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37th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis

The 37th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis (MSB) 2021 eBoston will take place on July 12-15, 2021.

This year’s program will cover the most interesting developments from the past year, plus advances that we believe will make a splash in the years to come. The impressive scientific program of 120+ oral presentations will cover aspects related to all major microscale separation techniques including capillary electrophoresis (CE), liquid chromatography (LC), omics techniques (proteomics, metabolomics, etc.), microfluidics, mass spectrometry (MS), LC-MS, CE-MS, Lab-on-a-Chip devices, the fundamental aspects of micro- and nanofluidics, microchip fabrication, portable devices, as well as applications related to pharmaceutical sciences, biotechnology, clinical diagnostics, forensic toxicology, food analysis, nanoparticles, industrial chemicals, and more.

 

Key dates:

June 2021: Preliminary Program Posted at MSB-conferences.org

June 20, 2021: Deadline to submit poster abstract in competition for poster awards

June 24, 2021: Late-breaking poster abstract submission deadline

July 12-15, 2021: e-MSB 2021 symposium

Lab on a Chip is sponsoring the Plenary lecture by Professor Amy Herr, while Analyst, Analytical Methods and Lab on a Chip are sponsoring six poster prizes.

Register to attend here.

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37th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis

Join us virtually from anywhere in the world and learn about solutions to the most pressing challenges of today and tomorrow.Welcome to MSB 2021, the premier 37th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis, an exciting forum created to advance science through a unique and immersive conference experience that mimics the collegial atmosphere of in-person MSB meetings. MSB 2021 eBoston will take place on July 12-15, 2021. The conference promotes the sharing of innovative research by scientists from around the world and offers practical and educational information and solutions to challenging and pressing issues.

Microscale separations enable high-throughput and/or high-performance analyses at reduced costs and with a lower sample and solvents consumption, being therefore highly competitive analytical approaches in today’s research, including fundamental research, drug discovery and development, clinical and forensic toxicology, food analysis, and -omics approaches.

  • Learn about fundamental developments to applications that impact health, medicine, food, environment and beyond.
  • Hear from world-renowned experts about their latest innovative and sometimes controversial, but mostly unpublished, scientific research.
  • Explore ground-breaking technologies.
  • View new product launches.
  • Discover practical information to improve productivity.
  • Discuss challenges and solutions with colleagues.

Get real-world insights from thought leaders and future shapers on today’s most relevant and timely topics. 

This year’s program will cover the most interesting developments from the past year, plus advances that we believe will make a splash in the years to come. The impressive scientific program of 120+ oral presentations will cover aspects related to all major microscale separation techniques including capillary electrophoresis (CE), liquid chromatography (LC), omics techniques (proteomics, metabolomics, etc.), microfluidics, mass spectrometry (MS), LC-MS, CE-MS, Lab-on-a-Chip devices, the fundamental aspects of micro- and nanofluidics, microchip fabrication, portable devices, as well as applications related to pharmaceutical sciences, biotechnology, clinical diagnostics, forensic toxicology, food analysis, nanoparticles, industrial chemicals, and more.

4 Full Days of Engaging Scientific Sessions.

Oral presentations are time wise split in 2/3 talk and 1/3 discussion. 

Check out the scientific program at https://msb-conferences.org/ 

Register for attendance here.

MSB 2021 will deliver strong scientific content with opportunities for engagement and building connections. The program is packed with 4 full days of invited and contributed talks, general and parallel sessions with heavy focus on live Q&A by world renowned experts who will share their latest innovative and sometimes controversial, but mostly unpublished, scientific research results, workshops/seminars, exhibition, and a strong poster program where each presenter will upload a pdf of their presentation to their poster virtual board and will have an opportunity to upload a 5-minute pre-recorded video about the work presented in the poster, which will be broadcasted in the session of lightning talks that will be available for on-demand viewing for the duration of the conference. The program will include sponsored video highlights, poster pitch presentations, pre-recorded lightning talks, young scientist and best poster competitions, and awards to recognize outstanding contributions to science and innovative break-through research.

Plenary Lecturers.

