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A Walk Down 'Life Science Packaging' Memory Lane at PACK EXPO Las Vegas

In pictures: If you missed the PACK to the Future exhibit at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, scroll through for a look at some of the life sciences moments on display.

1912: James T. Greely invented the first real disposable syringes and patented their design in 1912. Merck legacy company H.K. Mulford used his patented technology for their Mulford Hypo-Units ready-to-use, sterile disposable syringes. They became ideal for use on the battlefield during World War I. (Credit: Merck Historical Archives)
1912: James T. Greely invented the first real disposable syringes and patented their design in 1912. Merck legacy company H.K. Mulford used his patented technology for their Mulford Hypo-Units ready-to-use, sterile disposable syringes. They became ideal for use on the battlefield during World War I. (Credit: Merck Historical Archives)

Check out our scrollable gallery, using the arrows to move right. While the exhibit was meant to be seen in person, these images—taken live at the PACK to the Future exhibit at PACK EXPO Las Vegas—offer a look at some of the innovation on show.

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