Upcoming Meeting To Focus On Recent Advances in Gas Chromatography

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On Thursday, September 28, 2023, the Chromatographic Society (ChromSoc) will hold a meeting focused on gas chromatography in the Science and Industry Museum, in Manchester, UK. Led by Tony Taylor and Dan Carrier, the talks within the meeting will appeal to experienced and new chromatographers alike, broadening their knowledge and helping them look at these techniques in new ways.

Castlefield Manchester UK | Image Credit: © SakhanPhotography - stock.adobe.com

Castlefield Manchester UK | Image Credit: © SakhanPhotography - stock.adobe.com

Some of the talks include:

  • "Approaches to Significantly Reduce Helium Consumption," by lan Parry of Thermo Fisher Scientific, in Hemel Hempstead, UK.
  • "The Use of Vacuum Assisted Headspace Solid Phase Microextraction for Analysis of Volatiles in Food," by Kathy Ridgway of Element Materials Technology, in Cambridge, UK.
  • "Fundamentals of Low Pressure Gas Chromatography (LPGC or Vacuum GC) for Realizing Shortest Possible Analysis Time in Existing GC–MS Systems," Jaap de Zeeuw of CreaVisions.
  • "Breath Biopsy Using Accurate Mass GC," Jenn Mizen of Owlstone Medical, in Cambridge, UK.

To learn more about these workshops and others, you can register for more information at https://na.eventscloud.com/ereg/index.php?eventid=743617 or contact registration@sasevents.co.uk .

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