Let’s Get Empowered. In the last tip-of-the-week blog series for Empower Software, we explored the QuickStart Interface. Over the next few weeks, we are going to review how to sort and find data within Browse Project.… Read more >
With access to multiple mass spectrometry systems of varying degrees of sophistication, Davy Guillarme (University of Geneva, Switzerland) wasn’t actively looking for new mass detection solutions. Nevertheless, the Waters ACQUITY QDa mass detector caught his eye.
Thank you for joining me to Get Empowered. In the last Empower tip-of-the-week blog for Empower Software, we learned how to use “Show Me” to get interactive help in Empower. Now, for the third and final tip… Read more >
At Reach Separations, they’re putting robust detection on the front lines of method development and mass confirmation.
The safety of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and foodstuffs may be compromised by chemical compounds in the various types of packaging and food contact materials (FCMs) that are in direct contact with the consumer product. Due to… Read more >
In this webinar, we discussed the transfer of chromatographic methods that occurs at many stages in the development and production of a product. Here are a few questions that we received but did not have time to answer during the information-rich hour.
How mass detection allows us to tell the beautiful truth about beer By Larissa Burns, Group Technical Analyst, Lion Co. I’ve been working at Lion as their analytical specialist for eight years, predominantly using… Read more >
Welcome back to Get Empowered! In the last Empower tip-of-the-week blog for Empower Software, I provided an overview the QuickStart interface. In this blog, we are going to explore Empower’s interactive help feature, referred to as “Show Me.”… Read more >
Welcome back to Get Empowered! My tip-of-the-week blog for Empower Software kicks off by taking a closer look at the Empower QuickStart Interface. There is so much to cover in this series, so I have broken it up… Read more >
Q&A time: What is acrylamide? How dangerous is it? How do food testing laboratories detect it?