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LabWare 2019 China Customer Education Conference

September 16 - September 20

An annual LabWare customer education conference for the China region (As of May 2019, the venue in Kunming, China has not been announced.)

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Future Laboratory Informatics Forum

September 16 - September 18
Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City, Joan Muyskenweg 10
Amsterdam, 1096 CJ Netherlands
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"The 2019 Future Laboratory Informatics Forum will focus on how to build your internal capabilities, and onboard new technologies to achieve the ‘Lab of the Future’. This year’s forum will be a practical and hands-on discussion focused on how to best integrate and utilise your informatics systems across networks and internal functions. With our pre-conference […]

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10:00 am

Webinar: PTM Analysis: How to Marry Speed and Confidence in R&D

September 17 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am CDT

"Even the most well-controlled LC-MS methodologies are subject to a wide array of variables such as LC conditions, type of mass spectrometer, data acquisition rates, etc. All of these variables can impact the raw data. Regardless, the investigator will ultimately end up with an uneditable raw mass spectrometry data file in a vendor-specific format. While this locked, uneditable file in theory represents a firm and fixed point at which experimental variability ceases, the reality is that downstream software analysis can introduce as much or more variability in the dataset than that derived from instrumentation and sample prep.

In this webinar, Jon Reed will focus on how an automated, vendor-neutral software analysis of PTMs in biotherapeutics can be optimized for speed, and provide a framework from which data can inform confident decisions in a research environment."

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11:00 am

Webinar: PTM Analysis: How to Marry Speed and Confidence in R&D

September 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

"Even the most well-controlled LC-MS methodologies are subject to a wide array of variables such as LC conditions, type of mass spectrometer, data acquisition rates, etc. All of these variables can impact the raw data. Regardless, the investigator will ultimately end up with an uneditable raw mass spectrometry data file in a vendor-specific format. While this locked, uneditable file in theory represents a firm and fixed point at which experimental variability ceases, the reality is that downstream software analysis can introduce as much or more variability in the dataset than that derived from instrumentation and sample prep.

In this webinar, Jon Reed will focus on how an automated, vendor-neutral software analysis of PTMs in biotherapeutics can be optimized for speed, and provide a framework from which data can inform confident decisions in a research environment."

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