Business in Brief
A round up of the latest analytical science news – from the world’s first net zero MS to multi-capillary CE-SDS
Lauren Robertson | | Quick Read
- Bruker has joined the EU-funded PANACEA project, which is working to facilitate the use of solid-state NMR spectroscopy by non-expert users. The aim is to broaden the opportunities for novel chemistry applications by bringing together the necessary instrumentation, research infrastructures and chemical expertise (1).
- Waters Corp recently released its new BioAccord System with ACQUITY Premier – a high-resolution LC-MS capable of multi-attribute monitoring of biotherapeutics (2).
- Evotec has entered a collaboration with Biognosys in the hope of accelerating drug discovery and development. The partnership will use Biognosys’ data analysis software for data-independent MS-based proteomics as well as its unique workflow for MS facility management (3).
- SCIEX has released the BioPhase 8800 capillary electrophoresis system for biologics analysis – the only multi-capillary CE-SDS system on the market that processes eight samples simultaneously (4).
- Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched the world’s first net zero mass spectrometer, the Delta Q Isotope Ratio MS. As well as improved specifications, the gas IRMS instrument’s carbon footprint will be neutralized through “IsoFootprint” – an initiative that permanently removes CO₂ emissions associated with the manufacture and supply chain of all new inorganic IRMS products (5).