Agilent Technologies, specialists in liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry, promote research at the Swedish Metabolomics Centre in Umeå. During a whole year researchers will be permitted to test run one of the company’s most advanced instruments.
At a seminar at the Chemical Biological Centre in Umeå on September 4th Peter Abrahamsson, Agilent’s product specialist for mass spectrometry in the Nordic countries, had good news: From October Swedish research will have access to their latest technology in mass spectrometry, an Ion Mobility Q-TOF, which will make it possible to conduct metabolite research which currently is difficult to perform anywhere else in Europe.
Watch the video of the announcemen here.
Advanced mass spectrometer to the Swedish Metabolomics Centre