As the SelectScience® Virtual Analytical Summit 2021 rapidly approaches, we look forward to welcoming an outstanding lineup of world-class speakers, including some familiar faces. In this article, we've pulled together a comprehensive collection of exclusive The Scientists' Channel interviews from some of the experts joining us at this year's summit. The Virtual Analytical Summit will cover a diverse range of technologies, applications, and topics spanning the fields of food security, materials, life sciences, pharma, biopharma, and more, through expert talks, live Q&As, virtual resource hubs, and dedicated networking sessions – all completely free of charge. For a sneak peek at the expertise you can expect at this year's summit, take a look at the video interviews below.
Professor of Food Safety and founder of the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen's University Belfast, Prof. Chris Elliott will join us as a keynote speaker at this year's summit, where he will discuss how to uncover the causes of major food safety incidents by the application of analytical chemistry. Explore Elliott's previous work in his interviews on The Scientists' Channel >>
Our second keynote speaker, Dr. John Kellie, will demonstrate a multi-tier mass spectrometry platform for the in vivo monitoring of bispecific antibodies. To find out more about how Kellie uses high-resolution mass spec for the quantitation of whole molecule biopharmaceutical candidates in this exclusive interview >>
Founder and Director of Anthias Consulting, Dr. Diane Turner is once again joining us for the Virtual Analytical Summit to explain how to choose an automated sample prep technique to match your specific analytes and matrices. Watch her exclusive interview with The Scientists' Channel to explore the latest advances and integrated technology revolutionizing gas chromatography.
Join Prof. John McLean, Stevenson Professor of Chemistry at Vanderbilt University and returning speaker at the Virtual Analytical Summit, to learn more about high-dimensional molecular phenomics. Find out more about the exciting technological advancements and ever-growing potential of mass spectrometry in McLean's collection of video interviews with The Scientists' Channel >>
From the Macromolecules Innovation Institute at Virginia Tech University, Prof. Tim Long will be joining us as a speaker at the summit to discuss how dynamic mechanical analysis and rheological measurements are accelerating the discovery of next-generation polymers. Hear Long discuss his work with next-generation polymers in further detail in this exclusive interview >>
Join Dr. Mimi Roy, Senior Director of Analytical Chemistry at BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc., at this year's summit to explore the strategic processes and analytical developments for AAV gene therapy. Plus, watch her exclusive interview with The Scientists' Channel to find out how mass spectrometry is accelerating rare disease research.