  • “Electrophoretic Cytometry: Single-cell and Sub-cellular Targeted Proteomics using Microfluidic Design” – AMY E. HERR, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
  • “Organoids Microphysiological Analysis Platforms (MAP) and Exosome Detection via the Ultrafast-isolation System (EXODUS)” – LUKE P. LEE, Harvard Medical School and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
  • “Robust and In-depth Work Flows for Single Cell and Clinical Proteomics” – MATTHIAS MANN, Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry, Munich, GERMANY and University of Copenhagen, DENMARK
  • “Microfluidic Sorting of Extremely Rare Circulating Tumor Cells and Clusters from Blood” – MEHMET TONER, Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, Harvard-MIT Health Sciences & Technology, Boston, MA, USA
  • “Toward Universal Druggability” – GREGORY VERDINE, LifeMine Therapeutics, Cambridge, MA, USA
  • “Advances in Proteomics” – JOHN YATES, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, USA

Competitions with Awards and Prizes. 

  • MSB Young Scientist Award
  • SCIEX Microscale Separations Innovation Medal Award for current and breakthrough research in the field of Electrodriven Separations
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Early Career Award for breakthrough research advancing the field of Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis
  • Best Poster Awards

e-Science Café Workshops. 

  • Bruker
  • SCIEX
  • VICI
  • Agilent
  • Phenomenex
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific

Tutorial. 

  • Capillary Iso-Electric Focusing (CIEF) – Prime Methodology for Protein Characterization – Dr. Gerard Rozing, ROZING.COM Consulting, Karlsruhe, Germany
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Analyst Desktop Seminar featuring Yi-Lun Ying and Jaebum Choo

The Royal Society of Chemistry is delighted to announce our inaugural free, online-only RSC Desktop Seminar Lectureship Series, featuring virtual talks by our recent journal lectureship winners. Each session will include an introductory talk by a journal board member as well as the lectureship winner. The RSC Desktop Seminar Lectureship Series is an effort to not only replace in-person research seminars during the current pandemic situation but to also expand access for researchers around the world looking to connect to some of the leading minds in the chemical sciences.

This webinar will allow researchers to hear from the Analyst Emerging Investigator Lectureship 2020 winner.

Analyst desktop seminar: Register now!

23rd February 2021; 8am GMT/4pm CST

 

Speakers

  • Jaebum Choo (Chung-Ang University) – “Application of nanodimple-based SERS sensors for ultrasensitive detection of COVID-19 biomarkers”
  • Yi-Lun Ying (Nanjing University) – “Nanopore Dynamic Chemistry for Single-Molecule Sensing”

 

Programme

16:00 CST   Introduction

16:05 CST   Application of nanodimple-based SERS sensors for ultrasensitive detection of COVID-19                                                                               biomarkers – Jaebum Choo

16:25 CST   Questions

16:30 CST   Nanopore Dynamic Chemistry for Single-Molecule Sensing – Yi-Lun Ying

17.10 CST   Questions

17.25 CST   Closing remarks

 

Featuring:

Professor Jaebum Choo

Jaebum Choo is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Chung-Ang University. He obtained a PhD in Molecular Spectroscopy at Texas A&M University in 1994. From 1995-2019, he was a faculty member of Hanyang University. He was a Director of the “Center for Integrated Human Sensing System” (ERC, 2009-2013) and a BK21+ Director of Bionano Fusion Technology Program (2013-2019) supported by National Research Foundation of Korea. Professor Choo became a Baik Nam Distinguished Professor in 2015 due to his excellent academic achievements. His main research areas are SERS, biosensors, micro-devices and molecular spectroscopy. His current research programs are centered on the development of highly sensitive optical nano-sensor systems for rapid and sensitive in vitro diagnostics. He has given more than 130 invited lectures in the USA, Europe and Asia, published over 250 research papers in peer-reviewed journals and contributed six book chapters.

Scientific talk: Application of nanodimple-based SERS sensors for ultrasensitive detection of COVID-19 biomarkers

Dr Yi-Lun Ying

Dr. Yi-Lun Ying received her B.Sc in Fine Chemistry (2009), and Ph.D in Analytical Chemistry (2014) from East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST). After a doctoral exchange study in the University of Birmingham (2014), Dr. Ying carried out her postdoctoral research on nanopore single-molecule analysis and nanoscaled biosensors at ECUST. Since 2016, she started her independent work on the nanopore electrochemistry at ECUST. In 2019, she was promoted to professor at State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science in Nanjing University and also acted as a co-PI at the Chemistry and Biomedicine Innovation Center.Dr. Ying currently focuses on developing electro-optical nanopore sensing modules for addressing peptide/protein sequencing and revealing the heterogeneous structure-activity relationship of the single biomolecules. To push the detection limit of the electrochemical measurement, her team is currently exploring the advanced artificial intelligence for nanopore arrays and innovating new sensing mechanisms to reserve the richest single molecule dynamics.

