December 2001
Vol. 31, No. 12, p 61.

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COMBI 2002—Combinatorial Approaches for New Materials Discovery

January 23–25, 2002, Four Points Sheraton Hotel, San Diego, CA

Now in their fourth year, the COMBI conferences meet the demands of industry, government, and academia by addressing numerous technology transfer issues that are essential to the marketplace. COMBI 2002 will examine the latest developments in

  • Combinatorial and high-throughput methods
  • Experimental design for parallel libraries and high-throughput screening
  • Synthesis and discovery of new materials
  • Multivariant measurements
  • Methodology, instrumentation, and tools for combichem
  • High-throughput experimentation informatics and data processing

There will be a featured panel discussion on making combichem the same efficient instrument in materials science that it is in drug discovery.

On January 23, there will be a preconference workshop, “Combi and High-Throughput Synthesis: Technology Transfer, Market Challenges, and Investment Prospects”.

View the full agenda at For additional information, contact The Knowledge Foundation Inc., 18 Webster St., Brookline, MA 02446; 617-232-7400; fax 617-232-9171;

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