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Shimadzu UK Hosts Popular Training Days in Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry
Oct 14 2019 Read 601 Times
Held at Shimadzu’s UK Centre of Excellence in early October, the events took place over three days and welcomed over 100 laboratory specialists from academia and industry.
With a focus on improving, refreshing and updating Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry knowledge, these events represent Shimadzu’s ethos of ‘Contributing to Society through Science and Technology’ at its core.
The seminars cover various topics, from theory to best practice, maintenance, troubleshooting and method development. In addition, during the HPLC/UHPLC course attendees learned more about how the collective components of an HPLC work, recent advances in Chromatography and LC detectors. Similarly, during LCMS training day, the company’s industry experts presented basic terminology, considerations when moving to LCMS, ionisation methods and mass analysers. The day also included laboratory sessions on LCMS hardware and maintenance and data modes for qualitative and quantitative analysis.
And finally, very popular this year, GC & GCMS training day, covered a variety of different topics from liquid sampling (Split, Splitless, PTV, On-column and large volume injection) to data processing (integration, identification and quantitation).
Led by Shimadzu’s highly experienced scientists - with over a century of experience between them - the sessions also included open discussions, troubleshooting and interactive workshops.
Those attending also got a look inside Shimadzu’s state-of-the-art laboratory, plus an up-close look at some of the company’s most innovative products such as their ground-breaking LC-40, the first chromatography system equipped with A.I.
Shimadzu UK’s training days take place on various dates throughout the year and are designed to be informative, educational and non-vendor specific.
To keep up to date with upcoming events, please visit www.shimadzu.co.uk.
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