Curiosity is one of the most interesting aspects of life. The desire to know or learn can give life meaning. It’s about the desire to grow and to better one’s self and in some cases humanity as a whole. Few places is that more on display than at Pittcon, the world’s largest conference and expo on the field of laboratory science.
The show covers a variety of topics including subjects like biomedical and electrochemistry. Its audience is made up of all laboratory scientists, and provides value to anyone who identifies, quantifies, analyzes or tests the chemical or biological properties of compounds or molecules, or who manages these laboratory scientists. While the convention was initially rooted in analytical chemistry and spectroscopy, Pittcon has now evolved to include life sciences, pharmaceutical discovery and QA, food safety, environmental, bioterrorism and other emerging markets.
Last year, one topic that was often discussed involved water. Several of the companies and researchers we spoke with had invested tremendous time on the subject. General Electric was working on a product that would allow them to do a better job of recycling surface water for human consumption. Another had been working to detect oil spills that occur off the mainland.
This year’s show is located at McCormick place in downtown Chicago from March 5th – 9th. If you’re attending, or considering to, reach out and let us know. We’ll be set up at booth 5245 and would love to hear from you. We’re currently scheduling live consultations with our validation and mapping experts as well as time with our product manager for discussing our DicksonOne platform. Send an email to email@example.com to learn more.