Do not miss out! See all the events below!
Pine Research plans to be exceptionally busy with activities this year at the 229th ECS Meeting in San Diego, CA. We look forward to interacting with our customers, friends, and colleagues during several exciting events. Make sure to participate in as many as possible.
Hydrodynamic Electrochemistry Using Rotating Electrodes – an ECS Short Course
New for the 229th ECS Meeting is a short course prepared and instructed by our own Dr. Li Sun. Make sure to register early to secure a position in the course.
Visit us at Booth #416
As always, several of our staff will be looking forward to interacting with you at the Exhibit. There is always some fun stuff happening at the Pine Research booth. This year, there are rumblings of t-shirts, Dr. Reducks rubber ducks, and special edition ECS Scientific Trading Cards (available only from Pine Research Instrumentation). Make sure you find out all the details by stopping by the booth.
Attend L02: Electrocatalysis Symposium (sponsored by Pine Research)
Pine Research is honored to support the electrocatalysis symposium, especially since this year is the semicentennial (50th anniversary) of John Albery’s seminal series on the RRDE, a technique often employed in electrocatalysis.
RRDE Semicentennial Celebration Reception
Engage with members of Pine Research Instrumentation to learn about RRDE history including information on the foundational researchers and developers of the technique, instrumentation, and applications. Come and enjoy refreshments while reflecting and celebrating the rich history of RRDE, a technique and instrument still popular in modern research. More information…
Dr. Reducks and the Chemists: 50 States Tour
Dr. Reducks and the Chemists will be visiting all fifty states in the USA this year. He will be reaching out to the electrochemically-minded folks across the country to check in on their research, how Pine Research products are working for them, and help with any electrochemical needs labs may have. Rumor has it some of their tour t-shirts have made their way to the Pine Research ECS Booth. More information…
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