GRC Bioanalytical Sensors 2018

The GRC Bioanalytical Sensors conference took place between 24th – 29th June 2018 in Newport, RI, USA. The conference was chaired by Robin L. McCarley and Analyst’s Editor-in-Chief, Duncan Graham, and Vice Chaired by Susan Daniel and Analyst’s Associate Editor Jean-Francois Masson.

The 2018 GRC Conference considered measurement science and engineering challenges that examine food and water safety, point-of-use healthcare, forensics, visualisation of living systems, and innovative ideas to sensing and creating measurements. The conference focused on many other interesting research areas, including future measurement challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare systems.

The conference was attended by Maria Southall, Deputy Editor of Analyst, Analytical Methods and Lab on a Chip. On behalf of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Analyst and Analytical Methods were delighted to award two Young Investigators with cash prizes for outstanding poster prizes. Two other young investigators and poster winners were awarded by the ACS. The Young Investigators, as captured in the image below, were also invited to provide short talks during the conference.

Above: Caitlin Anderson, University of Washington, USA, with Conference vice chair and Analyst Associate Editor JF Masson

Above: Maggie Malone-Polovny, University of North Carolina, USA, with Conference vice chair and Analyst Associate Editor JF Masson

Congratulations to the poster winners on this outstanding achievement. The conference was a huge success!

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