Author Archives: Vicki Elliff

Out now – Progenesis QI for proteomics v4.0

Our developers have been busy working on a new version of Progenesis QI for proteomics, and I’m very pleased to announce that it is now available to download. What’s New? Spectral libraries:  streamline the identification process with the use of the new spectral library search. You can now create and search spectral libraries in Progenesis […]

Out now – Progenesis QI for proteomics v3.0

If you attended ASMS 2016, you may have been lucky enough to see a preview of Progenesis QI for proteomics v3.0, and today I’m pleased to announce that it is now available to download. This release is focussed on peptide level information, with a few other treats as well. What’s New? Improved access to peptide […]

Come and see us at ProteoMMX 4.0!

Two years ago, I attended my first conference for Nonlinear, ProteoMMX 3.0. ProteoMMX 4.0 is fast approaching (5th – 7th April, at The Queen Hotel, Chester, UK) and I’m excited to say I’m lucky enough to be attending again. While this will be my second time at ProteoMMX, and one of many conferences I’ve been […]

6 ways Progenesis QI can help with your compound identification

One of the biggest challenges in metabolomics is compound identification – it’s a topic that comes up continually, and something at Nonlinear HQ that we’re constantly trying to help with. The recent releases of Progenesis QI have focussed on improving the process of compound identification, but do you know just how many tools are available […]

Season’s Greetings from all at Nonlinear!

It’s that time of year again when we close the office for the festive period, and we’d like to take a moment to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. It’s been another busy year for us, with a few highlights worth mentioning: We released 2 updates to Progenesis QI, with v2.0 […]

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 […]

"Welcome back!" to Gavin Hope, Principal Software Engineer

We’ve been busy as always at Nonlinear HQ, having been all over the world over the course of the summer attending conferences. We’ve released v2.1 Progenesis QI which sees our first steps into working with Direct Sample Analysis techniques with the iKnife. We’ve also released a free SDF management tool, Progenesis SDF Studio. So, to […]

Progenesis QI v2.1 – available to download now

Back in March, we released Progenesis QI v2.0 and we’re pleased to bring you the news that v2.1 is now available to download. This point release brings further improvements to the identification process as well as a couple of other exciting new features. What’s New? Improvements to ChemSpider functionality with the option to perform theoretical […]

Progenesis SDF Studio v1.0: using MOL files just got easier

Back in April, we released the Early Access Edition of the free tool Progenesis SDF Studio and we’re pleased to announce that v1.0 is now available to download. What’s New? We’ve been busy listening to your feedback on v0.9, as well as fixing reported bugs, to implement the most popularly requested improvements, with a focus […]

ASMS 2015: Mass specs, plugs and rock ‘n’ roll

“Progenesis QI – for small AND large molecules” Just over 3 weeks ago now, I set off on the first of 3 flights to travel from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, all the way to St. Louis, MO, for ASMS 2015. This was my first overseas trip for Nonlinear, so I was both nervous and excited for the […]