Monthly Archives: March 2014

New faces: Nonlinear expands its software development team

It’s an exciting time for us here at Nonlinear Dynamics, with the recent recruitment of 2 more software engineers, Robin and Sam, and the intake of a new intern, Osagie. This expansion helps us continue to develop industry-leading software for the world of ‘omics while providing regular, feature-rich updates. Robin Sillem has been a software […]

Sun, saunas and science – the 2014 Nordic Proteomics Conference

Last week I attended the 2014 Nordic Proteomics Conference in the beautiful city of Turku-Åbo, the oldest city in Finland. For those who don’t know, Finland has historic ties with Sweden and Russia which explains Turku’s two names: Turku, the Finnish name and Åbo the Swedish name of the same city. The weather was unexpectedly […]

ProteoMMX 3.0 – Strictly Quantitative

One of the nicest parts of being a salesperson is that you get to go to conferences. I always think it’s a bit like a music festival in that it is a transient event – very much in the here-and-now, a meeting of minds. And every single conference is completely different! I am getting excited about […]