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Shimadzu have introduced the GCMS-TQ8050 triple quadrupole GC-MS, the latest in the series dating back to the GCMS-TQ8030 in 2012.

Sciex have introduced their Next-Generation Proteomics (NGP) platform.

BioPharmaView Software 2.0 from Sciex is designed for automated biotherapeutic data processing.

The Sciex BioBA Solution has been expanded to include the QTrap 6500+ LC-MS system with SelexIon+ ion mobility.

The QTrap 6500+ LC-MS/MS system from Sciex has improved sensitivity and selectivity for small molecule quantitation.

Bruker’s rapifleX MALDI-ToF/ToF system has new ToF/ToF optics and smartbeam 10 kHz laser technology.

The Luxon ion source from Phytronix Technologies is now powered by fibre-coupled optics for greater precision, accuracy and speed.

908 Devices’ ZipChip microfluidics separation technology can be combined with Thermo Fisher’s Exactive, Q Exactive and LTQ Orbitrap Hybrid FT mass spectrometers.

Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Q Exactive BioPharma MS/MS hybrid quadrupole-Orbitrap mass spectrometer supports three protein characterisation workflows.

Thermo Fisher Scientific introduced a number of software and cloud solutions.

Agilent Technologies introduced the second-generation, 8900 triple quadrupole ICP-MS system.

Agilent’s JetClean is a self-cleaning ion source to keep their GC-MS systems free of matrix deposits.

This GC-MS system from Agilent Technologies is capable of ultra-trace (single-digit ppb levels) of arsine/phosphine contaminants.

Agilent Technologies’ Water Screener GC-MS analyser fast data review and reporting of water pollutants and screens for unknown compounds.

Agilent also introduced updates to several software tools.

Waters has introduced a metabolic profiling reference library.

The Exactive GC Orbitrap from Thermo Scientific is a GC-MS system for both targeted and non-targeted analysis.

The DLS-20 mass spectrometer uses a design based on Hiden’s established triple-stage mass filter technology.

Advion have introduced the ‘Tides Express proteins and peptides analysis system.

Scientists from the universities of Oxford and Manchester, UK, have used a mass spectrometry molecular fingerprinting technique to identify one Neanderthal bone from around 2000 tiny bone fragments.