The year 2016 promises to be an exciting one for EAS. We’ll have some new features in the Program, Short Courses, and Expo while holding on to favorites from years past. More about what’s new will be shared over the next few months. One new thing that we can talk about right now is our 2016 theme: “Analytical Chemistry Opens Doors.” This theme grew out of my recognition that it’s been more than five years since I’ve been an analytical
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With over 120 contributed oral presentations and 180 poster presentations (based on 2013 data), EAS offers more opportunities to showcase your research than many conferences of its size and the chance to reach beyond your own field of analytical chemistry. We will be accepting abstracts until April 30th.
We’re all analytically bent here at EAS. And statistics play a big role in that. To that end, in 2011 the Governing Board began using an Exhibitor Survey that would allow some simple statistical analyses. We decided that we would use the same survey questions in ’12 and ’13 and now have some data to share. In summary, EAS, along with the national economy, seems to be headed in the right direction. 2013 saw the exhibitors rate the show higher