Monthly Archives: June 2011

ASMS 2011: our first year of both proteomics and metabolomics

Earlier this month, four of Team Nonlinear attended ASMS 2011 in Denver, Colorado. Of course, we’ve attended ASMS in the past, but this year was the first year we were able to offer a dedicated solution for both proteomics and metabolomics researchers. Outside the workshops at ASMS in Denver, with Mark, Agnès and Paul smiling […]

Proteomics Methods Forum 2011 – a first report

The two-day Proteomics Method Forum (PMF), which we mentioned taking place at St. James’ Park in Newcastle, ended on Friday last week. As well as spending the breaks talking with people at our booth, we also enjoyed the program of interesting talks, with 7 out of 17 presentations citing our Progenesis LC-MS software.   Achim […]

Proteomics Methods Forum (PMF)

At Nonlinear we attend a lot of conferences, which can mean travelling halfway around the world for some meetings.  Thankfully, there are a handful of meetings which are a bit closer to home. This week (June 16th – 17th), we are attending a conference which couldn’t be much closer to our headquarters in Newcastle upon […]

The rate of Progenesis SameSpots publications continues to rise

Last November I blogged about the rapid rise in the number of publications citing Progenesis SameSpots and predicted a total of 96 by the end of that year, based on an average 8 publications per month achieved over the previous 10 months. It turned out to be a good estimate, our final tally was 90 […]

ASMS 2011 – Colorado here we come!

We are really looking forward to attending the American Society of Mass Spec (ASMS) meeting which is being held in Denver, Colorado this year. The exhibit hall opens on the evening of Sunday 5th June with a welcome reception and runs until Thursday 9th June. Our booth (#127)  will be looked after by Mark Bennett, […]