Scientists have long relied on the 96-well microplate for analyzing samples of blood, DNA and other substances. An entire industry has developed around these plates’ usefulness. And scientists have relied on them for years in diagnostics and other applications, but that could change with a new approach that uses evaporating droplets suspended on tiny pillars.
Please join us in San Diego March 14-16, 2016, for the 251st ACS National Meeting where ground-breaking science will be presented in honor of the meeting’s theme, "Computers in Chemistry." You can also watch our series of press conferences online, through our ACS Live stream on our YouTube channel. We hope to see you there! ALSO - Please be sure to check out our videos from our previous meeting in Boston at: http://bit.ly/ACSLiveBoston.
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Perspectives in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters present state-of-the-art research on new and emerging areas from leading researchers in the field. Perspective authors have created more than 30 videos to complement their published research. The videos include animations and demonstrations both inside and outside of the lab.