Jet setting once again to the US of A! this time were in Boston, New England’s largest city – It is known as a hub for science, medicine, and innovation.

So, it is only fitting that we attend the 19th Annual PEGS (Protein Engineering & Cell Therapy Summit)

An early Saturday morning flight meant we were settled in Boston by late evening. Prior to arrival I had done some advanced research in the local points of interest, what I had missed in my planning was that this weekend was graduation weekend & the RedSox were in the playoffs. Needless to say trying to get anything to eat was proving to be an impossible task. But with the power of Apple Maps & local restaurants selected, we soon came upon a little place off the beaten track. The food and the service was outstanding, and the evening was saved. 

Sunday morning was an early start, as we set out to the venue with our distributor representative from PBI, Jim had graciously brought some equipment with him, and we displayed this on the stand.

By now we are Pro’s at setting up and the booth was up and ready to receive visitors in no time.

The next 4 days went by in a blur as we saw plenty of people from across the globe, and they were all interested in Constant Systems and the solutions that we can provide.

On the last day we had all the young scientists wonder through all the booths, and they were particularly interested as they had never considered Mechanical Lysis for their processes, we were pleased that we had equipment available to demonstrate the ease of use and the speed of our equipment.

(I particularly enjoyed meeting a Lama!)

But as always everything must come to an end, and so did this trip. The last parting gift was the jet lag – But I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.