We're escaping the New England winter to be in sunny San Diego, California! This January 23-27th KMC Systems will be leaving the beautiful snow covered mountains of New Hampshire and will be heading to the amazing Coronado Bay in San Diego to partake in SLAS2016, the 5th annual international conference and exhibition for the society of laboratory automation and screening.
San Diego, CA will be the home of SLAS2016 January 23-27th featuring more than 300 leading exhibitors.
We hope you'll be there to join the excitement, gain valuable insight into the latest innovations and interact with product developers and engineering experts. Please be sure to stop by booth #1344 to chat with KMC Systems!Read More
When a field changes and evolves at such a rapid rate, so must the engineering and design of clinical diagnostics instrumentation. Staying up to date on the latest technologies is paramount, and interacting with industry leaders is just one way to remain on the cutting edge of clinical diagnostics innovation.Read More
Innovation is all around us. Breakthroughs are made every day. It certainly makes for an exciting time to be a New Englander in the medical engineering industry. With some of the best medical centers in the country right in our backyard, KMC Systems is in a prime position for career-advancing opportunities.Read More
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KMC Systems is thrilled to exhibit at and interact with hundreds of industry peers and other exhibitors at the upcoming Labroots virtual event. Register to attend this exciting online virtual trade show: The Labroots Clinical Diagnostics and Research Conference.Read More
Don't miss this upcoming webinar! Register today to gain insight into this groundbreaking project and stay up to date on emerging advances in hyperpolarization technology.Read More
There have been many new advancements in the field of microbiology in recent years as well as new innovations in the development and design of laboratory automation and microbiology instrumentation. Join KMC Systems and others for this exciting virtual trade show on Microbiology.Read More
In a relatively short span of time, medical instrumentation has run the gamut in dimension, size, scale, complexity, automation and application. Evolving from huge instruments that occupy the majority of a laboratory and require hours or days to process, to handheld point-of-care analyzers that provide instantaenous results, medical technology has made huge strides.
If you're in the medical device business, you realize that you too must evolve to stay in step with the rapidly changing market - or get left behind.