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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…


Invite to the Launch of the new Agilent GC/Q-TOF 7250

Anatune would like to invite you to the launch of the new Agilent GC/Q-TOF 7250. The launch will take place…


3rd Guest Speaker Confirmed for our Life Science’s Workshop

Dr Hannah Florance is the Metabolomics Specialist and Mass Spectrometrist at the University of Edinburgh.  Hannah has kindly agreed to…


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…


Anatune Applications Achievements in 2017

We have great things coming your way in 2018, that have come out of the work done in 2017. So…


A Great Opportunity to Own an Agilent 7200 GC/Q-TOF

Agilent have launched a new GC/Q-TOF, (the Agilent 7250) and we look forward to the delivery of our instrument in…


Automated Approaches to GC/Q-TOF Analysis

Earlier this month, we attended the Agilent GC/Q-TOF User Group Meeting at MIB in Manchester, which saw a great set…


GC/Q-TOF UK User Forum

Agilent Technologies is delighted to announce their 2017 UK GC/Q-TOF User Forum, which is being held on the 5th and…


Residual Solvents in Polymers using MPS-GC/Q-TOF

A Guest Blog Post Polymers are some of the most versatile materials in existence and are used in all aspects…


High Resolution Accurate Mass GC-MS for Food Contact Studies

It is important that packaging doesn’t contaminate the food it contains. Agilent have published an interesting video on YouTube that…


A Lab on a Rail

Recently I have been working on the automation of several workflows for metabolomics applications.  As it usually happens in busy…


Agilent 7200 GC/Q-TOF Interest Group Meeting

The date of this one day meeting is Wednesday 7th September 2016, and is being hosted by the National Centre…


The Fiehn Protocol in Metabolomics

The Early History of Metabolomics Back in 1997, reliable, modern LC-MS systems were science fiction: ion traps were the only…


2016 GC/Q-TOF Interest Group Meeting

The date for this years’ GC/Q-TOF Interest Group Meeting has been set for Wednesday 7th September, and will be hosted…


High Resolution Accurate Mass GC-MS – Try Before you Buy

Having use of a high resolution, accurate mass GC-MS, such as the MultiFlex GC/Q-TOF offers a much greater ability to…


Grevy or Burchell’s Zebra?

For those that read our blog post this week, the Horse vs Zebra tail now has an extra dimension. Following…


Do You See a Horse or a Zebra’s Shadow?

Things aren’t always what they seem! Last month in the lab, we have been working on taint application that has…


Processing GC-MS Data using Multivariate Analysis

The high resolution, accurate GC/Q-TOF will generate a vast amount of data about the samples you run. The challenge is…


What’s that smell? – A tale of 2 dimensions

  The human nose can be the most sensitive detector, but the art of picking out individual odours from a…


Agilent Organic Mass Spectrometry Environmental & Food Analysis Meeting

Agilent Technologies are pleased to invite you to a seminar focused on latest developments in Organic Mass Spectrometry in Environmental…


New Developments in Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry – Review

This meeting was organised by the Institute of Mass Spectrometry and hosted by the College of Medicine, Swansea University. In all, excluding…


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…


Automated Sample Preparation and GC/Q-TOF for Metabolomics

As the bookings come in for our Metabolomics Workshop in early November we have been working on automating a number…


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