Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) was formed in 2010 as a merger between the Association for Laboratory Automation and the Society for Biomolecular Sciences. SLAS is a global organization that exists to provide forums for education and information exchange to encourage the study of, and improve the science and practice of, laboratory automation and screening. SLAS has more than 18,000 scientists, technologists, researchers, academics and data informatics professionals. The Society's purpose is to advance laboratory science and technology through education about scientific research, and to serve as a public forum for the exchange of information related to laboratory science and technology. It provides wide array of relevant education, information, innovation and access to the world’s largest network of professionals focused on leveraging technology for scientific advancement. SLAS identifies, develops and implements regional portfolios of educational activities, information sharing and engagement opportunities to enable members around the world to succeed in their scientific enterprises. We carefully plan, target, and support the Society’s worldwide programs with market research, collaborative partnerships and the organization’s wealth of experienced international leaders.
SLAS is a global organization that exists to provide forums for education and information exchange to encourage the study of, and improve the science and practice of, laboratory automation and screening.
Biomolecular Sciences Section
Laboratory Automation Section