Open University workshop - Diversity and discovery in analytical chemistry
23 February 2017
SepSolve Analytical, in conjunction with the Open University, UK, will be giving a free-to-attend one-day workshop on 29 March 2017 at the Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, covering the diverse application range of thermal desorption, GC×GC and time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
- Hear from numerous guest speakers to learn how cutting-edge analytical techniques can reveal hidden information from challenging samples.
- Get hands-on with the instruments during a lab session.
- Tour the Open University’s facility involved in the Rosetta space mission.
Topics and speakers include:
- “GC×GC: From Niche to Necessity”
Bob Green, SepSolve Analytical Ltd
- "Down to Earth : From sniffing comets to cancer and more..."
Geraint (Taff) Morgan, Open University
- “The use of thermal desorption and time-of-flight mass spectrometry for the analysis of electronic cigarette aerosols”
Justin Frosina, British American Tobacco
- "VOCs as an assessment tool for food quality and safety"
Carsten Müller, Cardiff University
- “Tackling the extended list of fragrance allergens with Tandem Ionisation and GC×GC–TOF MS”
Laura McGregor, Markes International Ltd
Spaces for the workshop are strictly limited and the event is expected to be oversubscribed, so early registration is recommended.
To register for this free workshop, please complete and submit the form below.