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Something New Under the Sun

Pack your swimsuits, folks – this year’s Pittcon is in Orlando, Florida. The lectures and symposia tip a cap both to experienced scientists and early career researchers, and as ever, the networking sessions – covering everything from social media to lab safety – provide plenty of opportunities to share ideas with fellow scientists. There’s also a new feature this year: NEXUS, a “hub of interactive presentations providing education, entertainment, networking and more” – including a VR experience and a LEGO car race. As for The Analytical Scientist team? When we’re not at stand #3056, we’ll be attending the sessions below.

Symposia
IAEAC – Thinking Outside the Box (Monday AM)
The Role of Ultrahigh-Resolution Mass Spectrometry in the Omics Era (Tuesday AM)
Nanotechnology Against Cancer, Heart and Neurological Diseases: A Fight in Progress (Wednesday AM)
Powerful New Ionization Processes in Mass Spectrometry (Thursday AM)

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