Scientific talk: Nanopore Dynamic Chemistry for Single-Molecule Sensing

We hope that you can join us for this exciting event.

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Analyst Desktop Seminar featuring Yi-Lun Ying and Jaebum Choo

The Royal Society of Chemistry is delighted to announce our inaugural free, online-only RSC Desktop Seminar Lectureship Series, featuring virtual talks by our recent journal lectureship winners. Each session will include an introductory talk by a journal board member as well as the lectureship winner. The RSC Desktop Seminar Lectureship Series is an effort to not only replace in-person research seminars during the current pandemic situation but to also expand access for researchers around the world looking to connect to some of the leading minds in the chemical sciences.

This webinar will allow researchers to hear from the Analyst Emerging Investigator Lectureship 2020 winner.

Register now!


Date & Time: 23rd February 2021; 8am GMT/4pm CST

Speakers

  • Jaebum Choo (Chung-Ang University) – “Application of nanodimple-based SERS sensors for ultrasensitive detection of COVID-19 biomarkers”
  • Yi-Lun Ying (Nanjing University) – “Nanopore Dynamic Chemistry for Single-Molecule Sensing”

Programme

16:00 CST    Introduction from Analyst Executive Editor, Philippa Ross

16:05 CST    Application of nanodimple-based SERS sensors for ultrasensitive detection of COVID-19                                                                               biomarkers – Jaebum Choo

16:25 CST    Questions

16:30 CST    Nanopore Dynamic Chemistry for Single-Molecule Sensing – Yi-Lun Ying

17.10 CST    Questions

17.25 CST    Closing remarks

 

Featuring:

Professor Jaebum Choo

Jaebum Choo is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Chung-Ang University. He obtained a PhD in Molecular Spectroscopy at Texas A&M University in 1994. From 1995-2019, he was a faculty member of Hanyang University. He was a Director of the “Center for Integrated Human Sensing System” (ERC, 2009-2013) and a BK21+ Director of Bionano Fusion Technology Program (2013-2019) supported by National Research Foundation of Korea. Professor Choo became a Baik Nam Distinguished Professor in 2015 due to his excellent academic achievements. His main research areas are SERS, biosensors, micro-devices and molecular spectroscopy. His current research programs are centered on the development of highly sensitive optical nano-sensor systems for rapid and sensitive in vitro diagnostics. He has given more than 130 invited lectures in the USA, Europe and Asia, published over 250 research papers in peer-reviewed journals and contributed six book chapters.

Scientific talk: Application of nanodimple-based SERS sensors for ultrasensitive detection of COVID-19 biomarkers

 

Dr Yi-Lun Ying

Dr. Yi-Lun Ying received her B.Sc in Fine Chemistry (2009), and Ph.D in Analytical Chemistry (2014)

Yilun Ying

from East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST). After a doctoral exchange study in the University of Birmingham (2014), Dr. Ying carried out her postdoctoral research on nanopore single-molecule analysis and nanoscaled biosensors at ECUST. Since 2016, she started her independent work on the nanopore electrochemistry at ECUST. In 2019, she was promoted to professor at State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science in Nanjing University and also acted as a co-PI at the Chemistry and Biomedicine Innovation Center.Dr. Ying currently focuses on developing electro-optical nanopore sensing modules for addressing peptide/protein sequencing and revealing the heterogeneous structure-activity relationship of the single biomolecules. To push the detection limit of the electrochemical measurement, her team is currently exploring the advanced artificial intelligence for nanopore arrays and innovating new sensing mechanisms to reserve the richest single molecule dynamics.

Scientific talk: Nanopore Dynamic Chemistry for Single-Molecule Sensing


We hope that you can join us for this exciting event.

