Aug 09 2007

Author: Bernie Monaghan on behalf of International Labmate Ltd

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Although not 100% strictly true, attendees to the Chromatographic Society?s spring meeting, incorporating the AGM of the Society, could come away with that impression after listening to presentations from leading Academics and senior scientists from the Pharmaceutical industry when addressing problems faced whilst developing strategies aimed at maximising both quality and productivity. The meeting title was ?Advances in Liquid Separations and Hyphenated Techniques? and was held at The Natural History Museum, London on May 16th. Almost 50 delegates were present and along with over 30 registrations from Exhibitors, committee members and speakers ensured that a good cross representation of the separation science community was represented. This resulted in stimulating and enlightening discussions following each of the presentations, many of which were of the ?work still in progress? topics at least ensuring that issues of real importance to practicing chromatographers were addressed.

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