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Pittcon 2008 seeks contributed oral and poster presentations in all areas of analytical chemistry, applied spectroscopy, life sciences, and related disciplines.

The Pittsburgh Conference Announces Pittcon® 2008 Call for Papers ˜ August 1, 2007 Deadline

Pittsburgh, PA | Posted on June 8th, 2007

The Pittsburgh Conference released the Call for Papers for the 59th annual Pittcon Conference and Expo. Pittcon 2008 will be March 1-7, 2008, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Pittcon 2008 Technical Program features comprehensive coverage at the forefront of analytical chemistry and instrumental analysis. The 2008 Program Committee has selected 60 invited symposia, including 11 awards, featuring world leaders in their respective areas of expertise.

The Program Committee solicits abstracts of original, previously unpublished findings in all aspects of instrumental analysis including but not limited to chromatography, molecular and atomic spectroscopy, electrochemistry, mass spectrometry and lab-on-a-chip technology. The Committee also seeks abstracts addressing novel applications of measurement science in areas such as nanotechnology, biomedicine, neurochemistry, genomics, forensics, informatics and quality assurance as well as pharmaceutical, environmental, polymer and food science.

New for Pittcon 2008 is the LAB 2015 poster session, a gathering of emerging laboratory technologies which will give start-up and early-stage companies and entrepreneurs the opportunity to present their novel technology, innovative scientific concept or creative business model in front of a targeted audience and potential investors and partners. The goal of the LAB 2015 is to explore promising new technology solutions that are currently available, but are still one to three years away from widespread adoption.

For full consideration, abstracts must be received by Wednesday, August 1, 2007. Abstracts may only be submitted electronically via the Technical Program link at http://www.pittcon.org/technical/CallForPapers.htm . Contact Becky Hackley, Pittcon Program Coordinator, at 800-825-3221 or 412-825-3220 ext. 219 for assistance or additional information.

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About Pittcon 2008
Pittcon® is a registered trademark of The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, a Pennsylvania non-profit organization.

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Contacts:
Annette S. Wilson


Marian Nardozzi
412-825-3220 x 203

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