Kudos to the good people at ChemlabDMU in the UK for adding fun, creativity, Star Wars, and Thin Layer Chromatography together to create this video – you’ve hit all of our favorite things!
We wanted to give you a feel for Analitica Latin America – so here’s Steven Miles with Neyde Ishioka offering the Portuguese translation.
Queríamos dar-lhe uma sensação para Analitica Latin America – por isso aqui está Steven Miles, com Neyde Ishioka oferecendo a traduçãoPortuguês.
We want to take a moment to thank a couple of individuals who have made our trip to Brazil both possible and successful.
David Mathe is Deputy Director of the International Trade and Development Office
with the State of Delaware. David has worked with us for some time to prepare us for our first time attending Analitica Latin America. David’s insight, professionalism, and consistent willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty has made this a truly great experience for us.
Neyde Ishioka is a Business Development Consultant. She and her team have arranged meetings for us, prepared our itinerary, and helped with translating for us at Analitica.
We are truly grateful to David and Neyde for all they have done and we look forward to working with them in the future.
We had a pleasant surprise today when the President of Pittcon 2012, Jon Peace, stopped by our booth at Analitica Latin America – you never
know who you’re going to meet when you travel.
The introductions, meetings, and collaborations continue – we’re looking forward to what’s in store for us on Thursday!
Anyone who knows us knows that we are thrilled to be a part of some incredible communities and organizations – especially being part of the state of Delaware.
This trip to Sao Paulo is happening for us primarily because of the work done by
the Delaware Office of International Trade and Development (more on that in a future post) and involves a few other Delaware businesses.
The Delaware group enjoyed a great meal together Monday evening at an exquisite Brazilian Steak House.
Tuesday morning was spent meeting with more businesses in Sao Paulo, then it was show time at the Analitica Latin America Conference. The Delaware booth was buzzing with activity throughout the day.
We’re looking forward to an exciting Wednesday!
Our first day in Sao Paulo, Brazil was incredible.
After checking into our room, it was time for our first meeting.
Genese Produtos Farmaceuticos Diagnostico was founded in 1992 in Sao Paulo – the company works in partnership with international manufacturers for product distribution.
We met with Erica Welize Rodrigues and Monalisa Mattar, who gave us a great tour of the Genese operation and shared some of the company’s rich history with us.
Our next meeting was a few kilometers across town, where we met with Dalcadisio Correia and Rodrigo Fagundes Correia of DiagTech. Dalcadisio has been involved with the science industry for more than 40 years and started DiagTech in 1996.
Analitica Latin America starts Tuesday – we’re looking forward to meeting more great people and getting to know this area of Brazil better!
We are pretty excited to be part of the Analitica Show in Sao Paulo, Brazil!
In Preparation for the show, we’ve taken the liberty of updating a couple of our videos with subtitles in Brazilian Portuguese – check them out:
and we’ve got a couple of great documents to share:
Fifty Years – five decades – half a century – yep, we’ve been manufacturing Thin Layer Chromatography plates for a while!
September 14, 1961 – our company was founded in Matt Lamkin’s basement – today we’re producing thousands of plates a week and distributing them to more than 60 countries around the world!
Check it all out here:
The good people at IVC have created a comprehensive video on Thin Layer Chromatography featuring Professor Dr. John Davison.
We thought it would be helpful to share it here:
While at Pittcon 2011, we were fortunate enough to catch up with Landon Wiest and David Jensen, two Graduate Research Assistants at BYU who are doing some impressive work in chromatography.
Here’s Landon and David to explain: