Are you attending Pittcon 2020? Visit booth #3624 to chat with members of our team and leave a quick review of your favorite lab product to bag one of our popular limited-edition T-shirts.
There will be musical fun too, with our special guest — singer/songwriter Alexander Joseph — entertaining visitors with everything from Name that Tune to serenades and even duets on request.
Attracting more than 12,500 total attendees last year, the annual Pittcon Conference & Expo showcases the latest research and developments from leading scientists from around the world, as well as cutting-edge lab innovations and top tech to advance your work.
The 2020 event, running March 1-5 in Chicago, offers a vast array of opportunities to get hands-on with the latest instrumentation, hear from scientists at the forefront of their fields, participate in live demos and product seminars, talk with technical experts, and find solutions to all your lab challenges — and the SelectScience team will be there as always to cover all the best bits.
Be sure to stop by our booth #3624 and pick up one of our exclusive T-shirts by writing a quick lab product review, either before or during the show. We’ll give you a free T-shirt for every valid review submitted using the link below!
Musical fun & prizes
You will also have a chance to win prizes in our Name that Tune competition with musician Alexander Joseph, or why not make a request, ask for a duet or even ask for a serenade for your special someone.
Scientists on film
Two years on from the successful launch of The Scientists' Channel, we will also be filming interviews with scientists for the trailblazing video platform. Stop by the booth to meet the team and find out more about how The Scientists' Channel can help you.
Celebrating top technologies
At a special party at Pittcon this year, SelectScience will be announcing your chosen winners in the 2020 Scientists' Choice Awards® for General Lab, Separations and Spectroscopy as well as the latest Seals of Quality winners. Look out for further announcements, coming soon!
Keep an eye on our dedicated Pittcon 2020 feature page for exciting news from the event, including:
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