Tradeshow
Sep 07, 2020 - Sep 09, 2020
Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre | Booth 700, Hall S3
Arablab 2020

We look forward to seeing you at our booth September. 

Learn how our innovative products, services, and solutions accelerate productivity. Our technical experts will be available to discuss how we can help solve your toughest analytical challenges.

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Improving your analysis and optimizing your products and workflows are the foundations for developing innovative application. Attend our free webinars to learn how to overcome your analytical challenges with the latest technologies.

Analysis of food packaging residual solvents with the Thermo Scientific TriPlus 500 GC-MS Headspace Autosampler

Food packaging manufacturers, food retailers and food producers can rely on a fast and simple technique for the qualitative and quantitative assessment of volatiles organic compounds from food packaging samples without the need for time-consuming sample preparation. Headspace sampling technique coupled to gas chromatography represents the recommended method for the quantitative determination of residual solvents in flexible packaging, as reported in the European Standard absolute method EN 13628-1:2002.

Reliable quantitation through automated Multiple Headspace Extraction (MHE) calibration is easily achieved with the TriPlus 500 HS autosampler and Thermo Scientific Chromeleon Chromatography Data System (CDS) software. The coupling of the headspace autosampler to a versatile GC-MS/FID dual detector configuration allows for reliable quantitation and ID confirmation of unknown volatile organics through mass spectra library matching.

Speaker: Daniela Cavagnino, Product Marketing Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific

State of the art isotope ratio mass spectrometry applied to food traceability

Several analytical methods, including chromatography, spectroscopy or mass spectrometry, can reveal adulterations or can enable to track the origin of substances. Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS) is a particularly efficient technique when it becomes necessary to distinguish between the sources (what from) and between the origins (where from). The isotope ratio fingerprinting is based on the analysis of small isotopic differences in compounds in order to determine the relative isotopic abundances of elements such as C, N, O, H and S contained in the material. The measured isotopic differences are originating from the physical and biochemical isotope fractionation occurring in nature, they are providing information about the source, the origin, and the naturalness of substances. Based on isotopic ratios it is possible to collect information about the geographical, the chemical or the botanical origin of substances and isotopic ratios can enable the differentiation between natural and synthetic products. The purpose of the presentation is to explore and to illustrate the state of the art in Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry to characterize the origin and the naturalness of food products. Recent advances in instrumentation and in applications will be highlighted.

Speaker: Dave Wanless, Sales Development Representative, Thermo Fisher Scientific

 

A workflow for the analysis of new psychoactive substances

This presentation will cover a complete workflow for the determination of New-Psychoactive-Substances (NPS). The workflow starts with the sample preparation and goes through all relevant steps to detection with the Thermo Scientific ISQ 7000 Single Quadrupole GC-MS system showing the advantages of the advanced EI source and Analyzer Pro for Deconvolution.

Speaker: Petra Gerhards, Regional Marketing Manager Chrom Consumables, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Addressing challenges with confidence using LC-MS for clinical research

The landscape of clinical research and toxicology has evolved significantly in the past few years. The abundance of large molecules to demand for higher throughput and productivity, from addressing requirements for higher accuracy and sensitivity to ensuring ease-of-use – the challenges continue to mount. LC-MS technology offers significant advantages over most other widely used technologies by delivering accurate, sensitive, selective and reliable data that can be confidently achieved for any molecule types by users of varying expertise. This webinar will highlight some of the widely used LC-MS based solutions that leverage High Resolution Accurate Mass or Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers enabling every single clinical research and toxicology laboratory.

Speaker: Debadeep Bhattacharyya, Sr Manager, Vertical Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific 

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Advances in triple quadrupole ICP-MS for environmental analysis

With the advent of triple quadrupole technology, a new level of interference removal in ICP-MS has been achieved. The implementation of an additional quadrupole before the collision cell of the instrument allows pre-filtering of the ion beam to selectively transmit only the masses of interest, which alleviates the problem of unwanted side interference production in the cell through collisions between other masses in the sample and the cell gas. This pre-filtering capability also allows selective chemical reactions to be conducted in the cell to enhance polyatomic interference removal and, in many cases, solve the problem of isobaric overlap. In this presentation, the latest advances in triple quadrupole ICP-MS technology and how these apply to routine analysis of environmental samples will be described.

