San Francisco, CA. If you are in the Northern California Bay area then this might be of interest. We are exhibiting at the AAPS National Biotech meeting next week, and complimentary registrations are available for the exhibit at no cost to you.
Visit us at booth #412 in the San Francisco Marriott Marquis – Yerba Buena Ballroom and talk with a Malvern expert to find out more about:
- Ultimate sensitivity in advanced chromatography detection, brand new OMNISEC
- Combining the easiest-to-use SEC-MALS with Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)
- Finding structural information with Raman and the new Zetasizer Helix
- Optimizing formulation parameters with A2 and Kd in automated 96/384 well plate system [DLS & SLS]
Malvern @Booth #412
Our exhibit space is #412. The exhibit takes place at the Yerba Buena Ballroom of the Marriott Marquis San Francisco, 780 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103 . The closest BART station is Powell Street.
The exhibit is taking place on only two days and show hours are:
- Monday 08-June-2015 from 10:00 am – 6:30pm ( incl. exhibit hall reception @4:30pm)
- Tuesday 09-June2-015 from 10:00am – 4:30pm
How to get the free exhibit pass?
In order to take advantage of this offer pre-register with Promo Code 223058. During registration select the day you can come, and you will receive an email confirmation. To collect your complimentary VIP exhibit hall pass, just use your name at the AAPS registration desk at the National Biotech Conference and a badge will be printed for you.
What’s there for me?
You have the opportunity to connect with Malvern scientists from our BioScience Development Initiative, and to check out the Zetasizer & Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, GPC/SEC, and MicroCal . It’s the perfect time to discuss your current applications and find out about our latest developments that might be of interest to your research. We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco.
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