On the 20th September 218 Dr Lloyd Snyder passed awayat the age of 87. He was a true giant in the field of separation science and will be greatly missed.Dr Snyder received The Chromatographic Society Martin Medal in 1986 for his numerous pioneering contributions to separation science. Snyder was born in 1931 and was a
Martin Medal The Martin Medal was established in 1978. As the Society's prestigious scientific award, it is to be given to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of separation science. Jubilee Medal The Chromatographic Society established The Jubilee Medal during their 25th anniversary year 1982, it is awarded to up-and-coming separation scientists.
If you are a chromatography professional and are interested in moderating one of our new forums please get in touch.
A big thank you to Crouch End Media for developing the new Chromsoc website. It is responsive which means that it’s easier to view on mobile devices and tablets. Our forums, blog and events calendar are new additions to the website so we hope you like them. We welcome your feedback so please let
The Scientific Achievements of Prof. Michael Cooke Michael Cooke has made a very significant contribution to the scientific literature and to the applications of analytical chemistry to problems of environmental pollution, structural elucidation of metal complexes and determination of various pharmaceutical compounds in biological fluids. Prof Cooke has been a pioneering innovator in gas and
As part of our 60th year celebrations our President Dr Paul Ferguson discusses the Past, Present and Future of The Chromatographic Society and Seperation Science with LCGC. The Column: May 2016 | Volume 12 Issue 9