Welcome to the Third and Final Day of LCGC's Coverage of Pittcon 2008

March 4, 2008

E-Separation Solutions

It seems as though Pittcon 2008 has gone by in the blink of an eye as we reach this, our final day of coverage from New Orleans. And although the long lineup of press conferences may be winding down at this point, the roster of technical sessions continues onward and will even continue into the end of the week.

It seems as though Pittcon 2008 has gone by in the blink of an eye as we reach this, our final day of coverage from New Orleans. And although the long lineup of press conferences may be winding down at this point, the roster of technical sessions continues onward and will even continue into the end of the week. Please consult our list of recommended sessions from John Dolan and John Hinshaw to see what your best bets are for today. We’re sure they will steer you in the right direction.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our loyal readers and advertisers who have stopped by our booth and given us comments or recommendations - both good and bad. The interaction with readers in this tight-knit community of separation science is what has made LCGC what it is today, and we value this feedback greatly. In addition, we would like to extend one last invitation to stop by our booth if you haven’t already. Staff members are on-hand at all times, so there is no bad time to visit.

Finally, as I have touted all week, today at 11:30 here in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is the first LCGC awards luncheon, and we are looking forward to seeing as many of our readers and advertisers in attendance as possible for this landmark event. This luncheon will celebrate what LCGC is really about and honor two members of our community whose contributions have gone above and beyond the ordinary.

We would also like to wish everyone safe travels as they head home to their destinations around the country, and we hope to see you next year, when Pittcon returns to Chicago, a great city and a familiar one for those of us who have attended Pittcon for a few years (or more) now. New Orleans has been a great host to Pittcon 2008, as we know that no one throws a party like the Crescent City. Thanks again, and enjoy the remainder of the show.