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New Speakers Added to RamanFest International Conference

Spectroscopy

RamanFest, an international event held by Horiba Scientific (Edison, NJ) in conjunction with Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts) has added Professor Mildred Dresselhaus, of MIT (Cambridge, Massachusetts) to its growing list of world-renowned speakers.

This year’s event will be held in Boston, Massachusetts, on Thursday, June 12, and Friday, June 13, at the Pfizer auditorium. Professor Sunney Xie and Dr. Dan Fu, both of Harvard University, and Dr. Andrew Whitley, of Horiba Scientific, will be on hand to kick off the event.

The latest list of speakers includes Fran Adar of Horiba Scientific, Neil Everall of Intertek-MSG, and Michael W. George of the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, among many others. Discussion topics will include the analysis of proteins and biomolecules, biomedical applications, in vivo molecular analysis, pharmaceutical applications, and applications for diagnostics and forensics.

Registered guests are invited to submit abstracts for poster presentations during the two-day event. For more information, please visit RamanFest 2014

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