LECO Announces Special Events at ASMS
News May 12, 2015
Conference attendees are invited to our series of breakfast seminars, where they will hear from industry leaders about their victories in the fight against coelution, with different application discussions each morning. The following free breakfast seminars will be offered in room 241 of the Convention Center with presentations beginning promptly at 7 am (CDT). Doors will open at 6:45 am.
• On Monday, June 1, Dr. Vladimir Tolstikov of Berg Health will present Metabolomics Analyses in Pharmaceutical Industry.
• On Tuesday, June 2, Dr. Gregg Tomy, University of Manitoba will present Petroleum Analysis Using High Resolution Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry.
• On Wednesday, June 3, Dr. Albert Lebedev of Lomonosov Moscow State University will present Benefits of Accurate Mass Measurements in GCMS and GCxGC-MS Environmental Studies.
Throughout the conference, attendees are encouraged to visit booth #139 to learn about LECO’s complete line of innovative Separation Science products, including the new Pegasus® GC-HRT 4D, and participate in a ChromaTOF® brand software demonstration. In addition, LECO’s application chemists and collaborators will present on the latest advances in time-of-flight mass spectrometry, including such application areas as metabolomics, energy and fuels, forensics, environmental analysis, and food. A complete list of LECO programs can be found below.
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