Monthly Archives: October 2015

Big society for small molecules

Last week I was invited to attend Waters’ Metabolomics user meeting of 2015, held at their UK headquarters in Wilmslow, Cheshire. There was a great turnout, with a good variation in applications, from institutes all over the world. The meeting kicked off after lunch with an introductory talk from Ian Edwards (Waters UK), who gave […]

HUPO 2015: Proteomics, Progenesis and poutine

Just over 2 weeks ago I arrived in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to attend HUPO 2015 – my first conference with Nonlinear. I was accompanied by Dave from our UK office, Mark and Jonathan who are based in the US, and also Rob who works for Waters in their UK headquarters. We had some free […]