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Continues to Support "Green" Efforts
Pittcon is pleased to announce the launch of a new website for 2011 (www.pittcon.org) with improved navigation enabling direct access to key information about the Conference and Exposition and an overall upgrade in appearance and design. The web site provides relevant, up-to-date information to Pittcon conferees, exhibitors, and media representatives.
Other changes include plans to incorporate more video highlights, enhance the content of the Pittcon Library, and display expanded information about Atlanta and the Georgia World Congress Center.
In addition to displaying the most recent updates, the 2011 website continues to support Pittcon's "green" efforts by providing more conference and exposition details online, thereby reducing the amount of printed collateral.
Particulars about the Exposition, registration, Technical Program, Short Courses, and Science Week and relevant functionality will be implemented as they become available throughout the year.
Pittcon is the world's largest annual conference and exposition for laboratory science. The 2011 event will be held March 13-18, 2011, in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Georgia World Congress Center.
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