 

 

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RSC awards at SciX 2019

SciX 2019, a conference featuring cutting edge developments in analytical sciences, instrumentation and unique applications, was held in Palm Springs, California, USA from October 13-18, 2019.

Royal Society of Chemistry Award-Winning Scientists

The RSC Theophilus Redwood award is given for interdisciplinary work at the interface of analytical, biological, and materials chemistry and skills for passionately and effectively communicating science to broad audiences. The 2018 award winner was Christy Haynes, University of Minnesota, USA.

Christy Haynes is the Elmore H. Northey Professor of Chemistry at the University of Minnesota where she leads the Haynes Research Group, a lab dedicated to applying analytical and nanomaterials chemistry in the context of biomedicine, ecology, and toxicology.

Christy was given her award by Professor Duncan Graham, President of the RSC Analytical Division and Analyst Editor-in-Chief and she gave a stimulating lecture on Polymer-enabled plasmonic sensing. Her lecture was followed by an award symposium with a lineup of speakers selected by Christy.

Congratulations Christy!

Christy Haynes presents her RSC Theophilus Redwood 2018 Award Lecture
Christy Haynes presents her RSC Theophilus Redwood 2018 Award Lecture
Photo credits: Glen P. Jackson, WVU, USA
The RSC Analytical Division President and Analyst Editor-in-Chief Duncan Graham presents Christy Haynes with the Theophilus Redwood 2018 award at SciX 2019
The RSC Analytical Division President and Analyst Editor-in-Chief Duncan Graham presents Christy Haynes with the Theophilus Redwood 2018 award at SciX 2019

Photo credits: Glen P. Jackson, WVU, USA

Christy Haynes and Symposium speakers (left to right): Melissa Maurer-Jones, Autumn (Tian) Qiu, Vivian Ferry, Christy Haynes, Julie Biteen and Korin Wheeler

Christy Haynes and Symposium speakers (left to right): Melissa Maurer-Jones, Autumn (Tian) Qiu, Vivian Ferry, Christy Haynes, Julie Biteen and Korin Wheeler

Photo: Maria Southall, RSC

It also gives us great pleasure to announce that Analyst Advisory Board member Karen Faulds and Analytical Methods Associate Editor Chris Easley both received awards at SciX 2019.

Professor Karen Faulds was the recipient of the Charles Mann Award for Raman Spectroscopy. After receiving her award, Karen gave a plenary lecture on “Development of SERS and SESORRS for Multiplexed Bioanalysis”.

Analyst Advisory Board member Karen Faulds (L) is presented with the Charles Mann award.

Photo credits: Glen P. Jackson, WV, USA

Professor Chris Easley was the recipient of the AES Mid-Career Award. After being presented with his award, Chris delivered a plenary lecture titled “Digitizing Endocrine Tissue Secretions into Nanoliter Droplets for Analysis of Hormones and Metabolites at High Temporal Resolution”.

Analytical Methods Associate Editor Chris Easley (L) receives the AES Mid-Career Award from AES President Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte.

Photo credits: Glen P. Jackson, WV, USA

We are extremely proud of Karen and Chris. Congratulations on well-deserved awards!

A dinner to celebrate the awardees and the RSC symposium speakers was hosted by the Analyst and Analytical Methods Deputy Editor Maria Southall and RSC Analytical Division President and Analyst Editor-in-Chief Duncan Graham, an opportunity to interact with the Analyst and Analytical Methods Board members attending the conference.

 

Award winners, symposium speakers and Analyst and Analytical Methods Board members.

Award winners (L to R): Chris Easley, Christy Haynes and Karen Faulds. 

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SCIX 2019

 

Are you going to be at SciX 2019? 

 

 

Analyst and the Royal Society of Chemistry are proud to announce that Professor Christy L. Haynes, (University of Minnesota, USA) is the winner of the RSC Theophilus Redwood Award. Professor Haynes will be giving an award plenary on the topic of Polymer-enabled Plasmonic Sensing at 08:00 am, Monday 14 October

Professor Christy Haynes

The Royal Society of Chemistry is also sponsoring a symposium in honour of Professor Christy Haynes (19AWD01) at 10:50 am, Monday 14 October. The symposium speakers are:

  • Julie Biteen, University of Michigan, USA
  • Vivian Ferry, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Tian (Autumn) Qiu, NIH, USA
  • Melissa Maurer-Jones, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA
  • Korin Wheeler, Santa Clara University, USA

Karen Faulds of the Analyst Advisory Board and Christopher J. Easley, Associate Editor of our sister journal Analytical Methods will be receiving prestigious awards at SciX 2019 and if you will be around, I encourage you to please attend their plenary lectures and award sessions.

