Aurora is excited to announce the launch of their newest atomic absorption spectrometer, the TRACE 1800 AAS at Pittcon 2014. This flexible instrument comes in a variety of configurations for analysis by flame, graphite furnace, and vapor hydride generation offering great improvements to laboratory workflows in the life and environmental sciences.
For this year’s annual Ion Channel Retreat, Aurora is excited to announce the inclusion of a special program on transporters, pumps and exchangers. With submissions from leading membrane transport researchers already coming in, this year’s event will prove to be an exciting meeting, offering attendees a chance to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and establish partnerships.
OK all you crazy ion channel aficionados, we have some exciting news for you: the deadline to submit abstracts for posters and oral presentations for the 12th annual Ion Channel Retreat has been extended. The response to our call for abstracts was so good we wanted to keep applications open a little bit longer to make sure that no one misses out.