Tag Archives: ASMS

ASMS 2013 and Fragmentation Support in Progenesis CoMet

A couple of weeks ago, Nonlinear Dynamics attended the 61st annual conference of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This was my second ASMS, having also attended in Vancouver last year. Attending for a second year in a row was a great opportunity to catch up with all the customers and collaborators […]

ASMS 2013 starts this weekend–come and see us!

See Progenesis LC-MS & Progenesis CoMet in action and pick up your free licence code so you can analyse your own sample runs in the software.

The start of a busy conference season

We attend many conferences throughout the year, but we are about to enter our busiest time over the next few months. There are some key meetings that we attend each year, and some new meetings that we are attending for the first time. It all makes for an exciting few months, so I wanted to […]

Our first full day at ASMS, and what a day!

Apparently an ideal blog post should be focussed on a specific topic. That’s going to be hard with all there is to share from last night’s Opening Ceremony and the first full day at ASMS here in downtown Salt Lake City. Here goes… It was a busy opening night. We went to our booth expecting […]

ASMS Salt Lake City kicks off tonight

I feel like a foreign correspondent, submitting copy to keep news flowing from a far-flung war zone, although the reality is much less hostile! 20 hour travel time from Newcastle and we’re here in Salt Lake City for the 58th ASMS conference on Mass Spectrometry. Four of us from Nonlinear—Mark Bennett, Martin Wells, Ian Morns and myself—are here […]

Getting ready for ASMS

It’s been quite a week this week as we finalise our preparations for the ASMS (American Society of Mass Spectrometry) meeting which is in Salt Lake City this year. We’ve being putting the finishing touches to a special offer which we are rolling out next week based round our Progenesis LC-MS software but more exciting […]