The Desty Memorial Lecture

August 12, 2010

The Column

The Column, The Column-08-06-2010, Volume 6, Issue 14

The 15th Desty Memorial Lecture for Innovation In Separation Science is set to take place on 6 October at the Royal Institution in London, UK.

The 15th Desty Memorial Lecture for Innovation In Separation Science is set to take place on 6 October at the Royal Institution in London, UK. The lectures will be presented by leading separation scientists from major industrial companies and universities from around the world.

The first lecture, ‘Seeing the Unseen in Sample Preparation’, will be presented by Tony Edge from ThermoFisher and will be followed by Gillian Greenway from the University of Hull, who will ask the question ‘Will Minaturization and Separations fit the bill?’ Brett Paull from Dublin City University will then discuss monoliths before Keith Fadgen from Waters presents ‘Fractionation Strategies for Multidimensional Proteomic Separations’. Johan Roeraade from the Royal institute of Technology in Stockholm will then talk about his exploits in the gas phase and Milos Novotny from Indiana University will discuss his long journey from capillary gas chromatography to the world of glycomes and proteomes.