They say time flies when you’re having fun, so that must explain how it’s already time for ASMS 2015 – the 63rd annual conference for the American Society of Mass Spectrometry. This year it’s being held in St. Louis, MO, in America’s Center Convention Complex, with hospitality suites in the nearby Renaissance Grand Hotel. The conference starts officially on Sunday 31st May and runs until Thursday 4th June, which gives you plenty of time to come and see us for a chat about how Progenesis QI can (or already is) helping you with your ‘omics data analysis. We’ll be attending alongside our colleagues at Waters again this year, so come by to either booth #160 or the Waters hospitality suite, located at the Renaissance Grand Hotel.
So, what have we got planned for this year?
Announcement of v2.1 of Progenesis QI
We’ll be confirming what’s coming next for Progenesis QI with the opportunity to book a demo to see these new features for yourself. If you’re not able to attend ASMS this year, don’t worry – we’ll be posting full details of this release after the announcement and you can still send us an email to arrange your own demo.
We’re hosting a breakfast seminar on the Wednesday morning from 7-8am with talks from Geert Goeminne, Ghent University, VIB Department of Plant Systems Biology and Richard Remko Sprenger, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Southern Denmark. Please note that pre-registration is required to attend this event, so please register now to avoid disappointment.
We’ll be taking bookings for software demos in the suite, so just pop along to the suite (or the booth) to reserve your slot. In addition to demonstrating the software, you’ll have the chance to meet with some of our development team to get your questions answered. Please note bookings are required during the day, but the suite is open to all from 8-11pm Monday – Wednesday which is when we’ll also be giving out some exciting freebies.
In addition to the above, I’m also very excited to confirm Progenesis QI features in a number of posters that will be presented this year so keep an eye out for those.
Hopefully we will see you very soon.