We are proud to announce that we are now members of the Chromatography Forum of Delaware Valley.
The Chromatography Forum of Delaware Valley is one of the world’s first and most active discussion groups in Chromatography and Separation Science.
Since 1966, the CFDV has offered monthly meetings, short courses, symposia and awards in the Philadelphia area. This all-volunteer, non-profit group is made of people from the chemical industry, pharmaceutical companies great and small, food manufacturers, flavors, polymers, forensics, environmental, clinical, research institutes, instrument manufacturers, and universities both faculty and students.
On December 6, we were fortunate to hear from Dr. Wyatt Vreeland, a Research Chemical Engineer in the Macromolecular Structure and Function group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Dr. Vreeland spoke about Microfluidics, which has long been touted as a critical enabling technology for the next generation of chemical and biological analyses. In fact, microfluidics is a very active area of research with journals focusing on lab-on-a-chip technologies and their applications often garnering the highest impact factors in the analytical chemistry community’s archival literature.