Who are we?
Core Technologies for Life Sciences (CTLS) is a non-profit association that brings together scientists, technical and administrative staff working at or in close association with shared resource laboratories, such as core facilities (CFs), technological platforms and research infrastructures. CTLS provides a platform to network, discuss emerging methods or technologies, exchange information on benchmarks and best practices, and to support career development of its members at all stages of their working life, from young trainees to senior personnel.
What does CTLS stand for?
- Core: are any type of core facility, research infrastructure or shared resource lab.
- Technologies: are any kind of instrumentation, methodology and resources that support scientific research.
- Life Sciences: are any field of expertise related to biology and biomedicine (see What is a Core Facility)
Find out all about our CTLS2021 congress here!