Tag Archives: Conferences

Progenesis QI: Big in Japan

At the end of June I headed across to Tsuruoka, Japan for the 10th Annual International Conference of the Metabolomics Society along with some of my colleagues from Nonlinear. With metabolomics still being a relatively new field for us, this was only the 2nd time we’d attended this conference so it was interesting to see […]

ASMS 2014: There and Back Again

At the end of last week, the Nonlinear team returned from ASMS 2014 in Baltimore, MD. Six of us attended: Mark and Jon from our US sales team, Ian and myself from the development team, plus Rob our Product Manager and Ronan our boss. With the exception of a spectacular thunderstorm on the evening of […]

Revealed: new features coming for Progenesis QI for proteomics v2.0

Yesterday, in Baltimore, Maryland, at the 62nd American Society of Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) conference we unveiled the exciting new features that we’ve been working on for the next release of Progenesis QI for proteomics. For those of you who missed the press release, here’s another chance to see what’s coming: Pathway Analysis Progenesis QI for […]

Talking LC/MS vs. NMR with the big cheeses of French metabolomics

I’m pleased to report back after my first conference and first visit to France, having just attended The French Metabolomics and Fluxomics Network (RFMF) meeting. This is a key meeting for metabolomics research in France, bringing together both young and seasoned scientists to discuss methods and analysis in metabolomics research, which in France is heavily […]

Edible oils and Progenesis QI at the AOCS annual conference

We recently attended the 105th AOCS Annual Meeting and Expo in beautiful San Antonio. Thanks to gloriously sunny weather, the San Antonio Spurs NBA basketball winning the playoff series against their instate rivals the Dallas Mavericks, The Alamo, and the Mexican-American holiday Cinco de Mayo there was plenty to see and do (aside from the […]

ProteoMMX 3.0 – Proteomics gets the royal treatment

The meeting was very much about research – it was a chance for researchers to tell the industrial sponsors what they want out of technology, and where the world of proteomics is heading

Sun, saunas and science – the 2014 Nordic Proteomics Conference

Agnès Corbin reports from the 2014 Nordic Proteomics Conference, held in Turku-Åbo, Finland.

ProteoMMX 3.0 – Strictly Quantitative

One of the nicest parts of being a salesperson is that you get to go to conferences. I always think it’s a bit like a music festival in that it is a transient event – very much in the here-and-now, a meeting of minds. And every single conference is completely different! I am getting excited about […]

A report from EuPA 2013, St Malo

Having a love of oysters and coasts in general, I was the first to stick my hand up to attend EuPA 2013 in hauntingly beautiful St Malo. I was accompanied by Agnès Corbin and Andy Borthwick from Nonlinear Dynamics. And what a conference it was! It’s the first conference that I’ve attended since Nonlinear Dynamics […]

Nonlinear Dynamics at the 12th HUPO World Congress

We are getting ready to attend the HUPO 12th Annual World Congress which starts in Yokohama, Japan on Saturday 14th September. This year’s theme is “The Evolution of Technology in Proteomics”, something Nonlinear is dedicated to as they support researchers with new software solutions. Nonlinear will be exhibiting alongside our long-standing Japanese distributor, SCRUM, on […]