Dr. Lisa Kates | Post Doc. Open University / De Monfort University – Doping Affiliation Project
Open University / De Monfort University "I have used the LECO BT4D for the separation, identification, and quantification of anabolic steroids. The advantages of the GC×GC system to separate stereoisomers in a complex matrix means time can be saved from doing complex sample preparation and extraction procedures. The ability to separate and quantify low levels of target analytes from high…
Jon Griffin | Public Analyst, Official Control Laboratory
Kent Scientific Services "Moisture analysis is typically a classical gravimetric technique when analysing both food and animal feeds. As such there is a considerable amount of 'hands on' analyst time to ensure accuracy. Freeing up analyst time allowing focus on other testing was the drive and automation of tests such as moisture was key to achieving. The laboratory was aware…
Prof. G. John Langley, Head of Characterisation & Analytics and Head of Mass Spectrometry | Julie M. Herniman, Specialist in Mass Spectrometry
University of Southampton "In 2019 EPSRC funded our vision for a regional Centre of Excellence (CoE) in 2 dimensional gas chromatography and mass spectrometry. This Regional CoE, initially embracing the Universities of Bath, Portsmouth, Southampton, and Swansea, will significantly drive discovery, characterisation and quantification of new modalities, delivering a step change in capability for detection and identification of new species…
Aberystwyth University "We originally expected to purchase a quadrupole instrument so buying a TOF was a little unexpected but definitely worth it as the data is far richer than what a quadrupole would have supplied. In the three years we have had the instrument running metabolomic matrixes the source has never been cleaned and the data is still superb and…