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Evolve has taken part in the world’s leading trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology.

Chief Visionary Officer Christopher Busuttil Delbridge, Chief Commercial Officer John Montanaro and Business Account Manager Zachary Muscat travelled from Malta to Munich to attend Analytica 2022.

With more than 900 exhibitors presenting their latest innovations, the event served as a great opportunity to catch up in-person with many of Evolve‘s most trusted suppliers and well as establishing several new connections.

Armin Wittmann, Exhibition Director for Analytica, said: ‘Nothing beats a real get-together. The attractive Analytica supporting programme brings the laboratory of tomorrow to life and facilitates the exchange of know-how, experience and ideas.’

The Analytica conference, the scientific high point of the exhibition, took place on the first three days of the trade fair, discussing subjects such as nanoplastics, cancer diagnosis and antibiotic-resistant germs in the water cycle.

Digitalisation was a common thread through the Analytica conference programme, as well as in the exhibition halls. Visitors experienced automated workflows, networked devices and robots in action.

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