Preview 2020

Preview 2020

Preview of the EuroLab CrimeLab 2020 fair
How to effectively reach the employees of laboratories and R&D departments with the offer


Almost every element of our environment owes its beginning to laboratories. Medical, pharmaceutical, food, technology and chemical or automotive companies have R&D departments equipped with specialized equipment for creating, measuring and testing materials, products and processes. A comprehensive offer for such modern industrial and forensic laboratories, as well as scientific institutions and institutions will be presented by exhibitors during the 22nd EuroLab Analytics and Measuring Techniques Fair and the 8th CrimeLab International Forensic Technology Fair. They will take place at the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw on March 17-19, 2020.


The EuroLab and CrimeLab fairs have been showing for years that an alliance of science and business is not only possible, but even inseparable. The previous edition was visited by over 6,200 representatives of both these industries from 24 countries.


The fair is the only place in Poland where one can present to such a large group of potential contractors an offer of equipment for industrial, scientific and forensic laboratories. EuroLab and CrimeLab participate in companies that have products, solutions and technologies for laboratories and R&D departments, and that deal with service, device operation, training and technical consulting. During the Fair you can learn how to design, modernize and equip the laboratory. EuroLab and CrimeLab is a great opportunity to not only see, but also often test laboratory, optical, control and measuring equipment, devices for testing the place of the event, documenting, securing and presenting evidence. It presents accessories and analytical equipment, furniture and laboratory equipment, chemicals, reagents, gases, tests, dishes, including laboratory glassware, professional cleaning products and protective clothing.

Exhibitors will also present equipment, systems and technologies supporting monitoring of pollution, soil and groundwater analysis, air analysis, and greenhouse gas emissions. The fair offer will also include solutions in the field of energy saving and obtaining renewable energy sources and recycling.

154 exhibitors from 14 countries presented their offers during last year’s Fair.

EuroLab and CrimeLab are accompanied by substantive training, conferences, lectures and seminars.

Leading scientific institutions and centers have been invited to co-create the program of accompanying events. Experts from the Polish Center for Accreditation, the Military Center for Standardization, Quality and Codification, and the Institute of Forensic Research will share their experiences. Professor Dr. Jan Sehn in Krakow, the Polish Society of Laboratory Diagnostics, the Club of Polish Research Laboratories POLLAB or the Polish Committee for Standardization.

The thematic scope of the conference is very wide: from the analysis of diagnostic-laboratory and genetic tests, through the standards in force in laboratories and their certification to computerized laboratory systems.

A novelty of this year’s edition of the Fair will be a conference on one of the most important challenges facing the modern world, i.e. environmental protection. The speakers will present research and new analytical techniques applicable in solving emerging ecological problems.


The details of the program of individual panels, lectures and trainings can be found on the Fair’s website under the “program”

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