My sample stayed in the solution…or did it? Samples are precious. Well-prepared samples are the starting point of all successful experiments. That’s why we spend time and effort on sample preparation; so that the resulting… Read more >
“One of the important reasons that we use Waters LC-MS instruments is that beyond the quality of the products, Waters delivers a high degree of technical training. This provides us with the knowledge and confidence that we can solve our complex research questions.” comments Triskelion’s Richard Bas.
Not that long ago they were as big as a car and cost so much that only the most well-funded research institutions were able to afford them, along with the scientists that knew how to run them.
Dr. Erin Chambers is a Director in the Scientific Operations group at Waters Corporation. She recently served as a judge for the Bioanalysis Zone New Investigator Award. I sat down with Erin to gauge her… Read more >
For decades, food security was viewed exclusively through the lens of shortages. In the 1960s, when daily food availability in emerging countries was just 1,850 kcal per person as many as half of the world’s… Read more >
The challenge: Create the most sensitive mass spectrometer for quantitative analysis. That’s a tall order for any design engineering team. When given that assignment for a next-generation, tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer, our design engineers first… Read more >
There is a rightfully high expectation from consumers that the amounts of compounds and ingredients that producers report in their goods are accurate down to trace levels. Whether personally or professionally, we all rely on… Read more >