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Laboratory Robotics Interest Group
The Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (LRIG) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the study and discussion of laboratory automation. Through mailing lists, forums, and online presentations, as well as regular regional meetings and conferences, the LRIG acts as a networking tool as well as a scholarly resource.
Among the topics discussed by the LRIG are the uses of laboratory automation in high-throughput screening, drug discovery, combinatorial chemistry, chemical synthesis, compound purification, compound distribution, data management, pharmaceutical dosage form sample preparation, dissolution testing, bioanalytical technology, chemical analysis, solid phase extraction, validation, and product formulation.
The LRIG consists of over 9,000 scientists and engineers. Employees of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries constitute the bulk of the membership, with many others from the chemical, agriculture, cosmetic, food, and specialty industries. There are no fees or dues required to join. Members are encouraged to contribute through online discussion as well as physical meetings.
Multiple regional meetings are held each year in which our members' experiences in automation are presented. A typical meeting consists of a social period followed by two or three presentations with discussions afterward. Posters are viewed during the social period. Job openings may be posted or announced. Technology exhibitions are held to allow automation providers to present their products to the group.
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