February 28, 2015
Extracts from Laboratory Equipment:
Ahead of Pittcon 2015 in New Orleans, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Taylor spoke with experts from exhibiting companies to get their take on what to expect at both this year’s Pittcon as well as future Pittcons.
What technologies and trends do you expect to see at Pittcon 2015?
“I believe that the world of analytical (and medical) science is on a journey from analysis in the laboratory to measurement at the point of sample - and I hope that this year’s Pittcon will reflect that trend.” - Stephen Tomisich, Director and CEO, Trajan Scientific and Medical
What technologies and trends do you expect to see beyond 2015?
“Looking ahead, I expect to see more companies presenting portable instruments and the easy-to-use computing and consumable formats that this analytical shift demands.” - Stephen Tomisich, Director and CEO, Trajan Scientific and Medical
Taylor also asked our Q&A interview subjects to sum up the future of the lab industry in a few words.
Here's what they said:
“Powerful, affordable, portable analysis” - Stephen Tomisich
Read the full article at the Laboratory Equipment website.
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