New microfluidic membrane suppressor technology wins the prestigious Solvay Award for the best PhD thesis
Sebastiaan Eeltink, Sam Wouters |
Suppressor technology was first introduced in 1975. By lowering the conductivity of the mobile phase prior to conductivity detection, it made ion-exchange chromatography more broadly accessible. Now, a team from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel is aiming to take the technology a step further, and in the process talented PhD student Sam Wouters won the Solvay Award for Young Chemists. Wouters and supervisor Sebastiaan Eeltink tell us more.
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