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Introducing Joe Perkins-Hall to the Anatune Team

Anatune is pleased to welcome Joe Perkins-Hall on board, as Account Manager for the North of England. Prior to joining…


South East Water – the route to validation for automated liquid-liquid extraction method for Organochloro Pesticides

We’re proud to announce a presentation from South East Water at our Watermation Workshop on the 27th and 28th November….


7250 GC/Q-TOF: The Quickest Way to Your Molecular Ion

This is Big News! When you are doing product characterisation, or looking for unknowns in your samples, would you like…


What We’re Looking Forward to at BMSS 39

Marvin Shaw’s Keynote Speech There’s been much talk about the possibilities and limitations of real-time volatile analysis in our industry…


Are you coming to BMSS 2018 in Cambridge?

BMSS 39 is fast approaching so it’s high time we started looking ahead to what’s going on. First and foremost…


Water Analysis – Changes are on the Way

This is an exciting time. The sensitivity of the mass specs has reached a turning-point where, in the analysis of…


Is Your Lab Ready for its Fifteen Minutes of FAMEs?

You probably know that the World Health Organisation recommends a low fat diet, limiting saturated fat intake and maintaining a…


Fuel of the Future? Is Your Hydrogen Pure Enough?

Earlier this year, Mark Perkins, one of our SIFT-MS specialists took our SIFT-MS to work with Thomas Bacquart and his…


How to do Amino Acid Analysis the Quick and Easy Way

Changes in food safety legislation mean that there is a need to reduce the asparagine content of potatoes and cereals…


The Golden Triangle and Why It Matters

Automated sample preparation will have a strong, positive impact upon the use of LC-MS and GC-MS in the life sciences….


Manual Liquid-Liquid Extraction – Time for a Change

Introduction If you still carry out liquid-liquid extraction manually, and are fed-up with the associated costs, mistakes and hazards, then…


The Analytical Chemistry of the Smell of Parkinson’s

Over the last few years, there has been lots of media coverage of a remarkable lady called Joy Milne, who…


If Beer Tastes of Vegetables, Does it Count as One of Your 5 a Day?

As we approach the Christmas festivities, many of you will be enjoying a festive tipple. Analysis of alcohol seems to…


Automated Sample Preparation: the missing hyphen to hypernation

HTC-15 is taking place on the 24th-26th January 2018 in Cardiff, Wales.  It’s a focused industry event which focuses on…


Pipette or Syringe: that is the question

Single-channel pipettes and syringes are common laboratory tools widely used for liquid handling purposes.  They both have pros and cons…


Volatile Biomarkers in Biomedical Research

Why are Volatile Biomarkers Important in Biomedical Research? The pattern of individual’s volatile metabolites (volatolome) can be used to understand…


Water Industry Achievement Awards 2017

The 11th Water Industry Achievement Awards are being held tonight in Birmingham. This events objective is to showcase and reward…


The Tipping Point

John Quick is Principal Scientist at ALS in Coventry, UK.  He has more than 25 years experience in the analysis…


Automated Analysis of Fire Debris Samples using MIDI Sherlock GC-MS

The Field Arson accounts for significant financial losses each year, as well as substantial loss of life. According to The…


Harmony in Gas Chromatography

Great gas chromatographers create elegant methods, in the same way that great composers create elegant music. In GC and in…


With Pinot Noir it’s all about the Nose

As an avid reader of The Economist, I was interested to come across this article concerning new technology being applied…


The Smell of Christmas

Apart from Christmas trees (real ones of course!), for most people, the arrival of Christmas is signalled by the smell…


Optimise Your Methods by Optimising Your Staff

It’s just over a year now, since I started working at Anatune as an Applications Chemist and Training Co-ordinator; what…


GC-MS Automation – The Pareto Principle

“80% of people know about the Pareto Principle, only 20% ever apply it.” The Pareto Principle (or 80:20 rule) is…


Automated Sample Prep Introduced to Pharmaceutical Conference

On 9th and 10th November 2015, Anatune visited the Chromatographic Society meeting on Analytical Challenges and Solutions for Difficult Pharmaceutical…


Introducing Richard Davis – Latest Addition to the Anatune Team

I am pleased to introduce you to Richard Davis, who has recently joined us as a GC-MS Applications Chemist. Richard…


Metabolomics – Automated Sample Preparation for GC-MS

Where GC-MS is used in metabolomics studies, sample preparation can be a major headache. Firstly there is the issue of…


GC Analysis with LC Prep

“We have been totally spoiled by the LC-triple quad. There’s no messing around with sample preparation and we can throw…


How to Build your Own GC-MS/Sample Preparation Application Library

One of the big things that we can offer our customers is ready access to the great work done in…


Now is the Time to Replace your Old High Resolution GC-MS

Now could be a great time to replace your old high resolution GC-MS with GC/Q-TOF. Here’s why… If you wander…


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