The symposium traditionally focuses on fundamental aspects of separations on the microscale or down to nanoscale. The scientific areas of the symposium covers the application of microscale separations for (bio)analytical measurements in life science research, (bio)pharmaceuticals development, forensics, toxicology, doping analyses, food safety and authenticity and keeping our environment clean and sustainable.
As one of the leading international conferences for bioseparation and bioanalysis, the International Symposium on MicroScale Bioseparations (MSB) is the premier platform for communication, presenting and debating innovative ideas and techniques for microscale sciences. This symposium aims to encourage scientific and technical exchange between academics, researchers and industrialists in the area of separation, analysis and detections.
On one hand, recent innovations and the state-of-the-art technologies have dramatically promoted the detection and measurement ability for microscale bioanalysis. On the other hand, it is still difficult to tackle specific problem for application. Therefore, the MSB symposium provides an ideal environment for researchers to discuss theoretical hypothesis and practical experiences covering theory, tools, technology and methodologies.
As a continuation of the previous HPCE conferences, - started in 1989, in Boston, - MSB 2014 is now organized by University of Pécs and the Hungarian Society of Separation Sciences, which will be held at the old, cultural city of Pécs, Hungary.
MSB 2014 is to bring together innovative academics and industrial professionals in the field of microscale bioseparations and analyses to a common forum.
All submissions will be peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research content, relevance to the conference, contributions and impact. In addition, the submitted articles should be original, unpublished research results, methodology or theoretical improvement.
We are looking forward to your participation and enjoy the technologies with us in 2014.
On behalf of the 30th MSB Organizing Committee
Ferenc Kilár, University of Pécs, Hungary
Attila Felinger, University of Pécs, Hungary
András Guttman, University of Pannonia, Hungary
Pécs welcomes you!
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