What We Learnt: Riva 2016
Four experts share highlights from “the forum on microcolumn separations”
Rich Whitworth |
Beautiful Riva del Garda (Italy) played host to the 40th International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography and the 13th GC×GC Symposium in late May. Here, a select group of attendees tell us what stood out from an impressive crowd.
“Unexpected insights are always the most impressive – all the more so if they also offer a glimpse of a new horizon. The lecture from Restek’s Roy Lautamo on 3D printing of capillary columns was such a highlight. Printing of capillaries is not such an obvious idea, and the presentation offered both historical roots and a visionary approach. Roy’s very lively story began with solutions, included modeling results, and finally described a convincing path to alternative and potentially improved separation columns of the future.” – Peter Boeker, University of Bonn, Germany.
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