Author Archives: Agnès Corbin

A review of Metabolomics, Brisbane 2017

After 25 hours of travel… a short rest with some adorable baby kangaroos and koalas, there was a series of pre-conference workshops on Sunday and Monday morning. The Waters Monday workshop was well attended, and we had two very interesting presentations from Progenesis users in the FoodOmics and Health Sciences applications: Dr. Martin Snel from […]

Food for thought at RAFA 2015

Last week, I attended the 7th symposium on Recent Advances in Food Analysis with some of my colleagues from NLD and Waters. The congress was held in the beautiful city of Prague in the Czech Republic, famous for its old architecture and buildings like the astronomical clock, Charles Bridge and the castle. It was my […]

Wall to wall proteomics in Berlin

A few weeks ago, I attended the Proteomic Forum in Berlin, which was held in The Technical University, from 22nd to 25th March. It was my first time in Berlin, a cosmopolitan city with a fascinating mix of people where, just as in London, anything can happen. 🙂 Since it was my first visit to […]

Progenesis QI draws the crowds at HUPO 2014

This year, the 13th session of HUPO was held in the beautiful city of Madrid. We had such lovely warm weather compared to Paris or Newcastle Upon Tyne, with temperatures 10°C higher in Madrid. Sadly, with all the activity going on at the conference, there wasn’t much time to enjoy the sun. I could however […]

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 […]

1st Belgium-Netherlands Metabolomics Symposium

Earlier this week I attended the First Belgium-Netherlands Joint Symposium on Metabolomics: Translational Approaches in Metabolomics, in the picturesque city of Spa in Belgium. There were some interesting talks with invited speakers like Dr Johan Trygg from Umea Sweden, Prof. Dr. Thomas Hankemeier, Scientific director of the Netherlands Metabolomics Centre in Leiden, and Dr Augustin […]

Conference reports: DAPSOC (Odense, Denmark) and Flanders Proteomics International (Antwerp, Belgium)

I am just back from a nice December-tour in Scandinavia, where I visited customers and other labs in Denmark and Sweden during 3 weeks. Some may say December is not the best period to travel to Scandinavia but it was a nice experience for my first travel in those countries – with a lot of […]

Progenesis LC-MS features at this year’s ItPA meeting

I should probably start by introducing myself since this is my first blog post. My name is Agnès Corbin and I am part of the Sales team at Nonlinear. I am based just outside of Paris, France but my role takes me to many other places in Europe, including Italy which is where I spent […]