Monthly Archives: December 2014

Happy Holidays from everyone at Nonlinear!

We’re just about wrapping things up here at Nonlinear HQ ready for our Christmas closedown so we’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2015. So, what are our highlights from the year in which we marked 25 years in life sciences data analysis? In April we […]

Progenesis goes nuts in Brazil

Last week, I, along with my colleague Mark Bennett, had the pleasure of attending the 2nd Brazilian Proteomics Society and Pan-American HUPO joint meeting which was hosted in Búzios, Rio de Janiero. Falling coconuts at the opening function did little to dispel the Brazilian enthusiasm for celebrating proteomic research in their beautiful country. We were […]

Progenesis QI turns food standards detective

At Nonlinear, we always like to see our software being applied to new scientific areas – it feels very much like we’re on the right track when that happens! With that in mind, I’d like to highlight a new involvement in food forensics: adulteration testing of Basmati rice. Basmati is an aromatic, high quality rice […]