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Dynamic Light Scattering Focus Meeting

24 Oct 2012 - 24 Oct 2012 - Santa Barbara, CA, USA

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Wyatt Technology is pleased to announce that it is hosting a Dynamic Light Scattering Focus Meeting following its 23rd Annual International Light Scattering Colloquium (ILSC). Structured as a variety of plenary talks presented by experts in the field, each followed by a round-table discussion, the meeting will explore a number of different topics.

Expert Speakers include:

•    Ms. Stephanie Cope, Arizona State University
•    Dr. Youngchang Kim, Argonne National Laboratory
•    Professor Andrew MacKay, University of Southern California "Therapeutic Protein Polymer Nanoparticles"
•    Dr. Vladimir Razinkov, Amgen Inc.
•    Dr. Jingtao Zhang, Merck & Co. Inc. "Light Scattering of siRNA Drug Delivery System"
For more information or to register, please contact Lindsey East at or call +1 805 681 9009 ext 210.

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