Pittcon 2016 Announces Topics for Conferee Networking Sessions
Pittsburgh, PA – November 16, 2015 – The Pittcon Organizing Committee has recently released the topics for Conferee Networking during Pittcon 2016, which will be in Atlanta, Georgia, March 6-10, 2016. Conferee Networking sessions provide an informal venue for a small group of participants to openly discuss topics of mutual interest or solve problems specific to certain instrumentation or procedures.
This year, there will be 32 facilitated sessions during Conference week covering topics related to food science, specialty analysis, environmental science, water quality, materials science, biomedical, laboratory Information/data analysis, pharmaceutical science and more. These unique 90-minute networking opportunities begin on Sunday and run through Wednesday afternoon and are open to all registered conferees at no extra cost.
Below is a sample of several topics. Visit www.pittcon.org/conferee-networking to get the complete list and schedule.
- Discovering the Potentialities of Chemical Imaging in Pharmaceuticals, Environmental, Energy/Fuels, Nanotechnology, Biomedical/Biosensors, Food Science and Forensic
- Detection Techniques for Pesticides and Contaminants in Food and Pharmaceutical Raw Materials at Ultra Low Level Detection Levels
- Particle Size Analysis: Modern Challenges and Solutions
- Assuring Water Quality
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Proceeds from Pittcon fund science education and outreach at all levels, kindergarten through adult. Pittcon donates more than a million dollars a year to provide financial and administrative support for various science outreach activities including science equipment grants, research grants, scholarships and internships for students, awards to teachers and professors, and grants to public science centers, libraries and museums.