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2016 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

Dr. Sam Coleman received a BS in Agriculture from the University of Tennessee at Martin (1969) and MS (1971) and PhD (1972) in Animal Nutrition at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He has a research career of over 40 years that included three years with the University of Florida, and 37 yrs with the USDA-ARS at two locations: the Grazinglands Research Laboratory in El Reno, OK and the Subtropical Agricultural Research Station in Brooksville, FL. He served as Research

2016 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Mass Spectrometry

Dr. Smith is Director of Proteomics and Chief Scientist for the Biological Sciences Division at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He is broadly interested in developing and advancing separations and mass spectrometry capabilities for increasing the capabilities of proteomics and ‘pan-omics’ in biological and clinical research.  His earlier research included the first development and applications of both high resolution LC separations and high resolution/high accuracy MS for proteomics.  One present focus of his research is in using fast ion mobility separations

In Memory of Prof. Joseph Caruso

Joe Caruso passed away November 23, 2015 at the age of 75. Prof Caruso had joined the University of Cincinnati in the late 60’s, after a one-year post-doc at the University of Texas Austin and had remained on the faculty since then. He graduated more than 80 graduate students during his tenure. Best known for his work on elemental analysis, his research was centered on metal toxicology and biology. He was a world-renowned expert on HPLC-ICP-MS which he used to

Analytical Innovation from Benchtop to Business

Tempus fugit!  Exciting times at the 54th Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exposition are rapidly approaching.  Registration is now open for EAS, to be held Nov 16-18, 2015 in Somerset, NJ. Be sure to register before October 15th to receive the discounted rate. An event not to be missed is the plenary lecture by Nobel Laureate Professor Kurt Wüthrich entitled “From Basic Research in NMR to Use in Daily Human Life.”  The plenary lecture is scheduled at 4:30 pm on Monday, November 16

Thank you from the EAS President

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On behalf of the EAS Governing Board, I thank the attendees, exhibitors, presenters, instructors, sponsors, and volunteers of the 54th Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exposition.  From the feedback I’ve received, the 2015 EAS was well received.  The plenary lecture by Nobel Laureate Professor Kurt Wüthrich was inspiring and I was touched that Prof. Wüthrich stayed with us to take part in other EAS activities and events.  All presentations, from posters to invited oral sessions, were stimulating.  The enthusiasm and energy of participants

EAS Free Mobile App

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“EAS & Expo 2015” Mobile App! Free to ALL registered attendees and exhibitors Create and review your own schedule Search and find your favorite technical topics and speakers Easy access to all the abstracts Search the directory of all exhibitors Find a map of the Expo Hall Be sure to download our FREE Mobile App for the ultimate event experience!  It allows you to have critical show information right at your fingertips. Simply visit the App Store or Google Play

Registration Options

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Click here to register now! We recommend registering in advance to avoid lines.  On-line registration is available as well as a paper form that can be mailed or faxed in.  Click here to download a paper registration form. You can also register at the symposium at the Garden State Exhibit Center; the hours will be as follows: Sunday, November 15: 3:00pm – 5:00pm Monday, November 16: 8:00am – 4:45pm Tuesday, November 17: 8:00am – 4:00pm Wednesday, November 18: 8:00am –

Nobel Laureate Prof Kurt Wüthrich to give the 2015 Plenary Lecture

What an honor it will be to welcome a Nobel Laureate to EAS! Kurt Wüthrich was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002, shared with John Fenn and Koichi Tanaka, “for his development of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for determining the three-dimensional structure of biological macromolecules in solution”.  He conducted his work at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Zurich, Switzerland, and at The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, USA.  His biography on Nobelprize.org is well

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