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29th International Symposium on Chromatography

09 Sep 2012 - 13 Sep 2012 - Torun, Poland



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The theme of the the 29th ISC is Chromatography & Separation Science. Past, Today, Future. The theme is of particular importance to us as the technique was developed in Warsaw, Poland by M.S. Tswett and the fundamentals of which were found by W. Nernst who was born in Wąbrzeźno, former Prussia. This significant meeting will be thoroughly devoted to the role modern separation methods play in scientific development.

The co-organizers of the 29thISC are the European Society for Separation Science (EuSSS), Central European Group for Separation Sciences (CEGSS), and Nordic Separation Science Society (NoSSS)

The Organizers, together with the Scientific Committee, have planned the program elements to inform and inspire, and to provide opportunities for increased collaboration among those involved in the separation techniques. The elements include plenary lectures, section lectures, oral and poster presentations or workshops.

We hope you will take full advantage of the opportunities for scholarly exchange and discussion on the latest achievements in the field of chromatography. With support from companies, we hope to reach the organizational success, from both, the scientific and social points of view.

We would particularly like to encourage young scientists to attend the Symposium and present the results of their research. 



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