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Meeting Review: Emerging Separation Technologies 2019

Organized by The Chromatographic Society and the Separation Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) analytical division, the Emerging Separation Technologies meeting was held on the 28 March 2019 at the RSC’s central London headquarters in Burlington House.

The Chromatographic Society Meeting Report: Supercritical and Ultrahigh-Pressure Chromatography: Part 2

The three-day Chromatographic Society meeting was held on Monday 15th until Wednesday 17th May 2017 and was hosted by Pfizer at Discovery Park in Sandwich, Kent, UK. This comprehensive symposium featured oral presentations from leading practitioners of supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) and ultrahigh-pressure liquid chromatography (UHPLC) from throughout Europe. Some of the latest innovations and applications were described and the lectures were augmented and supported by a comprehensive exhibition of instrumentation and consumables. The attendees gained insight into practical application of these techniques across a variety of industries-particularly the pharmaceutical industry. As was anticipated, in a comprehensive programme there was a significant focus on SFC for chiral and preparative-scale analysis.

LC Instrumentation: The State of the Art

In this extended special feature to celebrate the 30th anniversary edition of LCGC Europe, leading figures from the separation science community explore contemporary trends in separation science and identify possible future developments. We asked key opinion leaders in the field to discuss the current state of the art in liquid chromatography instruments.

The Chromatographic Society Meeting Report: Supercritical and Ultrahigh-Pressure Chromatography: Part 1

The three-day Chromatographic Society meeting was held on Monday 15th until Wednesday 17th May 2017 and was hosted by Pfizer at Discovery Park in Sandwich, Kent, UK. This comprehensive symposium featured oral presentations from leading practitioners of supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) and ultrahigh-pressure liquid chromatography (UHPLC) from across Europe. Some of the latest innovations and applications were described and the lectures were augmented and supported by a comprehensive exhibition of instrumentation and consumables. The attendees gained insight into practical application of these techniques across a variety of industries, particularly the pharmaceutical industry. The comprehensive programme had a significant focus on SFC for chiral and preparative-scale analysis.