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LACE 2011

LACE 2011, 2-6 December 2011, Hollywood, Florida, USAThe 17th Latin-American Symposium on Biotechnology, Biomedical, Biopharmaceutical and Industrial Applications of Capillary Electrophoresis and Microchip Technology takes place 2-6 December in Hollywood, Florida.

This is the first time that LACE 2011, as it’s more conveniently known, is taking place in the USA.  Analytical Methods is delighted to be able to support the meeting, and Professor Susan Lunte, Associate Editor for the Americas, will be attending.

If you are attending, please do pick up complimentary copies of Analytical Methods and Analyst and speak to Prof. Lunte with your comments and queries about publishing with us.

In the meantime, take a look at some of our popular content from authors in the American continent:

Ionic mobility of the solvated proton and acid–base titration in a four-compartment capillary electrophoresis system
Renata Mayumi Saito, José Geraldo Alves Brito-Neto, Fernando Silva Lopes, Lucas Blanes, Eric Tavares da Costa, Denis Tadeu Rajh Vidal, Guilherme Minoru Hotta and Claudimir Lucio do Lago
Anal. Methods, 2010, 2, 164-170
DOI: 10.1039/B9AY00192A

Technical Note: Cloud point extraction to avoid interferences by structured background on nickel determination in plant materials by FAAS
Sidnei G. Silva, Pedro V. Oliveira, Joaquim A. Nóbrega and Fábio R. P. Rocha
Anal. Methods, 2009, 1, 68-70
DOI: 10.1039/B9AY00010K

Authentication of the protected designation of origin horchata de Valencia through the chemometric treatment of mineral content
Katharina Boeting, Zully Aguilera de Benzo, M. Luisa Cervera and Miguel de la Guardia
Anal. Methods, 2010, 2, 1723-1728
DOI: 10.1039/C0AY00332H

Metals analysis of botanical products in various matrices using a single microwave digestion and inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) method
Joaudimir Castro, Julia C. Spraul and R. Kenneth Marcus
Anal. Methods, 2009, 1, 188-194
DOI: 10.1039/B9AY00080

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220th ECS meeting and Electrochemical Energy Summit

The 220th Electrochemical Society meeting is being held 9-14 October 2011 in Boston, USA, along with the first Electrochemical Energy Summit.

Sue Lunte, our Associate Editor to the Americas for Analytical Methods will also be attending, so you can speak to her with any queries about the journal.

For more information and to register, click here.

Look out also for our online collection of articles published in Analyst and Analytical Methods on Future Electroanalytical Developments, due to appear online later this year!  More details to follow on our blog soon.

220th ECS Meeting and Electrochemical Energy Summit, Boston, 9-14 Oct 2011

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Separation of proteins using new short monoPLOT columns

Last week we published the latest paper from Analytical Methods Editor-in-Chief, Brett Paull.

The paper will be free to access until the end of the month.

Monolithic porous layer open tubular (monoPLOT) columns for low pressure liquid chromatography of proteins
Ekaterina Nesterenko, Oksana Yavorska, Mirek Macka, Alexander Yavorskyy and Brett Paull
Anal. Methods, 2011
DOI: 10.1039/c0ay00649a

A new form of short monolithic porous layer open tubular columns have been applied to the low pressure liquid chromatographic separation of proteins.

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Conference on Analytical Sciences, Ireland

Abstract and registration deadlines are fast approaching for Ireland’s premier meeting for young researchers in analytical science and related discipline.

The 6th CASi takes place 21– 22 February 2011 at The Helix, Dublin City University.

Submit your abstract by 17 January and register by 28 January: www.dcu.ie/CASi2011

The meeting, supported by the RSC Analytical Division, will be chaired by Brett Paull, Editor-in-Chief of Analytical Methods; plenary speakers include Duncan Graham and Boris Mizaikoff from the Editorial Board of Analytical Methods‘ sister journal, Analyst.

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Desty Memorial Lecture for Innovation in Separation Science

Brett Paull, Editor-in-Chief of Analytical Methods will be one of the speakers at the 15th Desty Memorial Lecture for Innovation in Separation Science, to be held in the Royal Institution of Great Britain on Wednesday 6th October 2010

I’ll also be attending , so if you’d like to meet either of us to discuss the journal or just to say hello, please do contact us.

Denis Desty was a great innovator and this event is to celebrate his life and innovations.  Key speakers have been invited who are recognised for they innovative work in separation science. Each year the Desty Award is presented to a young scientist who will have been judged to have shown great innovation in separation science.

Find out more and see the full programme online.

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Brett Paull wins ion chromatography award!

We are delighted to see that Anaytical Methods Editor-in-Chief, Brett Paull will be presented with the 2010 IC Achievement Award, at the upcoming International Ion Chromatography Symposium (IICS 2010) in Cincinnati. Well done Brett!

Brett’s award lecture will be given on Monday 20th September entitled “Polymer Monolithic Phases: The Future or a Fading Novelty”.

Pick up a complimentary copy of Analytical Methods at the Symposium or access the latest issue online for free!

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