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Elevate your lab: How to choose the right LIMS solution

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn about the key considerations when selecting a LIMS to best meet your goals and elevate your lab.

Automated method to detect the sum of nitrate + nitrite (TON) in drinking water using the Thermo Scientific Gallery discrete analyzer

Drinking Water Total Oxidized Nitrogen for the Thermo Scientific Gallery Discrete Analyzer offers laboratories a fully automated approach to compliant nitrate and nitrite testing that minimizes the challenges associated with traditional cadmium...

Automated method to detect orthophosphate in drinking water using the Thermo Scientific Gallery discrete analyzer

The Thermo Scientific discrete analyzer method offers laboratories an automated, high-throughput option for regulated testing for orthophosphate in drinking water. Walk-away automation simplifies drinking water analyses and reduces errors. 

Enhancing the scientific experience using laboratory software

View our on-demand webinar to learn about LIMS, delivering knowledge from data, automation solutions, and intuitive workflows.

How LIMS can benefit battery manufacturing workflows

What are the benefits of implementing a laboratory information management system (LIMS) into your manufacturing workflows? Watch this on-demand presentation to find out more.

Applications for HPLC Analysis

These latest application notes cover a wide range of subjects for HPLC analysis such as separation of water-soluble vitamins, high-throughput bottom-up proteome profiling, mRNA impurity determination, high-throughput analysis of oligonucleotides and...

The Advantages of using a LIMS with your CDS

Are you looking to streamline workflows and enhance efficiency in your laboratory? If so, connecting your LIMS and CDS could be the answer. This on-demand webinar describes the benefits of taking this action.

Which Trace Elemental Instruments are Best for your Analysis?

Separation Science, in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, offers the second on-demand instalment of its 'Instrument Selection Discussion Series' where laboratory professionals gain knowledge on the choices of instrument available and which...

Easy characterisation workflows in therapeutic protein analysis

Looking for new and improved technologies to advance your peptide mapping strategies? Do you want to overcome automation problems with your therapeutic protein workflows? If so, signup for this educational presentation...

Learn how Charged Aerosol Detection can be used for both routine and complex analyses

Thermo Fisher Scientific offers a number of resources to help you learn how charged aerosol detection can be used for both routine and complex analyses and understand more about the versatility of this novel technique.

Method transfer compliance and data integrity

Do you work in a regulated laboratory? Are you struggling with method transfer? Would you like help with your compliance and data integrity issues? If so, Thermo Fisher Scientific offers a number of resources to help.

TUTORIAL SERIES: Ion Chromatography Fundamentals

Want to know more about ion chromatography (IC) applications? How can correct use of this technique help you develop better environmental, food and beverage methods? Visit the 'Ion Chromatography' learning hub for the latest comprehensive tutorials...

High Performance Anion Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection for Food and Feed Analysis

Sugar profile analysis is not a new topic in the field of analytical chemistry. It has been around for many years and has been accomplished within many different sample matrices with varying instrumentation and methodology.

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