Monthly Archives: May 2014

Talking LC/MS vs. NMR with the big cheeses of French metabolomics

I’m pleased to report back after my first conference and first visit to France, having just attended The French Metabolomics and Fluxomics Network (RFMF) meeting. This is a key meeting for metabolomics research in France, bringing together both young and seasoned scientists to discuss methods and analysis in metabolomics research, which in France is heavily […]

More new faces at Nonlinear

We’ve had a bit of a recruitment boom here at Nonlinear Dynamics over the past few months – firstly with the expansion of our software development team back in March – and now we’re pleased to announce the arrival of a new senior applications scientist and a new software tester. Dave Jackson has 14 years […]

Edible oils and Progenesis QI at the AOCS annual conference

We recently attended the 105th AOCS Annual Meeting and Expo in beautiful San Antonio. Thanks to gloriously sunny weather, the San Antonio Spurs NBA basketball winning the playoff series against their instate rivals the Dallas Mavericks, The Alamo, and the Mexican-American holiday Cinco de Mayo there was plenty to see and do (aside from the […]

Peaks and valleys: coast to coast with Nonlinear Dynamics

Here at Nonlinear Dynamics, we like a challenge. So when John Renney, our Business Analyst, suggested that we cycle across Britain for charity, hands went up to volunteer! Volunteering is central to the charity that John supports: the Tony Blair Sports Foundation (TBSF) who train adult volunteers to become sports coaches in North East schools. […]