Monthly Archives: August 2012

London 2012 – experiencing the Olympics first hand

Having only recently just made it back down to earth after my time as a volunteer Games Maker at the 2012 Olympic Games, as mentioned in an earlier blog post, I can honestly say that spending 2 weeks in London at the Olympic Park has totally inspired me in many different ways. They tell you […]

Now you can analyse labelled samples and perform absolute quantification with Progenesis LC-MS

This post refers to Progenesis LC-MS, which has since been superseded by Progenesis QI for proteomics. All of the information described, however, remains relevant. A fuller description of the new product can be found here. Thanks! The Nonlinear Support Team A new publication and software toolkit from the Protein Function Group at the University of […]

Waters and Nonlinear co-develop analysis solutions for large-scale, complex data sets

Following our earlier blog post announcing that we had embarked on a major project with Waters Corporation to supply software as part of their new ‘Omics Research Platform Solution we can bring you a progress update. The formal agreement has been signed and a press release made by Waters Corporation, which was reported the same […]