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January 9th, 2007
Viscotek Sponsors International Separations And Characterization Symposium
Viscotek, leaders in multi-detector characterisation of proteins, polymers and nanoparticulate materials, has announced its sponsorship of SCM-3 - the Third International Symposium on Separation and Characterisation of Natural and Synthetic Macromolecules.
Due to take place at the Rhône Congress Centre (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) from January 31st - February 2nd, 2007 the important symposium will bring together a variety of scientists who share an interest in the separation and characterisation of large molecules. Bringing together specialists from the analytical chemistry, polymer science and life science communities the SCM-3 program will feature plenary lectures by internationally renowned speakers, keynote lectures, a topical program of oral presentations plus an exhibition of related instruments and consumables.
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