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The Road to HPLC2018 Part I: Super Separations

2018 sees the 47th anniversary of the HPLC symposium, which has grown to become the largest and most visible international conference series dedicated to all aspects of liquid-phase separation science and analysis, including mass spectrometry, chromatography, and electrophoresis. As always, HPLC2018 presents an exciting opportunity to learn of cutting-edge research in separation science. The world’s leading experts will deliver presentations on emerging technologies and discuss novel solutions to important problems in pharmaceutical, environmental, and industrial research and development. In addition, vendor workshops and a series of short courses and tutorials will provide outstanding opportunities for newcomers to obtain a solid foundation in the field – and for veterans to update their knowledge. Meanwhile, the exposition will showcase new product launches and innovative products, and the social program will facilitate networking with colleagues from around the world.

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About the Author

Norman Dovichi

Norm is the Grace-Rupley Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. His postdoctoral fellowship at Los Alamos Scientific Lab introduced the concept of single molecule detection, leading to the development of a capillary array DNA sequencer that became the workhorse tool used in the human genome project.

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