Automated Approaches to GC/Q-TOF Analysis
Posted on October 20th, 2017
Earlier this month, we attended the Agilent GC/Q-TOF User Group Meeting at MIB in Manchester, which saw a great set of presentations really pushing the boundaries of what a GC/Q-TOF can do.
Whilst we were there, there was great interest in Dan Carrier’s talk about automating the sample preparation for the GC/Q-TOF and a fair few mentions of Anatune in other presentations.
This interest sparked a lot of discussion around the Anatune table and many entries for our LEGO competition. The winner was Kat Hollywood, who works for MIB, and actually helped organise the event (we promise this wasn’t fixed!!)
Don’t forget – you too can grab yourself a LEGO kit. All we ask for is either a referral to somebody who we can do business with, or if you book either a live demo or video demo and check out what we have to offer in our Applications Lab.
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