  • Karen Faulds, will be receiving the Charles Mann Award for Raman Spectroscopy and will be giving a plenary lecture on Development of SERS and SESORRS for Multiplexed Bioanalysis at 8:00am on Tuesday 15 October, followed by a symposium in her honour at 9:15am (19AWD03).  

 

  • Chris Easley will be receiving the AES Electrophoresis Mid-Career Award and will be giving a plenary lecture on Digitizing Endocrine Tissue Secretions into Nanoliter Droplets for Analysis of Hormones and Metabolites at High Temporal Resolution at 8:30am on Wednesday 16 October, followed by a symposium in his honour at 9:15am (19AWD07).

Look out for our Royal Society of Chemistry booth, number 525, during the conference. Maria Southall, Deputy Editor, will be attending the conference and looks forward to meeting you at SciX 2019.


Read a recent paper by Christy L. Haynes and colleagues in our sister journal Environmental Science: Nano on Using an environmentally-relevant panel of Gram-negative bacteria to assess the toxicity of polyallylamine hydrochloride-wrapped gold nanoparticles

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21st Australia and New Zealand Electrochemistry Symposium

Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

The organising committee is especially interested in featuring the work from PhD research students and other early-career researchers. A confirmed keynote speaker is Prof. Andrea Russell from the University of Southampton, UK and Prof. Huijun Zhao from Griffith University, Australia.

Organising Committee

  • Prof. Anthony O’Mullane (QUT)
  • Dr. Muhammad Shiddiky (Griffith)
  • Dr. Yang Liu (JCU)
  • Dr. Ruth Knibbe (UQ)
  • Dr. Debbie Silvester-Dean (Curtin)
  • Prof. Damien Arrigan (Curtin)
  • Prof. Chuan Zhao (UNSW)
  • Ummul Sultana (QUT)

Important dates:

  • 8 February 2019: Deadline for abstract submission
  • 15 April 2019: early-bird registration deadline
  • 29 April 2019: Symposium

 

When: 29 -30 April 2019

Where: QUT, Gardens Point, OJW Room

Contact:

Anthony O’Mullane

Registration Fees

Early-bird** Normal
Members* $300 $350
Non-members $350 $400
Student members* $150 $200
Student non-members $200 $250
*RACI or ISE Members
**Early-bird rates: Before 15 April 2019

Please Click Here to Register

Please Click Here for the Flyer

Please Click Here for the Abstract Template

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1st European Top-Down Proteomics Symposium

The 1st European Top-Down Proteomics Symposium is taking place from 12th – 14th Febraury, 2019, in Paris, France.

The symposium will focus on top-down proteomics, the analysis of intact proteins and protein complexes using high-resolution mass spectrometry.

In this symposium, world-leading experts in top-down proteomics will present the most advanced technologies and approaches. A wide range of topics will be covered including the latest developments in instrumentation, sample preparation both in denaturing and native conditions, intact protein fractionation/separation, data analysis as well as applications in life sciences and human health.

Additionally, attendees will be encourage to take part in discussions on the future directions, challenges, and opportunities for top-down proteomics. In addition to notable scientists, the meeting will also attract younger researchers who are building their careers and are looking to interact with leaders in the field.

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Dr Rodolphe Antoine, University of Lyon, France
Dr Alain Beck, Laboratoires Pierre Fabre, France
Pr Isabelle Fournier, University of Lille, France
Pr Albert Heck, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Pr Amy Herr, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Pr Ole Jensen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Pr Neil Kelleher, Northwestern University, USA
Pr Alexander Makarov, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany
Pr Dame Carol Robinson, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Pr Michal Sharon, Weizmann Institute, Israel
Dr Yuri Van der Burgt, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands
Pr Vicki Wysocki, Ohio State University, USA

ROUNDTABLES AND MODERATORS (CTDP)

