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A Philadelphia Story

This year’s Pittcon will be covering the hottest of topics, including epigenetics, automation, nanomaterials and cannabis analysis. It’ll also be worth seeing the plenary lecture by Fenella France (Library of Congress), “Preserving and Revealing History – Challenges of a Cultural Heritage Scientist” for an insight into the multiple techniques used in the conservation field. Below are the sessions we’ll be seeing – but come to our booth to say hello to The Analytical Science team!

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