Did you know that Empower projects can automatically be archived using NuGenesis Laboratory Management System (LMS)? In this tip, I will show you how.
Suppressing Peak Integration Being able to optimize peak integration and identification, whether by resetting the method RT settings, manually identifying peaks or suppressing integration of specific known peaks are certainly tools which, in the wrong… Read more >
This blog was originally posted on LinkedIn Today we’re celebrating the 94th birthday of a scientific genius and corporate culture visionary. Jim Waters, the founder of Waters Corporation, is a legendary innovator and entrepreneur. He… Read more >
The characterization of peptides and proteins can be challenging due to issues such as adsorption, varying hydrophobicities, and specificity to name just a few. When analyzing peptides by Liquid Chromatography (LC) and Mass Spectrometry (MS),… Read more >
Once a project has been backed up it has been archived and can then be deleted from Empower. This will free up space for other projects. Let’s learn how.
As a science-based organization, STEM education is of the utmost importance to Waters. This blog highlights the excitement of its partnership with Junior Achievement, one of the world’s largest youth-serving NGOs that prepares young people for employment and entrepreneurship.
There is only one way to restore a project. This is done in Configuration Manager using the Restore Project wizard. Let’s see how it is done.
Kicking off a new series on project backup, archival and restoring data in Empower Software. In this tip, we will review project backup.
Multi-Component Peak Purity is an extension of Peak Purity by comparing combinations of spectra from within the peak to the other spectra within the same peak. Learn more about Multi-Component Peak Purity.
This week, we will review Peak Purity results for samples which have been spiked with different levels of an impurity.