CK Science is proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at Pharmsci 2012 Conference from the 12th of September to the 14th of September 2012 on stand number 30.
About Pharma Sci 2012 conference:
Pharmsci 2012 Conference is the premier Pharmaceutical Sciences Conference in the UK organised by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (APS) taking place at the East Midlands Conference Centre. This year’s conference will showcase the best of pharmaceutical science from the UK and around the world bringing together academic and industrial institutions, providing state of the art technologies and a platform for the development of new pharmaceutical talent.
There will also be presentations on new findings from prestigious leaders and young science researchers on various topics including Polymeric and self-assembled delivery systems, The future of in-vitro drug release testing approaches in product development, Bugs and drugs with a focus on anti-infectives, Tackling counterfeiting by formulation and processing approaches, ‘Green’ formulations and processes, Medicinal chemistry, Biopharmaceutics, Paediatric drug delivery and Inhaled product development.
APS are keen to attract both undergraduate and postgraduate students by offering a programme that develops presentation skills and the scientific networks essential for future careers. There will also be opportunities to network and enhance knowledge for both academic and industrial attendees in a wide range of disciplines.
Visit CK Science on stand number 30
So, if you are looking for a new position in the science industry, or are looking to expand your team, please come along to stand 30 to say hello.
We will be happy to help and give advice on finding a new job in the science industry. Or if you would like to add to your current team we will be pleased to talk to with you too.
You could even be in with a chance of winning a bottle of champagne by entering your business card into our prize draw!
If you are looking for a new job in science why not look at our current science based vacancies?