Paraytec attends HPLC2006

Friday, 16th June 2006

Paraytec will be represented at HPLC2006 by Dr Mebs Surve and Professor David Goodall. HPLC2006 is the largest meeting in the world dedicated to the needs and interests of analytical chemists, biochemists, molecular biologists and other practitioners of separations science. The 30th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques is being held in San Francisco from 17 - 22 June 2006.

Separations science is a dynamic, continually evolving discipline with a broad scope that comprises advances in all types of liquid phase separations from preparative to microfluidic techniques. Special emphasis in HPLC2006 will be put on pharmaceutical and life sciences, including genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, etc.

With this theme, it is fitting that Paraytec are attending HPLC2006 in order to launch the ActiPix D100 UV-Vis miniature detector. The ActiPix D100 is a powerful new capillary-based in-line UV detector, designed for use with liquid chromotography (LC), nano-LC, and capillary electrophoresis (CE).

Details of our presentations at the symposium are as follows:

Wednesday 21 June, Detection Technology Session, Yerba Buena Salon 7, at 4:15 pm: Professor David Goodall will present the paper Miniature Capillary UV Detector Based on a CMOS Active Pixel Sensor: Development and Applications, ref L-2503

Tuesday 20 June, Poster Session, Yerba Buena Salon 6: Dr Mebs Surve will present the poster A New Active Pixel based Miniature In-line Detector: Technology and Applications, ref P-182-T

We hope you are able to take the opportunity to meet us at the symposium, and you are also welcome to arrange a meeting by contacting our office.

Posters and abstracts will appear on the website shortly.

 

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