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Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry, Proteomics

TASIAs: The Next Frontier

The TASIAs are back! And like last year, the great minds behind the top five innovations will each have the opportunity to share the development story in a three-page Solutions article in 2017. Nominations are open – and all of these will be put to an expert panel, who will decide on the top 15 innovations of the year. You can enter by filling out the form here: http://tas.txp.to/2016TASIA The deadline is November 8.

Looking for some inspiration? Here are the Top Five innovations from 2015:

  1. Full Spectrum Molecular Imaging (Waters) A combination of advanced MS imaging technologies, designed to deliver high quality, comprehensive, spatially resolved molecular information.
  2. REIMS Research System with iKnife Sampling (Waters) A direct sampling ionization technique combined with high performance time-of-flight MS
  3. Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Fusion Lumos Tribrid Mass Spectrometer (Thermo Fisher Scientific) A high-performance mass spectrometer with enhanced sensitivity
  4. Dual-needle Technology for LC-autosamplers (Agilent Technologies) Two independent flow paths within a single LC-autosampler module
  5. MS-PECD (MassSpecpecD)Direct mass spectrometric detection of chiral molecules without any prior enantiomeric separation.

You can also nominate an innovation by emailing [email protected] (Subject line: 2016 TASIAs). Please include: 

  • name of innovation
  • launch date
  • brief description (~10 words)
  • detailed description (50-150 words)
  • the potential impact (50-150 words)
  • one image (if applicable)

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