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Mass Spectrometry 2012

07 Nov 2012 - 08 Nov 2012 - Biopolis, Singapore

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Mass Spectrometry 2012, launches in 2012 as a world-class regional conference and exhibition, covering fundamentals, best practice and applications in mass spectrometry and mass spectrometry coupled techniques. From 7-8 November, this industry-leading event, fusing a programme of world-class international and regional speakers, poster sessions, and an exhibition of state-of-the-art instrumentation and equipment for analytical scientists working across pharmaceutical, food, environmental and clinical markets will offer attendees a genuinely world-class edicational experience.

If you want to improve your mass spectrometry skills and become a better and more productive analytical scientist then Mass Spectrometry 2012 will help you achieve these goals.

The scientific programme (both oral and poster) will feature leading presentations on:

• Analytical Method Management
• Collision/Fragmentation
• Interpretation and Informatics
• LIMS, ELN, regulatory considerations
• Emerging Technology
• Industrial applications

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