EAP2011
The Kettering Park Hotel and Spa, Kettering
6th - 8th May 2011

Analytical Sciences - Divide and Conquer

A unique conference providing excellent networking and CPD opportunities for early analytical career professionals. The general interest theme of this year's conference is Analytical Chemistry in Archaeological Sciences. Other specialist sessions will included Separation Sciences, Knowledge from Data, and Careers - Life beyond the bench.

Early Bird rate valid until the 31st of March is 240. There are also some great group rates available so if you are interested please email EAP@mmsconferencing.com

Date: 6th - 8th May 2011
Location: The Kettering Park Hotel and Spa, Kettering
Application and Fees: Rate is 270.
For Further Information: Please contact Michele Sahrle.

Friday 6th May 2011
16:00 REGISTRATION OPENS
18:30 DRINKS RECEPTION
19:30 INFORMATION AND WELCOME
19:45 Evening Buffet Meal and Mixer Event
Saturday 7th May 2011
09:00 Session A
09:00 Introduction
09:15 "Chemical Keys To Unlock Archaeology's Hidden Archive"
Brendan Keely, University of York
10:00 "Identifying Chemicals In Water And Wastewater Causing Estrogenic Effects: The Power Of Chromatography"
John Zhou, London South Bank University
10:30 Bright Sparks Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
Bristol-Myers Squibb
10:50 "Poster Pitch"
presentations Chair - Clare Rowlinson-Malone
11:00 COFFEE
11:20 Session B - Session Chair - Gemma Ellison
11:20 "Analysis Of Iron Age Glass Beads From The North-East Of Scotland"
Eva Krupp, University Of Aberdeen
11:50 "Back to Basics - Process analytical technology: Application of NIR in tablet process development"
Wayne Sinclair, Bristol-Myers Squibb
12:10 Forensic Science - the How and the What
Stephen Burrows, Forensic Knowledge Partnership
12:25 Bright Sparks - "Surprise!" says the drug
Rachna Mirchandani, Quotient Bioresearch
12:45 "Poster Pitch"
presentations Chair - Clare Rawlinson-Malone
13:05 LUNCH AND POSTER SESSION
14:00 "CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION C, PART I Achieving Cchem"
Katie Dryden-Holt, RSC
"Looking For The Needle In The Haystack With GC & GC-MS"
Stuart Pattinson, Anthias Consulting Ltd
"1H NMR WTF? (Without The Fear): Introduction to 1H spectra"
Simon Watson, GSK
"Careers Mini-Symposium - Supported by British Mass Spectrometry Society"
Susan Crosland Syngenta, David Jones VRS UK and Brendan Keely University of York
15:10 COFFEE
15:30 "CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION C PART II"
Katie Dryden-Holt, RSC
16:30 SESSION D - Session Chair - Paul Russell
16:30 "Understanding Ancient Parchments: How Analytical Chemistry Is Used In Heritage Science"
Lee Gonzalez, Cardiff University
17:00 Session Ends Followed by Free Time
19:30 DRINKS RECEPTION
20:15 DINNER FOLLOWED BY FANCY DRESS DISCO WITH "FAMOUS FIGURES FROM HISTORY" THEME
Sunday 8th May 2011
09:45 Session E - Session Chair - Adam Clarke
09:30 "Back To Basics - Chemical Images: Adding Chemical Information To Visual Observations"
Don Clark, Pfizer
09:50 "Analysis Of Methylamphetamine And Precursors Using Chiral Gas Chromatography"
Calum Morrison, University Of West Scotland
10:20 "Bright Sparks - Morphine - Use or Abuse?!"
Rachel Jones, Quotient Bioresearch
10:40 "The Titanic Experience - Fragrances From A Bygone Age"
Neil Owen, Givaudan UK
11:05 COFFEE BREAK
11:20 Session F - Session Chair - Susanna Fenwick
11:20 "The Analysis Of Flavours In Confectionery"
Angela Ryan, Nestle
11:50 "Back To Basics - HPLC: Highlighting Problems, Learning Causes"
Robert King, Select Pharma Laboratories
12:20 Bright Sparks - Investigation of the internal structure of Iron Age Scottish glass beads via 3D micro computer tomography with Synchrotron light for the identification of the method of production
Martina Bertini, University of Aberdeen
12:40 Poster summary presentations
12:50 LUNCH
13:50 Session G - Session Chair - Amanda O'Donnell
13:50 Conservation of books on an industrial scale: how chemometric analysis of volatiles can help
Richard Brereton, University Of Bristol
14:20 Powder X-Ray Diffraction - No Longer The "Poor Relation"
Kenneth Shankland,University Of Reading
14:40 "Back To Basics UPLC"
John Nightingale, AstraZeneca
15:00 COFFEE BREAK
15:10 Session H - Session Chair - Tom Hardy
15:10 Biological Minerals: An Analytical Perspective For Forensic Science And Archaeology
Sophie Beckett, Cranfield Forensic Institute
15:55 Closing remarks and prize presentations