Five good reasons to attend my live Q&A chromatography webinar

Do you have a burning flash chromatography question that nobody seems to have the answer to? Have you stumbled onto a separation roadblock and are not sure whom to ask for help? Do you want to get some personalized tips on how to optimize your prep HPLC? Then I have just the thing in store for you. Read on and find out more.

October is a great time of the year. Pumpkins, sweaters, Halloween, chromatography webinars. Wait, what? Yes, you read that right. I am very excited to announce that in two weeks’ time, I will be hosting a webinar where I will be taking and answering your questions live in a one-hour special.

Regardless if you are a Bart’s Blog diehard fan or this is the very first post you have laid your eyes on, here are a few good reasons on why you should join the webinar:

1. I am the host – If you’ve been keeping up with the blog, you must be aware of how much I love discussing flash chromatography and prep HPLC. In case you haven’t had the chance to read the last 30 posts, well I am the Product Manager Purification at BUCHI with 35 years of experience in the chromatography field.

2. It is free – Two posts ago I gave you information on an advanced user training on chromatography, which will also take place end of October at the BUCHI Headquarters in Flawil, Switzerland. If you are busy then or it is difficult to get yourself over to us in person, then the webinar gives you a great chance to still get in contact with us and receive individual attention.

3. You can ask any question you want – This webinar is all about you and your own interests and challenges. It is a great chance to get personalized advice, rather than having to fish out what is relevant from a more general chromatography talk.

4. You can hear what is bothering your peers and how to solve it – It is a wise move to learn from the problems of others before the issues become your own. The webinar presents you with a great opportunity to see what is currently bothering your preparative chromatography colleagues and what suggestions I have for them to overcome any obstacles. Then you would be well prepared to resolve any issues should they become your own.

5. You can get a free recording – In case you can’t remember everything that is discussed, you will receive a free recording of the webinar that you could always refer to later. If one of your lab mates is not available to attend the webinar with you, you can also share the resource with them. Only if they buy you a cup of coffee first, of course.

I don’t know about you, but I’m really looking forward to engaging in a live interactive discussion with all of you. Writing on the blog is great, but it is a bit one-sided, so I do appreciate the chance to get to know you and see if I can be of any direct help to your flash chromatography runs.

So mark your calendars and join me on:

October 9th from 15:00 to 16:00 CEST and ask me any preparative chromatography question you can think of.

Till then,

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