The SelectScience Editors are pleased to announce a complimentary, live educational webinar entitled “Do You Know What's in Your Laboratory Water?” featuring guest speaker Estelle Riche, Ph.D.
This presentation will review the main classes of contaminants in tap water and the different purification techniques that are used to produce laboratory grade water. You will also learn how your analytical results are directly affected by the contaminants present in your lab water.
Dr. Estelle Riche is a Senior Scientist in the Application and Training group of the Lab Water business field of Merck Millipore, in St Quentin en Yvelines, France. Prior to joining the company six years ago, she was a Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for four years. She holds an Engineer degree in Chemistry from ESCOM in France, and a PhD degree in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina.
Kerry Parker, Editor at SelectScience, will be leading a Q&A with Dr. Riche following the webinar.
Date: Thursday, September 20th, 2012
Time: 10.00am EST / 15.00pm BST / 16.00pm CEST
Check the time of the webinar in your country here.
Duration: 45 minute discussion and 15 minute live Q&A, hosted by Kerry Parker, Editor, SelectScience.
Learn more about this educational webinar here.
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