In this week’s tip, we will learn about tools in Review to help identify peaks in the chromatogram – even when peaks are either misidentified or not identified.
Waters Innovation Response Team gathered quickly in March 2020 to support the scientific response to the COVID-19 pandemic, connecting the expertise contained within Waters to the global fight against SARS-CoV-2. Learn more about the impact of the Waters Innovation Response Team over the past year.
This week’s tip focuses on Empower Analytics and key chromatographic performance dashboards: System Summary & System Usage for chromatographic systems, Project Usage, User Analysis, and Methods Analysis.
International Women’s Day celebrates “the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.” On IWD and every day, we at Waters “Choose to Challenge” and call out gender bias and inequality, seek out and celebrate the achievements of women, and ultimately create a more inclusive world.
In this week’s tip, we will share the step-by-step process to remove Extract Choices when working with 3D data, such as PDA or QDa, in the Review window.
To ensure compliance success in a changing regulatory landscape, laboratories must continually adapt. Learn how the compliant-ready Waters BioAccord LC-MS platform helps biopharma address the additional compliance challenges posed by the field’s complex analytical instruments.
In this week’s tip, we will discuss how to use Axial Dispersion with GPC Data to determine an estimation of true molecular weight moments and molecular weight distribution for a broad peak.
In this week’s Empower tip, we continue our discussion on Injection and Channel Status Fields and review interpreting combined Injection and Channel Status for our data.
Shortly after Waters Principal Systems Specialist Kory Morrow shared his vision to bring Waters systems and STEM mentorship to U.S. HBCU labs, he unexpectedly passed away. The team has continued on in Kory’s memory, enabling exposure, experiences, and opportunities for the next generation of STEM professionals, especially those of color.
February 11, 2021, is recognized as International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The theme for the sixth annual worldwide event, Beyond the Borders: Equality in Science for Society, is a philanthropic focus for… Read more >