Speaker: Simon Nelms, Regional Marketing Manager, Trace Elemental Analysis, Thermo Fisher Scientific 

Maximizing your lab productivity with true high pressure ion chromatography solutions

This presentation summarizes how ion chromatography has evolved over the years into today’s multimode technique suitable for solving analytical problems in all areas of interest. The Reagent-Free Ion Chromatography (RFIC) systems with electrolytic eluent generation make it possible to perform a wide range of ion chromatographic separations using only deionized water as eluent ( Just Add water Technology ). Our top of the range, Thermo Scientific Dionex ICS-6000 HPIC system is a modular ion chromatograph, configurable as a single or dual channel system equipped with a modern tablet interface and interactive wellness features offering superior column chemistries to maximize productivity and ease of use. This presentation brings out the advantages of using the ICS-6000 in different applications.

Speaker: Seif Mohey, Technical Sales Manager Ion Chromatography, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Analysis of VOC and GRO in water using the TriPlus 500 GC-MS Headspace Sampler

Environmental testing laboratories involved in volatile organics determination in water and soil samples will benefit of the innovative design of the TriPlus 500 HS offering scalable productivity, extended recovery and data quality, at the best cost/value. Gasoline Range Organics (GRO) are highly volatile compounds that can be easily extracted from the matrix without the need for time-consuming sample preparation. These chemicals are often present in the environment, especially in ground water and soil, mainly due to contamination incidents during handling, storing or transporting oil and related products. The TriPlus 500 HS autosampler offers a very efficient extraction of the volatiles, maximizing the sensitivity in shorter cycle times. The coupling with the GC-FID configuration provides a rugged solution for quantitative determination of volatile hydrocarbons at ppb levels, representing a robust analytical tool for routine environmental laboratories.

Speaker: Daniela Cavagnino, Product Marketing Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Often there is a natural trade-off between IT demands, such as reducing the number of different systems in use (standardization) or leveraging modern technologies (like cloud), and the increased productivity and compliance demands for your laboratory.

This compromise is now over. Learn how Thermo Scientific Chromeleon 7.3 Chromatography Data System (CDS) is the first CDS to truly meet the needs of both the IT and infrastructure team and the laboratory.

Now you can standardize without compromise with global deployment, system stability and data security, and still realize significant laboratory productivity gains!

Attend this webinar to learn how Chromeleon 7.3 CDS:

  • Can deliver productivity gains of up to a third
  • Leverages modern IT technologies to ensures business continuity and streamlining in deployment and leveraging modern IT technologies
  • Offers new features that will be invaluable to your lab
Speaker: Darren Barrington-Light, Senior Manager Product Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
 
Mar 31, 2020 - Mar 31, 2020
Webinar

Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Time zone: Gulf Standard Time

The New Thermo Scientific Vanquish Core HPLC system. Achieve uninterrupted routine analysis to deliver continuous results.

Are you experiencing increased pressure to dependably deliver critical results for your organization? 

The New Thermo Scientific Vanquish Core HPLC system reduces the burden on laboratory management and operators to dependably deliver results of the highest quality without interruption and integrates into existing chromatography data systems without disruption.

  • Do you want the most affordable entry to the Vanquish platform, with the ability to seamlessly transfer methods from existing instrumentation?
  • Do you want to minimize disruption to daily lab operations? 
  • Do you want to deliver first time right results?

What you will learn:

  • Discover how to maximize of lab productivity through new dedicated tools
  • Minimize unexpected instrument downtime using the new Vanquish Solvent Monitor 
  • Learn how we have helped you simplify regulatory compliance
Speakers: Chris Tuczemskyi and David Moore, Thermo Fisher Scientific

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