Pittcon 2011 Resource Page
Lab Manager Magazine's Boot Camp
Register for Lab Manager Boot Camp, which will happen Wednesday, March 16 at the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia. Lab Manager Magazine and LabX will be at Pittcon 2011 in Atlanta! Come say hi at Booth 847!
Lab Manager Magazine's Guide to Pittcon 2011
This guide will provide you with a floor plan and booth locations for Pittcon 2011.
Guide to Pittcon 2011
Pittcon Vendor Resource Page at LabX
Visit the Pittcon Page on LabX.com and please take the time to visit the companies listed here who make LabX.com a premier laboratory and analytical equipment marketplace. Here you'll also find booth specials and must-find giveaways offered by vendors at Pittcon.
Evolution of the Pittsburgh Conference
After war broke out in Europe in 1939, the demand for quality goods and supplies skyrocketed. Mary Warga, an emissions spectroscopist and physics professor at the University of Pittsburgh, became heavily involved in the war effort and started organizing small meetings on applied spectroscopy that gave rise to what is known today as the Pittsburgh Conference. Meeting attendance grew, and by 1946 the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh (SSP) was born. With Warga as its chairperson, the SSP held its first annual Pittsburgh Conference on Applied Spectroscopy.
A Look Back at Pittcon 2010...
Lab Manager Magazine's Independent Guide to Pittcon 2010
“Must See New Products at Pittcon 2010”. Over a hundred innovative products from Pittcon 2010 are showcased in the Guide to Pittcon 2010.
Pittcon Technology News 2010
See the latest equipment, instrument and system introductions to the laboratory market, read the Pittcon technology news 2010!
Coloring Outside the Lines
Now more than ever, the greatest challenge facing the contemporary lab manager is not merely achieving a scientifically relevant result but also achieving one that is within budget, on schedule, and—most important—profitable. Faced with these new challenges, today’s lab managers can either stay where they are and tread water or else rethink their approaches to find new and more creative ways to run their labs.