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Awards | EAS Awards

2022 EAS Young Investigator Award

Since 2019, Simone Sidoli is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biochemistry of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Scientific Director of the Einstein Proteomics Core. His group develops and utilizes biochemical methods mostly based on mass spectrometry (MS) to time-resolve changes in the state, dynamics, and macromolecular interactions of chromatin during aging,…

Expo News | Featured Posts

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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EAS Encore! Remote Access Registration Now Available!

Thank you to all our speakers for a very successful EAS! If you were not able to come to EAS in person, we are now offering a remote access option. Our 2021 Technical Program has been recorded and will be available for On Demand viewing from December 1 thru December 31, 2021. Don’t miss any of the great science…

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EAS Free Mobile App

“EAS & Expo” Mobile App! Free to ALL registered attendees and exhibitors Create and review your own schedule Search and find your favorite technical topics and speakers Easy access to all the abstracts Search the directory of all exhibitors Find a map of the Expo Hall Be sure to download our FREE Mobile App for…

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Latest News from Mars

Meet the Scientists behind the Science on Mars: https://spectroscopyonmars.com/ August 18: Google photos from Mars? : https://www.cnet.com/news/if-nasas-perseverance-mars-rover-used-google-photos-it-would-look-like-this/ July 25: A look inside of Mars: https://www.wired.com/story/scientists-just-looked-inside-mars-heres-what-they-found/amp July 20: Beginning the hunt for life on Mars https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/signs-of-life-on-mars-nasas-perseverance-rover-begins-the-hunt June 8: Spacesuit Materials on Perseverance’s SHERLOC Calibration Target – NASA’s InSight Mars Lander https://mars.nasa.gov/resources/25152/spacesuit-materials-on-perseverances-sherloc-calibration-target/?site=insight May 25: NASA Finds Remnants…

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Contributed Speaker Guidelines

Contributed Speaker Guidelines for the In-Person Eastern Analytical Symposium EAS will be in-person this November.  The following Guidelines have been prepared based upon the experiences of prior EAS meetings. Please pay close attention to the details below to ensure a successful presentation of your work, and a more enjoyable experience for you and your audience….

Poster | Symposium

E-Poster Presenter Guidelines

E-Poster Presentation Guidelines for the Eastern Analytical Symposium The following Guidelines have been prepared based upon the experiences of prior EAS meetings. Please pay close attention to the details below to ensure a successful presentation of your work, and a more enjoyable experience for you and your audience.  Please be sure to review EAS’s Covid-19…

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Special Lectures Abstracts

MONDAY: KEYNOTE LECTURE Exploring Mars with Curiosity and Perseverance Dr. Roger Wiens, Los Alamos National Laboratory NASA is currently operating two 1-ton rovers on the red planet: Curiosity and Perseverance. Curiosity is a mobile laboratory equipped with a remote LIBS instrument (ChemCam), x-ray fluorescence (APXS), x-ray diffraction (CheMin), and an organic lab with GCMS (SAM)….

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EAS COVID-19 Policy 2021

As the 2021 Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exhibition draws steadily closer, we are keeping the safety, health and well-being of our attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and instructors at the forefront as we plan for one of the first in-person analytical chemistry symposia of the year. We are pleased to share our requirements and guidelines for all…