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EAS Summer School! Registration is Open

“Introduction to LC” virtual short course to be offered in July Come ‘test the waters” and expand your knowledge of Liquid Chromatography (LC)! Taught by Merlin Bicking, ACCTA, Inc., this course offers sufficient theoretical and practical background to perform independent work in liquid chromatography. The emphasis is on the practice of LC. Lectures encompass all…

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2022 Special Lectures

We are excited to announce our special lectures!  We invite all registered attendees and exhibitors to join us. Each lecture will have a live Q&A segment at the end of the presentation. Join us to hear these experts: Keynote Speaker Monday, November 14 Dr. Raychelle Burks Analytical Chemist, Forensic Scientist &Science CommunicatorAmerican UniversityClick here for…

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Call for Poster Papers!

The EAS Program Committee is actively seeking papers that provide knowledge on fundamental analytical techniques and associated techniques. In addition, the committee is seeking to add new, vibrant topics such as elemental analysis, visual and chemical imaging. We invite you to be part of the 61st EAS this November 14-16 at the Crowne Plaza Conference…

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EAS April Retort

The EAS April Retort is now available!  Check out the list of short courses, invited & Award sessions, exhibitors and other programs being planned for this November.  We invite you to join us for our in-person Symposium & Exposition Nov. 14-16, 2022 at the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center in Plainsboro, NJ. Click here to download the Retort

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Plenary Lecture

Professor Angela BelcherMaterials Chemist & Biological EngineerMassachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Angela Belcher is the James Mason Crafts Professor of Biological Engineering, Materials Science and the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Medicine at MIT and the head of the Department of Biological Engineering at MIT. She is a biological and materials engineer with expertise in…

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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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2022 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry

Richard M. Crooks received a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1981.  During his undergraduate studies he was a member of Prof. Larry Faulkner’s research group and studied adsorption of organic molecules onto mercury electrodes.  His doctoral studies with Prof. Allen J. Bard at The University of Texas in…

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2022 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Magnetic Resonance

Professor Philip J. Grandinetti was born and grew up in Clarksburg, WV. He received his B.S in chemistry in 1982 and M.S. in physical chemistry in 1984 at West Virginia University. At WVU, he worked on electron paramagnetic resonance studies of phase transitions in ferro- and anti-ferroelectric materials under Professor Nar S. Dalal. He moved…

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2022 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Vibrational Spectroscopy

Dr. Richard Crocombe graduated from Oxford University (BA, MA, chemistry) and the University of Southampton (PhD, chemistry & spectroscopy) in the UK.  His thesis work involved classical infrared and Raman studies of small inorganic molecules, including matrix-isolation and isotopic substitution. He moved to the US, initially for a postdoctoral fellowship, working on early applications of…