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Destination: Hyphenation

For the second time in its history, the International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Separation Technology (HTC) is coming to the UK.

The 2018 symposium boasts a fantastic array of speakers. Some of the biggest names in the field (including several Power List awardees) will be imparting their wisdom, while dedicated sessions and presentations give early career researchers their chance to shine. We’re particularly intrigued by the sessions on Big Data and Green Separations, and keynotes by Caroline West, Luigi Mondello and Hans-Gerd Janssen. Read on for more presentations that caught our eye.

Day 1 (24 January 2018)

UPLC-MS for metabolic phenotyping: Advantages, assays and applications
Elizabeth Want, Imperial College London
Session: Advances in Clinical Analysis

Investigating the potential for improved temperature responsive separations in liquid chromatography
Mathijs Baert, Ghent University
Session: Interfacing and Ionization

The comparison of Unispray and Electrospray for the ionization of neuropeptides
Yannick Van Wanseele, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Session: Interfacing and Ionization

Day 2 (25 January 2018)

Better living through (flavor) chemistry: Vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy as a new tool for GC analysis of terpenes in flavors and fragrances
Alex Hodgson, VUV Analytics
Session: Separations by Shape: Instrumentation

Big data – when less is more
Benjamin Woolford-Lim, GlaxoSmithKline
Session: Big Data – What Do We Do With It?

Quantitative proteomics for molecular diagnostics of public health
Jack Rice, University of Bath
Session: Approaches to Maximizing Analytical Data

Day 3 (26 January 2018)

Automated sample preparation: the missing hyphen to hypernation
Camilla Liscio, Anatune
Session: Automating Complex Sample Workflows

Recent advances in the analysis of petroleum-based fuels using GC-VUV spectroscopy
James Diekmann, VUV Analytics
Session: Analysis of Complex Energy Products

Improving untargeted metabolomics with ion chromatography-mass spectrometry
John Walsby-Tickle, University of Oxford
Session: Life Science & Pharma

The HTC-15 conference will be held at Cardiff City Hall, Cardiff, Wales, UK, January 24–26, 2017.

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