The Separation Science Slam Is Back!
Calling all creative, young analytical scientists. Do you have what it takes to be the next Separation Science Slam champion? Submit your 100-word abstract today!
Rich Whitworth | | News
Some of you may remember HPLC 2019 in Milan. It was fabulous. If you do, you will likely remember the inaugural Separation Science Slam. It was a rare treat.
I came back from HPLC 2019 (and ASMS 2019) buzzing – so much so that I felt compelled to write about it. And I couldn’t resist singling out the Separation Science Slam as something special…
“The upbeat session invited six young scientists to present their research in the most creative way – and it proved to be extremely entertaining. I was taken aback by the flair – and, in some cases, audacity – of the next generation of analytical heroes [...] Being part of a 300-strong crowd, clapping and cheering along to a [rap] about the extraordinary insulation properties of polyurethane foam? Well, you had to be there.”
As for the second Separation Science Slam? Well, you have to be there.
And so, I call upon you all to either i) submit a 100-word abstract (if you’re 35 years old or younger) or ii) invite your students, friends, or colleagues to submit a 100-word abstract.
There will be laughter.
There will be cheering.
And, for the three winners, there will be money and fame (or at least infamy).
Submit your 100-word abstract today!