LABROOTS VIRTUAL EVENTS
Did you know Labroots is the world’s largest producer of life sciences virtual events? That’s right, hosting more than 15 in-house events annually, we have been fine-tuning scientific virtual conferences since 2008. Labroots invites world-renowned experts, chosen by event committee members, to present their latest research, free of cost to the Labroots users.
Labroots strives to make each event feel like the real thing (and then some)! With free continuing education (CE) credits for attendees, live chats, live and on-demand webinars, a virtual exhibit hall, downloadable educational posters in the virtual poster hall, event gamification, and no cost/no travel, Labroots virtual events are a fun opportunity to sponsor a talk or showcase a product to a world-wide audience.
Interested in hosting a custom virtual event? Click here to learn more.
SPONSORSHIP & ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES
Be a part of our users virtual experience. Sponsor one or more of our upcoming virtual events, which stay on our website for users to experience the content on-demand, providing on-going visibility to your company.
How it works: Choose from one of our many sponsorship placements (see below) and the Labroots team will work closely with your company to customize your campaign within the event environment. During the live event, virtual exhibitors and advertisers can interact and distribute information with their target audience directly. After each event, Labroots will provide a detailed report of booth attendees, webinar attendees, or of whichever sponsorship opportunity was chosen.
- Customized virtual booth with company branding, video, virtual instrumentation, live chat, and more
- Keynote speaker sponsorship, with in-studio opportunities, live polling, live Q&A, and continuing education (CE) credits
- Lobby greeting
- Virtual lab - build a custom lab with your products
- Banner ads within the event
- Pre-event newsletter advertising
- Pop-up announcements
- Email and social media promotion
2021 EVENT SCHEDULE
- Laboratory Animal Sciences - February 10
- Drug Discovery & Development - February 24
- Cannabis Sciences - March 24
- Bioprocessing - April 7
- What the Heck is Hybrid? Produced by Labroots - April 27-28
- Coronavirus Virtual Event Series - April 14
- Genetics Virtual Week - April 20-22
- Forensic Sciences - May 5
- Laboratory Automation - May 19
- Immuno-Oncology - June 2
- Neuroscience - August 25
- Microbiology Virtual Week - September 7-9
- Cell Biology - September 22
- CRISPR - September 29
- Cancer Research & Oncology - October 6-7
- Analytical Chemistry & Separation Sciences - October 20
- Opioid Crisis - November 3
- Clinical Diagnostics & Research - November 10
2022 EVENT SCHEDULE
Subject to change*
- Laboratory Animal Sciences - February 9
- Drug Discovery & Development - February 23
- Neuroscience - March 10
- Cannabis Sciences - March 23
- Bioprocessing - April 6
- Genetics Virtual Week (Including Genomics, Molecular Diagnostics & Precision Medicine) - April 19-21
- Forensic Sciences - May 4
- Laboratory Automation - May 18
- Immuno-Oncology - June 1
- Microbiology Virtual Week (Including Immunology, Infectious Disease & Respiratory Viruses) - September 6-8
- Cell Biology - September 21
- CRISPR - September 28
- Cancer Research & Oncology - October 5-6
- Analytical Chemistry & Separation Sciences - October 19
- Clinical Diagnostics & Research - November 10
Want an entire virtual event just to yourself? Host a custom virtual event with Labroots. Over the past year we have compiled a variety of case studies highlighting our clients’ experience and how their unique goals were achieved for their events. Click the case studies button below to read more or click here to learn about hosting a custom virtual event with Labroots.
LABROOTS VIRTUAL EVENT SAMPLES
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
By participating in our virtual events and webinars, you can earn Continuing Education credits. Each event offers different educational credits based on the content of the event and the eligibility of the presentation. Please see below for the types of CE’s offered.
Professional Acknowledgment for Continuing Education (P.A.C.E.)
All laboratory professionals who are licensed or certified need continuing education (CE). Some employers also require CE in addition to or in place of those requirements. This includes all Medical Laboratory Scientists, formerly Clinical Laboratory Scientists or Medical Technologists (known as MLSs, CLSs, or MTs); all Medical Laboratory Technicians, formerly Clinical Laboratory Technicians (known as MLTs or CLTs); and some Phlebotomy Technicians or PBTs. Typically, they need 12 contact hours per year to meet most requirements. Labroots is an approved provider of P.A.C.E. CE credits through the ASCLS. P.A.C.E. CE credits are acceptable in all states and countries except for Florida, USA. We are an approved provider of Florida CE’s through the State of Florida CE Broker. P.A.C.E. CE credits are available during the presentations enduring (on-demand) period and expire after 2 years from the date of the live broadcast.
Continuing Education Unit (CEU)
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) earned through NSGC-approved educational opportunities will be accepted by the American Board of Genetic Counseling for purposes of Genetic Counselor recertification. Labroots works with the NSGC to provide Category 1 CEUs. The NSGC grants a CEU for all educational programs with content targeted specifically to genetic counselors (10 hours of presentation are equivalent to 1 Category 1 CEU). Following the CEU approved presentation, an attendee will be required to take a quiz of the presentation and pass it (pass no fail), as well as fill out an evaluation and submit a $25 fee, to receive their CEU certificate. These certificates are processed and provided by the NSGC. A CEU credit is available during the presentations enduring (on-demand) period and expires after 2 years from the date of the live broadcast.
American Association of Veterinary State Boards Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
Veterinarians must certify that they have completed a certain number of hours of approved continuing education to renew their license to practice veterinary medicine. Typically, they need 36 hours per year to meet requirements. Labroots is a provider of R.A.C.E. through the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB). Following the CE-approved presentation, an attendee will be required to fill out an evaluation of the presentation to receive their CE certificate. These certificates are processed and provided by Labroots. R.A.C.E. CE credits are available during the presentations enduring (on-demand) period and expire after 2 years from the date of the live broadcast.