Monday Morning Session: Monoliths I

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Monday morning's session titled Monoliths I, to be held in Ballroom B, will be chaired by Karin Cabrera of Merck KGa (Darmstadt, Germany) and Emily Hilder of the University of Tasmania (Hobart, Australia).

Monday morning's session titled Monoliths I, to be held in Ballroom B, will be chaired by Karin Cabrera of Merck KGa (Darmstadt, Germany) and Emily Hilder of the University of Tasmania (Hobart, Australia). The session will feature three presentations.

The first presentation will be given by Nobuo Tanaka of GL Sciences, Kyoto Institute of Technology (Iruma, Kyoto, Japan) and is titled "Monolithic Silica Columns for High-Speed and High Efficiency HPLC Separations."

The second presentation, titled "Porous Polymer Monoliths Functionalized with Carbon Nanotubes for Isocratic HPLC of Small Molecules," will be presented by Csaba Horvath Young Scientists Award nominee Stuart D. Chambers of the University of California at Berkeley (Berkeley, California).

Finally, the third presentation will be given by Djuro Josic of Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island) and is titled, "Unique Selectivity of Monolithic Supports and Their Use for Separation of Complex Mixtures and Isolation of Low Abundance Proteins."

Whether you have a wide knowledge base on Monoliths or are just starting to learn about them, this session promises to be both insightful and innovative.