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4 Predictions for 2019: A recap

This time last year we peered our beady eyes into our crystal balls and made some predictions for the year…

2019 SIFT-MS Interest Group Meeting: Day 2 Round-Up

As promised, we move onto a round-up of the second and final day of the 2019 SIFT-MS Interest Group Meeting….

Another Guest Speaker Confirmed for the Lifecycle of Food Analysis Workshop

We can now confirm our third guest speaker for the 2-day Lifecycle of Food Analysis Workshop is Neil Owen, Head…

Webinar – An Approach to Pharma Method Validation for Direct Mass Spectrometry

On Tuesday 29th January, Dr Vaughan Langford of Syft Technologies and Anatune’s Dr Mark Perkins will be collaborating on a…

Analytical Chemistry – 4 Predictions for 2019

You can’t change or improve anything without making dependable chemical measurements, so to some degree, predictions in the World of…

Fuel of the Future? Is Your Hydrogen Pure Enough?

Earlier this year, Mark Perkins, one of our SIFT-MS specialists took our SIFT-MS to work with Thomas Bacquart and his…

Intertek – The First CRO in the UK to Use SIFT-MS

In February 2017, Anatune was pleased to deliver an automated Voice200ultra SIFT-MS to Intertek Pharmaceutical Services in Manchester. Intertek is…

A New Twist on Landfill Gas Analysis

Landfill sites and other sources of biogas benefit from trace gas analysis. Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS) has…

High-Throughput VOC and Inorganic Gas Analysis: Automated SIFT-MS

  Over the last 18 months we have been working in partnership with Syft Technologies to enhance the potential of…

Identifying Aldehydes, Ketones via Automated Desorption

There are many methods for identifying ketones and aldehydes in building and other materials. Whilst formaldehyde is used for producing…

What is in an Air Freshener?

An interesting article on the BBC News website – ‘Is there a danger from scented products?’. I don’t think I…

Checking Phine’s New Car by SIFT-MS

Phine Banks, Anatune’s Account Manager for the West of England, has just taken delivery of a new VW Golf. That…

Opportunities to Learn about SIFT-MS

Most analytical laboratories will have both GC-MS and LC-MS. Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry can analyse for analytes of low molecular…

If Formaldehyde is the Question, what is the Answer?

As is the case with many other small, polar molecules, analysing for formaldehyde presents analysts with a real challenge. If…

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