Summer has finally arrived with temperatures soaring and with that the summer storms - one such freak storm caused severe power outages in our area which lasted several days and affected most of my colleagues at ES Industries. We are also rolling out our new look ES Notes to complement the updated and improved website.
We have attended several international meetings and exhibitions in the last month including Achema in Frankfurt, HPLC 2015 in Geneva and Chirality in Boston and will be attending SFC 2015 and Prep 2015 later this month - as always if you are attending we would welcome the opportunity to discuss chromatography.
Keep reading ES Notes and watch out for several new product introductions over the next few months.
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Upcoming Conference/Trade Shows
SFC 2015 July 22 – 24, 2015 Philadelphia, PA
9th International Conference on Packed-Column SFC
PREP 2015 July 2 – 29, 2015 Philadelphia, PA
28th International Symposium on Preparative and Process Chromatography
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P.S. Watch next month for technical information and New Product Releases such as:
ChromegaChiral CCO-F2 new fluorinated stationary phases for chiral separations
GreenSep Ethyl Pyridine for the separation of Efavirenz antiretroviral and its degradation products
Epic Phenyl Hexyl sub-2 micron a phenyl phase for UHPLC