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PREP 2013—26th International Symposium

14 Jul 2013 - 17 Jul 2013 - Boston, MA, USA



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Join scientists and media manufacturers from around the world who will focus on presenting some of the most cutting-edge areas of preparative and process chromatography; and see how the latest products and technologies are driving the pace of innovation in scientific research.

  • Find current solutions to practical chromatographic separations.
  • Optimize chromatography processes for the best economic production.
  • Discuss current and future challenges and opportunities for manufactures as well as media and equipment suppliers.
  • Get close-up views of the latest products and technologies that are driving the pace of innovation in prep chromatography.
  • Interact with world leading scientists and engineers in all aspects of preparative and process liquid chromatography.



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