The Third and Final Chromatographic Society Golden Jubilee ’Triad’ Symposium

Mar 23 2007

Author: John Lough on behalf of Unassigned Independent Article

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GSK, Stevenage - 21st & 22nd November 2006 As UK separation scientists congregated on Stevenage in November last year for the third and final meeting inside two months of the Chromatographic Society?s Golden Jubilee ?Triad? series there was no sign of weariness in the air, even amongst the few hardy souls that had attended all three events. Indeed there was still a buzz in the air. Much of this, of course, was still to do with sub-2 μm particles (high temperatures or high pressures or both?). However the meeting was to go on to demonstrate that the future of UK separation science is not unidimensional and that there are plenty of other interesting advances to get excited about. Also, it goes without saying that the GSK organisers put on their usual impeccable show, on the science, the exhibition and the excellent social event, a dinner in the GSK Rotunda restaurant complete with string quartet accompaniment.

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