Spectroscopy Begins Offering New Web Seminars


Press Release Announing the Addition of the New Spectroscopy Web Seminars

Spectroscopy Begins Offering New Web Seminars to Expand the Online Education Opportunities to Spectroscopists

For Immediate Release

Duluth, MN – January 8, 2007  -Spectroscopy is pleased to introduce a new series of informative, interactive, and cost-effective web seminars designed to expand the online learning opportunities of today’s spectroscopists. Spectroscopy’s web seminars deliver conference-quality content and industry-leading speakers directly to the desktops of participants worldwide. These seminars utilize high-end web conferencing technology that allows audio and video content to be delivered via the Internet. This platform facilitates interaction between presenters and speakers in real time much like that experienced at a live conference. A live Q & A session, surveys, and interactive polling are all part of the experience. Registrants for these pay to attend events receive PDF copies of the presentation slides, transcripts, and a CD Flash Replay after the live session.  

Science Group Publisher Michael J. Tessalone is enthusiastic about this new platform. “To keep up with the ever-increasing demands of the laboratory, industry professionals must receive information faster than ever before, and they must receive it from an unbiased technical and application-oriented information source. LCGC, Spectroscopy, and BioPharm International, the leading and most trusted publications in the industry, have developed web seminars that will provide this information in an easy, inexpensive, and technologically advanced format,” said Tessalone.

Spectroscopy’s Editor and Chief David Walsh shared his thoughts as well, “In this information age, the web seminar has become a critical media venue to facilitate the spread of scientific information. With conferences becoming less popular and the cost of travel becoming prohibitive, web seminars provide an easy way to interact with the scientific community live from the comfort of the office, conference room, or even from home.”

In addition to the live Web Seminars participants may also opt to view previous seminars as downloadable on demand events readily accessible at any time to fit their busy schedules.

Upcoming Spectroscopy web seminar topics include Pharmaceutical Applications of NIR Chemical Imaging, and Pharmaceutical Raw Material Identification with NIR. For more information on how to access these live events please visit www.spectroscopymag.com/webseminars or call 1-800-234-4535 (US).



Jessica L. AdamsWeb Seminar ManagerLife Sciences GroupAdvanstar Communications, Inc.(440) 891-2698 office