Welcome to Day Three of HPLC 2008

May 14, 2008
E-Separation Solutions

Good morning, and welcome to this, our final day of coverage from HPLC 2008. The staff of LCGC has had a great week in Baltimore, a city that always makes a great host for a conference - particularly for those of us from just up the road in New Jersey. And of course, the week is far from over, as there is still more to come beyond today, so look for more sessions and tutorials on Thursday and Friday.

Good morning, and welcome to this, our final day of coverage from HPLC 2008. The staff of LCGC has had a great week in Baltimore, a city that always makes a great host for a conference - particularly for those of us from just up the road in New Jersey. And of course, the week is far from over, as there is still more to come beyond today, so look for more sessions and tutorials on Thursday and Friday.

Of the sessions taking place today, however, I would definitely recommend attending "High Speed HPLC," which is taking place in Harborside Ballroom C at 9 am (so at this point, you may have to hurry to the hotel if you are a late riser). Not only is HPLC Conference Chair Georges Guiochon an author on one of the presentations ("Influence of Heat Generated by Viscous Friction on the Efficiency of HPLC and UPLC Separation"), but one of the co-authors on the presentation immediately following this one is none other than Gert Desmet. Anyone who read yesterday's show daily knows that I mentioned Gert was the winner of LCGC's Emerging Leader Award for 2008. I would say that between these two presentations and the remaining two, which focus on the red-hot topic of pushing the limits of speed and sensitivity in HPLC research, this session will be one of the highlights of the week.

We certainly hope you have enjoyed the week as much as we at LCGC have, and if you have not stopped by our booth yet (#115), please feel free. And if we miss you here by some chance, please be sure to say hello at the next event at which we will be exhibiting, ASMS 2008 in Denver, Colorado. Thanks again for your continued support.