Tag Archives: Conferences

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

MetSoc2015 – Bridging the gap between community and industry

At the end of June, I, along with some of my colleagues, headed across to San Francisco, CA, for Metabolomics 2015. This was my third time attending this conference so I was looking forward to seeing some old faces, as well as new ones. I was also curious to see whether the same hot topics […]

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 […]

Come and see us at ASMS 2015!

They say time flies when you’re having fun, so that must explain how it’s already time for ASMS 2015 – the  63rd annual conference for the American Society of Mass Spectrometry. This year it’s being held in St. Louis, MO, in America’s Center Convention Complex, with hospitality suites in the nearby Renaissance Grand Hotel. The […]

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 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 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 […]

A busy summer for Nonlinear in Europe

The busy European summer conference season is almost upon us, so I’d just like to share with you all of the opportunities you’ll have to meet us and learn about the Progenesis range. IMSC 2014 It all kicks off in the last week of August with the bi-annual International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC), this year […]