The European Laboratory Research & Innovation Group (ELRIG) is a non-profit organization that hosts a number of conferences across different locations in Europe. These shows are a coming together of key opinion leaders, delegates and vendors from a wide range of applications, and are always a fantastic opportunity to see how the landscape of life science research is expected to change in years to come.
The theme of this year’s conference, held in Homerton College, Cambridge, was ‘Cells as Models of Disease and New Therapeutic Agents’. Talks were given on a range of topics, from immunotherapies in oncology, to single cell analysis and microfluidics. As ever, BioStrata attended the conference with great interest, and here are some of our personal highlights.