This morning FTI lanuched it’s December 2011 Technical Newsletter. Many of you will be receiving it by email this morning, but for those of you who have not signed up for email delivery you can read it through the link above. As is customary for our last Newsletter of the calendar year, it’s the Year in Review where we try and highlight what we consider some of the more interesting advances in fluorous chemistry and biology over the last 12 months. This year we highlight the increased use of fluorous methods in enrichment of biological samples, its continued rising use in carbohydrate chemistry, and the development of alternative solid phases for fluorous separation. All of these items have been covered in F-Blog, so within the Newletter there are many links back to the original F-Blog post should you want to refresh your memory and get more details about the science presented.
In addition we are offering for a very limited time (good until Friday), a special on fluorous glass slides for immobilization and on bulk fluorous silica gel. Each of these products are being offered at around 15% off their listed price. They make great stocking stuffers!