No Such Thing as a Free Lunch?

Martin Perkins

17th April 2018

Ambient Air, Automated Analysis, Pharmaceutical, Plastic, Polymer, Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry, SIFT-MS, Webinar,

Ok, it’s rare to be offered a free lunch (come and visit us at Anatune for a lab demo and we will probably stand you lunch, though!) – but free lunchtime learning, that’s another thing altogether…

Over the last two years, Syft Technologies have been engaged in delivering a programme of Webinars on all aspects of SIFT-MS, many in collaboration with us here at Anatune, and this Wednesday 18th April, there are two chances to catch the latest in this series – this time on Process and Speciality Gas Analysis using SIFT-MS.  If you are interested you can register here, for free!

The range of topics covered previously, have included basic introductions to the science behind Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry, high-throughput automated analysis, ambient air monitoring, plastics and polymer analysis, pharmaceutical method validation, the list goes on…!

A number of these include contributions from the likes of Dr Sheryl Barringer at Ohio State University and Dr Marvin Shaw from the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratory at the University of York, as well as Joe Wicks at Intertek, Manchester – the first CRO in the UK with a SIFT-MS.

Don’t worry if you feel like you have missed out, as many of these – at last count, 20 – are available to listen to at your leisure (not just over lunch) on Syft’s website. Just follow the link to the Webinars page. While you are there, why not check out the Applications page too, you may be surprised what is possible with SIFT-MS.

(Spoiler Alert! – there are more Webinars to come over the next few months…)