Having read “The Development Factory”, I could not miss Gary Pisano’s conference on his newly published book “Producing Prosperity”.
My colleagues and are hosting a free Chemical and Crystallization R&D Event at the Westin O’Hare Hotel on Thursday, May 23. The event is aimed towards scientists and researchers working in chemical and crystallization R&D and scale-up. We have six excellent speakers from industry and academia presenting at this event: Continue reading
On May 14, my colleagues and I will host an Information Sharing Event at the Marriott Hotel at Research Triangle Park. This is a free event intended for scientists interested in learning about applications for chemical process development. We have six speakers from industry and academia for this event: Continue reading
I’m really looking forward to the Continuous Flow Chemistry and Crystallization Development Symposium that will take place in New Brunswick, NJ on September 26. Two colleagues will present new crystallization research that I think will be of interest to the local scientific community. Continue reading
As 2010 comes to a close, I am taking one more opportunity to review the role that real-time in situ FTIR has played in advancing chemical research in academia on November 17. This online seminar is the sixth installment in the series: Recent Advances in Organic Chemistry Research in Academia Through the Use of Real-time In Situ FTIR. In preparing for this webinar, I have come realize how pervasive the use of in situ mid-IR is across a wide range of chemistry disciplines. For convenience sake, I focused only on the American Chemical Society (ACS) Journals research articles.