Greiner Bio One Announces Webinar Series Now in English and German

Greiner Bio One is proud to announce that due to the high international demand of our webinar series in 2011, all webinars will be available in English and German versions.
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Sept. 12, 2011 - PRLog -- International Webinar Series Now Offered in English and German

Frickenhausen, 8 September 2011 – Greiner Bio-One GmbH, a leading technology partner for the diagnostic and pharmaceutical industry, will be continuing its series of web-based live
seminars in autumn 2011 after the successful launch in April. Participants will be able to follow
lectures online on topics such as “Microscopy and live cell imaging”, “Embryonic stem cell
cultivation” and “Optimizing parameters for ELISA in microplates”. The webinars will be held
in English and, for the first time, in German, too.

The launch of the new series of webinars from Greiner Bio-One GmbH in April 2011 was a resounding success, with 160 participants following the first lecture. This success comes as no surprise to Managing Director Heinz Schmid: “A webinar enables our customers – universities, research institutes as
well as pharmaceutical and biotech companies throughout the world – to get information in real time
and, above all, regardless of where they are located. In April, we welcomed participants from 25 countries, notably from the U.S., Canada and Asia, but also from South Africa and New Zealand.” In
Schmid's view, this kind of event greatly facilitates communication for customers and other interested
parties, particularly for new, highly innovative applications, because participants can not only experience
the presentations live but also ask the speakers questions directly.

Owing to high demand from German-speaking customers, the latest webinars will be held in both English
and German. Registration is free via the Greiner Bio-One website:

Previous webinars can be accessed online.

Autumn 2011 events
Microscopy and live cell imaging: 15 September 2011
Embryonic stem cell cultivation: 26 October 2011
Optimising parameters for ELISA in microplates: 17 November 2011

Greiner Bio-One GmbH – BioScience Division
Greiner Bio-One is specialized in the development, production and distribution of plastic laboratory equipment. The company is technology partner for universities, research institutes and the diagnostic, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries as well.

With the BioScience division, Greiner Bio-One ranks among the leading providers of specialized products for the cultivation and analysis of cell and tissue cultures, as well as microplates for high-throughput screening, allowing industry and research most rapid and efficient drug screening. Additionally Greiner Bio-One develops innovative biochip technologies for genotyping.
Under the management of Heinz Schmid, the German headquarters of the BioScience division in Frickenhausen (Baden-Württemberg) controls the whole research and development activities in the product ranges Cell Culture, High-Throughput Screening, Biochips and OEM.

Greiner Bio-One GmbH is a division of Greiner Bio-One International AG, based in Kremsmuenster (Austria). Today Greiner Bio-One International AG generates a turnover of 311.3 million Euro. It has over 1,500 employees and operates globally with 20 own subsidiaries and numerous distributors in more than 100 countries.

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Located in Monroe, NC - provides product manufacturing, distribution logistics & product application support. Our products consist of blood collection systems, microwell plates, cell culture dishes, plates and flasks, and other general labware products.
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