 3 (until 1300). This has over 60 presentations, many drawn from the 58 shortlisted applications (from four continents) for the 2014 S-Lab Awards, whose winning and highly commended entries will be recognised at a special dinner on September 1.

Both Exhibition and Conference will have much relevant content for designers, educators, engineers, estates staff. Rooms are available at £55 per night, or £135 for three nights, in a King’s student residence that is by the Conference venue, and very near to Covent Garden and the South Bank. Stands from many science professional & technical bodies; briefing sessions on Science Council Registration, technical career structures, and workplace strategies; 1:1 advice on how Registration are available.

HR, REGISTRATION and CPD

Stands from many science professional & technical bodies; briefing sessions on Science Council Registration, technical career structures, and workplace strategies; 1:1 advice on how Registration can help your development, and how to achieve it.

SPECIALIST BRIEFING SESSIONS, INCLUDING:

  • Connected Lab – ELN, field/lab clinical data integration; sample management
  • Envt – BREEAM & Ska updates; energy efficient equipment; freezers & ventilation; green chemistry; helium; water
  • Estates – BMS and controls; new & refurb lab design/construction;
  • Academic – flexible teaching configurations; open research
  • Technical – biosecurity; chemicals; cleaning; equipment purchasing; freezers; IVCs; O2 monitoring

Ideally those wishing to attend should sign-up by the 28th September. Any queries please contact:

Joan Ward IST/S-Lab – joanward@istonline.org.uk