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2003 ILSC

2003 ILSC

Wyatt's 14th ILSC was held September 22 - 23, 2003 in Santa Barbara, CA.


Plenary Speakers

  • Dr. Steven Berkowitz, Biogen Corporation
    "Measuring the Aggregation of Biopharmaceuticals When SEC is Not Feasible, Using Light Scattering Coupled to Other Separation Techniques"

  • Professor Robert Grubbs, California Institute of Technology
    "Linear, Block and Cyclic Polymers by Olefin Metathesis"

  • Professor S.E. Harding, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
    "The 2nd Thermodynamic Virial Coefficient and the Size, Shape, Hydration, Self-association and Crystallisation of Proteins"

  • Professor Joseph Horwitz, University of California, Los Angeles
    "The Structure and Function of the Eye Lens Small Heat-Shock Protein: Alpha-Crystallin"

  • Professor Jimmy Mays, University of Tennessee
    "Solution Properties of Model Branched Polymers"

  • Professor Charles McCormick, University of Southern Mississippi
    "Precise Structural Control of Water-Soluble (Co)Polymers Utilizing RAFT Techniques"

  • Dr. Paul Ramage, Novartis, Switzerland
    "The Use of Field Flow Fractionation-coupled Light Scattering to Monitor Protein Refolding"

  • Professor Emeritus Walter Stockmayer, Dartmouth College
    "Landmarks in the History of Light Scattering in Multicomponent Systems"

 

   

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