Events Organised by The Chromatographic Society
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The ten most important Advances or Themes in Separation Science over the past 60 years
To follow on from our 60th anniversary celebrations, we are interested to understand what you believe are the most important breakthroughs in separation science in the lifetime of the society.
Applications are now OPEN, deadline Sunday 2nd April
Emerging Separations Technologies 2017
Thursday, 30 March, RSC Burlington House, Piccadilly London, W1J OBA
The EST series co-organised with the Separation Science Group of the RSC contains a full and exciting topic and speaker program and will facilitate delegate and exhibitor access to a wide range of scientists. The meeting will provide an insight into the latest innovations in column and instrument technologies, novel applications and utilisation in life sciences. EST provides you with a unique means of sharing real experiences with other professionals.
Call for Poster Abstracts is OPEN (deadline 20 February)
Spring Symposium 2017 SFC and UHPLC
Monday, 15 to Wednesday, 17 May, Discovery Event Center, Sandwich, KENT
This 3 day symposium will feature oral presentations by the leading practitioners of SFC & UHPLC. The latest innovations and applications will be described and the lectures will be augmented and supported by a comprehensive table top exhibition of instrumentation and consumables. Poster presentations will also be invited.
Call for Abstracts is OPEN
To submit an abstract or for more information Contact Us
22nd International Reid Bioanalytical Forum
Monday, 4 to Thursday, 7 September, The Cambridge Belfry, Cambourne
Presentations and discussions on cutting edge science and a supportive environment for early career bioanalysts will be provided in this inclusive and congenial atmosphere. Sessions will cover the usual eclectic mix of new technologies, method development and validation, together with regulatory aspects and emerging trends in bioanalysis. There will be a single stream of oral presentations given by lecturers from pharmaceutical companies, contract research organisations, instrument manufacturers and academics, supported by poster presentations and exhibitions.
A training course in large molecule analysis by LC-MS/MS will be held on the Monday, book early to avoid disappointment.
Call for abstracts is OPEN, see the flier for more details