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Today's Tutorials: UHPLC, UHPLC Method Transfer, and How Regulations Are Changing Separation Science


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In today’s free tutorials, several very practical topics will be covered, including theoretical and practical aspects of UHPLC, the role of dwell volume in UHPLC method transfer, and how regulations are changing the role of separation sciences.

At 8:55 am, Monika Dittman of Agilent Technologies will discuss both theoretical and practical aspects of UHPLC.

At 11:35 am, Eduard Rogatsky of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine will discuss “Dwell Volume: Hidden Aspects of UHPLC Method Transfer.”

At 1:55 pm, Lois Beaver of LAB Enterprises will give a talk on changes in the role of separation sciences beause of new regulations.

All of the free tutorial sessions will be held in the Magnolia room on the 3rd floor of the Hilton.

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