Science is knowledge reduced to principles; art is knowledge reduced to practice. — Sir Samuel Wilks, British Physician I got the inspiration for this year’s theme in a hallway conversation with a colleague. We were discussing a common friend who is a chromatographer. At one point in the discussion, he said that he was “the only person that could make me believe that chromatography is a science, not an art.” As a chromatographer myself, I felt mildly offended at first.
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My association with EAS dates back to 2001 and I was the president in 2014. I am originally from France and came to North America in the early 1990’s. A pharmacist and analytical chemist, I have been working in the pharmaceutical industry since 1995. I live in Princeton, NJ and enjoy travels, music, arts and crafts. I like writing but I’d never written a blog until last year. There should be enough material in a year of planning for
Reflection from 2013 EAS President My year as President has been a very rewarding experience. I am grateful for the support of our speakers, presenters, exhibitors, instructors, sponsors and all who attended and participated. As I close the 2013 chapter for EAS, I have a better appreciation of the diversity of analytical chemistry fields and their contributions to our daily lives. I hope you enjoyed EAS this year as much as I did. In 3 short days, EAS brought
Message from the Program Chair The Eastern Analytical Symposium has been a center of innovative science and practical solutions for the analytical community for greater than 50 years. The symposium offers a wonderful opportunity to present and hear a diverse scientific program dedicated to analytical sciences. This coming November we are presenting a program focused on Analytical in Motion: Knowledge, Network, and Career. We have implemented a few changes for the 2013 meeting that I am excited to share with