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Waters Users’ Meeting at ASMS 2013

Published: Monday, May 13, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, May 13, 2013
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Register for the Waters Users’ meeting at ASMS 2013 and learn about the latest developments in Mass Spectrometry from Waters experts as we reveal our new technologies and solutions.

Collaborate. Innovate. Succeed

Join us at the 61st American Society for Mass Spectrometry Conference and see how our world leading technologies and superior instrument performance works with you, allowing you to succeed in the science of what’s possible.   

June 8th   |   Marriott City Center, Minneapolis   |   Register

Purposeful innovations begin with collaborative vision

Hear from renowned guest speakers, including Jose Castro-Perez from Merck and Arjen Gerssen from RIKILT who are leading the way in the field of MS and join other MS users at the afternoon parallel sessions covering key application areas.

ASMS Exhibition
June 10th – 13th   |   Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B-C, Level 1
Visit us at exhibit booth number 132 to view the latest Mass Spectrometry instrumentation and talk to Waters experts.

Poster Presentations
June 10th – 13th   |   Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall B-C, Level 1
Visit Waters poster presentations at the Convention Center. Click on the details tab (or download PDF) on this page to view an extensive list of Waters oral and poster presentations at ASMS.

Hospitality Suite
Visit us during the evenings at our hospitality suite at the Minneapolis Hilton in Grand Ballroom D from 8pm -11pm and join us for an interactive experience.

Breakfast Seminars
Waters will be hosting a number of breakfast seminars throughout the week. Contact your Waters Sales Representative for more information.

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