PLS: Discovery & Life Sciences

Meeting the demands of Omics – proteomics, metabolomics and lipidomics – and biomarker discovery research laboratories is an awesome responsibility. Waters provides advanced tools for protein discovery, characterization, quantification and validation. Hear why thought leaders turn to Waters for the best-in-class technologies that will help them meet their toughest challenges.

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Averica Discovery Services User Voice: Jeff Kiplinger, Ph.D., President, Averica Discovery Services - Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC), now available from Waters, marks a new era in the greening of chromatography.
Beijing Institute of Radiation Medicine User Voice: Baiping Ma, Ph.D., Professor, Herbal Chemistry Lab - Herbal medicine has a long history dating back thousands of years. Do the herbs also hold curative powers for modern diseases?
Duke University User Voice: Arthur Moseley, Ph.D., Director, Proteomics Core Facility - Thanks to the outstanding work of their Waters equipment, researchers at the Institute of Genome Science at Duke University are filled with many challenging questions...
Durham University User Voice: Jackie Mosely, Ph.D., Senior Research Officer, Dept. of Chemistry - University scientists survive avalanche of compounds. And come back for more...
Imperial College User Voice: Elizabeth Want, Ph.D., Lecturer in Molecular Spectroscopy - Congestion used to be a nightmare for the Department of Biomolecular Medicine at Imperial College in London (UK). Not automobile congestion, but data congestion...
Imperial College User Voice: Jeremy Nicholson, Professor, Chair, Biological Chemistry - So many molecules, so little time...
Lundbeck Research User Voice: Mark Hayward, Ph.D., Director of Analytical Chemistry and Lab Automation - When the hopes of those stricken with a crippling illness are dependent upon your research, speed becomes paramount...
Northeastern University User Voice: John Engen, Ph.D., Professor of Bioanalytical Chemistry - Problem: Scientists in need of instrument that doesn’t exist. Answer: Call Waters...
Pharmaron Beijing Limited Co. User Voice: Wenfang Miao, Ph.D., Vice President of Analytical Chemistry - Four years ago Pharmaron of Beijing, China had 20 employees. Today it has 600.
Southwest Michigan Innovation Center User Voice: Greg Cavey, Lab Manager, Core Life Sciences Laboratory - Imagine catching cancer cells before they become tumors...
University of Amsterdam User Voice: Johannes Aerts, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Medical Biochemistry - Can a rare genetic disease lead to a cure for obesity? Ask the researchers at the Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, and they'll say yes...
University of California - Davis User Voice: Julie Leary, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Biology - No doubt there are many great minds at the top pharmaceutical companies. But there are also great minds who make the work of those great minds possible...
University of California - Irvine User Voice: John Greaves, Ph.D., Director, Mass Spectrometry Facility - At UC Irvine, even students who can't say 'mass spectrometer' can run one...
University of Leeds User Voice: Alison E. Ashcroft, Ph.D., Reader in Biomolecular MS - Walk into the Astbury Centre for Structural and Molecular Biology at the University of Leeds and you will find an elite group of experts on the subject of proteins and how they unfold...
University of Michigan User Voice: Brandon Ruotolo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor - Many top minds believe that proteins don’t perform their functions individually, but rather in teams...
University of Warwick User Voice: Jim Scrivens, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Biological MS and Proteomics - Necessity is the mother of mass spectrometry. When the scientists at the University of Warwick (UK) are in need, they call Waters...

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