The full program for the UV + EB Packaging Conference this October has been announced. The event is on Tuesday, October 24, at the Double Tree by Hilton hotel, close to Philadelphia Airport. The program now includes a special session organized by the Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA). Other sessions will be: Printing Inks for Food Contact Materials at Nestlé (Amaury Patin, Nestlé Research Center); New Regulatory Reforms: From Broad Strokes to Small Details (Eric F. Greenberg, Eric F. Greenberg, P.C.); Are You Being Told the Truth About Food Packaging Compliant Ink? (Julie Cross, Domino Printing); UV LED Low Migration Laminating Adhesives for Flexible Packaging (Jennifer Heathcote, Phoseon, Catherine Heckman, Ashland, Jake Staples, Ashland); EB Inks for Food Flexible Packaging (Im Rangwalla, ESI); Water-based Energy Curable Compositions for Graphics Applications, Including Food Packaging and Inkjet Inks (Jo Ann Arceneaux, Allnex USA, Inc.); UV Ink jet Inks for Packaging (Tom Molamphy, AGFA); EB Inkjet Case Study (Karl Swanson, ebeam Technologies); Regulatory Panel Discussion (Amaury Patin, Nestle, Eric F. Greenberg, Dr. Greg Pace, Sun Chemical, and more); Low Migration Panel Discussion (Julie Cross, Domino, Jim Bishop, Sun Chemical, Eric F. Greenberg, and more). The program for the FSEA Conference Track: Cold Foil Technology – UV Cured Adhesives and Foils (Mike King, Eagle Systems, Inc.); Analysis of Specialty UV Coatings for Packaging and Printing (Helen Rallis, Sun Chemical Corp.); Applications For LED UV Curing for Off-line and In-line UV Coatings (Jennifer Heathcote, Phoseon Technology); Impact of High Visibility Enhancements On Shelf Presence [Foils and Coatings] (Jeff Peterson, Foil & Specialty Effects Association). The RadTech Fall Member Meeting will be held the day after the Conference, on October 25.