Author Archives: Juliet Evans

Nonlinear in the Netherlands

Last Friday, I visited a team of proteomics users who adopted Progenesis as early as 2009.  I feel connected with this group because I made the first phone call to Prof Theo Luider, Head of Laboratory, Neuro-Oncology, Erasmus Medical Centre in the Netherlands back in 2008.  I remember it vividly, as I was calling to […]

“Making decisions is easy. Getting them right is the hard part.”

A phrase I’m sure we can all relate to, and one that’s got me thinking about the way we make decisions here at Nonlinear – decisions that affect our users and, ultimately, the way they analyse their data. So, how do we ensure we make the right decisions? Listening to our customers We regularly conduct […]

Peaks and valleys: coast to coast with Nonlinear Dynamics

Here at Nonlinear Dynamics, we like a challenge. So when John Renney, our Business Analyst, suggested that we cycle across Britain for charity, hands went up to volunteer! Volunteering is central to the charity that John supports: the Tony Blair Sports Foundation (TBSF) who train adult volunteers to become sports coaches in North East schools. […]

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.

A water-filled week at EuPA / BSPR 2012

Last week I attended 2 very watery Scottish-related events.  The first was the Wimbledon Men’s final, starring Andy Murray, which was a wet affair until the impressive centre court roof was closed.  The second was the EuPA/BSPR 2012 meeting in rain-soaked Glasgow.  Luckily I had my wellies for both! I attended the meeting with my […]

News from the ItPA 2012 Congress in Viterbo

I was lucky enough to attend the ItPA 2012 Congress in beautiful, jasmine-scented, medieval Viterbo, Italy. The meeting was held at the Tuscia Rectorate, which was very calm and cooling in the high temperatures we experienced. We started with a very interesting opening lecture by Prof. Pierre Legrain entitled “Latest advances of the Human Proteome […]

ProteoMMX 2.0 “Strictly Quantitative”

Last week I attended the ProteoMMX 2.0 meeting here in my home town of Chester with my colleague, Martin Wells. Chester is a very beautiful old city, full of Roman archeological remains, which contrasted with the cutting edge scientific program and presentations.  Prof. Rob Beynon opened the meeting with a bit of history. A reminder […]

Question: “How many biological replicates do I need?” Answer: “Enough!”

A discussion of how you can ensure reproducibility in your ‘omics experiments and how the latest Progenesis software can help you.

Wine and proteomics at Proteomlux

I’d like to introduce myself — I am Juliet Evans and I work in the sales team at Nonlinear Dynamics. As I have young family, I do not travel often, so it was a real pleasure to attend Proteomlux, the International Conference on Proteomics in Plants, Microorganisms and Environment. Most of my work involves telephone […]

A lifeboat for Ludesi Users?

This is a follow-up post to one earlier this week about the Ludesi Bankruptcy (Swedish version; English version here). The Ludesi situation may leave some scientists ‘stranded at sea’ in their research and Nonlinear would like to offer a lifeboat. We know how important your research is and we do not want to see work […]