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Don't Miss the March 14 Abstract Deadline for HPLC 2016

Are you interested in chromatography, electrophoresis, or mass spectrometry?

HPLC 2016

June 19-24, 2016 in San Francisco, CA, USA 

Call for Posters 

deadline is March 14 for Competition for Poster Awards & for inclusion in the Preliminary Scientific Program 

Click here to submit abstracts 

Advances and Emerging Trends in Separations Technologies 

Are you interested in chromatography, electrophoresis, or mass spectrometry? Are you solving complex analytical problems? Are you looking for a conference with strong scientific content, a dynamic and robust program, courses offering great training opportunities, tutorials, and an enhanced major exposition showcasing new product launches and innovative products? Check out HPLC 2016 San Francisco, the largest, most recognized international conference and exposition devoted to advances in separations technologies! Join scientists from around the world who use and develop HPLC, capillary electrophoresis, supercritical fluidic chromatography, microfluidics, and mass spectrometry to exchange ideas, best practices, and latest research and findings.

The conference program is guided by emerging trends in separations technology and their impact on science and society. At HPLC 2016, separations scientists in these disciplines will gather from around the world to discuss and learn about the latest research and development issues inherent to a wide range of related technologies and techniques; to find solutions to the most pressing challenges of today and tomorrow; to learn about new methods, trends and best practices; to gather the latest information on technical developments and equipment; to preview critical and emerging technologies; to access how industry strategies are evolving to meet today's challenges; to ask questions to our technology experts; to network to solve practical and economical issues; and to hear about the latest innovations in all types of liquid-phase separations. 

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