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Message from the 2022 EAS President

February here on Long Island has offered up 2 feet of snow followed by 60 degree temperatures followed by arctic blasts of wind.  It’s been an eclectic mix, and I’m looking forward to whatever March brings.  I’m also looking forward to an increasing return to normalcy as we put the pandemic years behind us.  I…

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Exposition Applications

EAS is currently accepting applications for booth and tabletop exhibits for the 2022 Symposium at the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center in Plainsboro, N,J on November 14-16th. If you are interested in exhibiting, please complete the booth application.  Prime booth and tabletop locations are still available.  Rental pricing for a booth (8×10) is $3,150 and…

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Special Lectures

We are excited to announce our special lectures!  Our keynote speaker, Dr. Roger Wiens, Los Alamos National Laboratory, has agreed to speak on Mars Rover Perseverance Chemical Imaging with SUPERCAM Prob.  Click here to read more about Dr. Wiens’ work on the Mars Rover.  EAS will also offer a Breakfast Lecture on Microplastics and a…

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Preliminary Program

The 2021 Preliminary Program is now available. Check out what is happening at the in-person symposium & exposition taking place November 15-17, at the Crowne Plaza Conference Center in Plainsboro, NJ! We have a great line up of technical sessions, short courses, special lectures, workshops and student seminars. The list of exhibitors continues to grow as well as the fun activities!

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EAS 2021

Welcome to EAS 2021!! Please join us this November as we celebrate the 60th Jubilee Anniversary of EAS! The theme for this year is “Curiosity, Chemistry, and Perseverance”, a tribute to the science of both the Curiosity and Perseverance Mars Rovers, and reflective of the human desire for truth and knowledge through science, despite recent…

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30 years ago – the Human Genome Project

Thirty years ago, on October 1st 1990, the Human Genome Project (HGP) was officially launched.  This project, conducted jointly by teams of American, European and Asian scientists, was one of the most ambitious enterprises ever envisioned to sequence and map out all the genes of members of our own species. It took almost 13 years to completely…