Sample preparation, intact protein separation,instrumentation, data analysis
Dr Ljiljana Pasa-Tolic, Pacific Northwest, National Laboratory, USA
Dr Ying Ge, University of Wisconsin, USA
Industrial and regulatory applications (i.e. antibody and biologics analysis)
Dr Yury Tsybin, Spectroswiss, Switzerland
Dr Jeffrey Agar, Northeastern University, USA
Future directions of top-down proteomics
Pr Neil Kelleher, Northwestern University, USA
Pr Joseph Loo, University of California Los Angeles, USA
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SciX 2018, Atlanta, USA

SciX 2018, a conference featuring cutting edge developments in analytical sciences, instrumentation and unique applications, was held in Altanta, GA from October 21-26, 2018.

 

Award-Winning Scientists

The Analyst Emerging Investigator Lectureship 2018 recognizes an early career analytical scientist to raise the profile of the analytical sciences to the wider scientific community and general public. This year’s winner was Dr Wei Min, Columbia University, USA. His current research interests focus on developing novel optical spectroscopy and microscopy technology to address biomedical problems. In particular, his group has made important contributions to the development of stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) microscopy and its broad application in biomedical imaging including bioorthogonal chemical imaging of small molecules and super-multiplex vibrational imaging.

Wei Min presents his Analyst Emerging Investigator Lecture

 

Analyst Chair Duncan Graham presents Wei Min with the Analyst Emerging Investigator Lectureship in Atlanta, USA

 

Wei gave a fascinating presentation during the Monday morning session, which was followed by a highly attended symposium of personally hand-picked speakers.

Symposium speakers: Juergen Popp, Duncan Graham, Richard Zare, Wei Min, Lingyan Shi, Katsumasa Fujita.

 

Congratulations Wei!

 

It also gives us great pleasure to announce that Analytical Methods Associate Editor Michael Roper and former Analytical Methods Editor-in-Chief Sue Lunte both received awards at SciX 2018.

Michael Roper was the recipient of the AES Mid-Career Award. After being presented with his award, Michael delivered a plenary lecture titled  “Electrophoretic Methods for Investigating Dynamic Behaviour of Pancreatic Cells”.

Analytical Methods Associate Editor Michael Roper (L) receives the AES Mid-Career Award.

 

The ANACHEM Award was awarded to Sue Lunte, who delivered her plenary lecture “Adventures in Electrically Driven Miniaturized Separations Systems for Bioanalysis” on Thursday 25th October.

Analytical Methods former Editor-in-Chief Sue Lunte (R) is presented with the ANACHEM Award by Professor Dana Spence.

 

We are extremely proud of Michael and Sue. Congratulations on well-deserved awards.

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SCIX 2018

Are you going to be at SciX 2018?

Analyst is proud to announce that Dr Wei Min (Columbia University, USA) is the winner of the 2018 Analyst Emerging Investigator Lectureship. Dr Min will be giving an award plenary on the topic of Seeing molecular vibrations: chemical imaging for biomedicine at 8:30 am on Monday 22 October.

We are also sponsoring a symposium in honour of Dr Wei Min (18AWD11) at 9:15 am, Monday 22 October, with a wonderful lineup of speakers including:

Richard Zare, Stanford University, USA
Duncan Graham, University of Strathclyde, UK
Juergen Popp, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany
Katsumasa Fujita, Osaka University, Japan
Lingyan Shi, Columbia University, USA

Two Board members of our sister journal Analytical Methods will be receiving prestigious awards at SciX 2018 and if you will be around, I encourage you to please do attend their plenary lectures and their award sessions.

• Michael Roper, Analytical Methods Associate Editor will be receiving the 2018 AES Electrophoresis Mid Career Award and will be giving a plenary lecture at 8.30am on Wednesday 24 October.

• Sue Lunte, former Editor-in-Chief of Analytical Methods and current Advisory Board member, will be receiving the 2018 Anachem Award and will be giving a plenary lecture at 8:00am on Thursday 25 October.

Look out for our Royal Society of Chemistry booth, number 904, during the conference. Executive Editor Jeanne Andres (Analyst, Analytical Methods, JAAS) and Deputy Editor Rebecca Brodie (JAAS) will be attending the conference and look forward to meeting you at SciX 2018.

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