RFIC High-Purity Eluents & Reagents for Environmental & Pharmaceutical Applications (Webinar)

submitted by: Chrom Solutions
This webinar provides an overview of reagent-free ion chromatography (RFIC) technology, its uses and benefits through key environmental and pharmaceutical applications, and how to spend less time on eluent preparation, method verification, troubleshooting and consistency checks, and more time on your analysis. Speakers: John Madden, Richard Jack, & Yan Liu from Thermo Fisher Scientific. Visit http://bit.ly/zOsoyd for more information.

EPA 525.2 for the Analysis of Organic Contaminants in Water (Webinar)

submitted by: Chrom Solutions
This webinar reviews EPA Method 525.2 (SPE-GC-MS method) for the analysis of organic contaminants in drinking water. In order to achieve the low detection limits, water samples are extracted and concentrated prior to injection into the GC-MS. Automated systems remove the laborious, less accurate steps of vacuum systems and at the same time, save solvent and cost less overall. Speakers: Beau Sullivan (Santa Clara Valley Water District), Richard Jack (Thermo Fisher Scientific). Visit...

New Approaches for Analysis of Amino Acids by Liquid Chromatography (Webinar)

submitted by: Chrom Solutions
The focus of this webinar is to help laboratories evaluate different approaches to high-speed amino acid analysis with liquid chromatography with regard to speed of analysis, sample preparation requirements, matrix elimination requirements, sensitivity, and cost per analysis. Examples from nutrition science and fermentation technology are discussed. Speakers: Andreas Dunkel (Technische Universität München), Frank Steiner (Thermo Fisher Scientific). For more information, visit:...

Improving Production of Saba, Lakatan and Latundan Cultivars in Different Cropping Systems

submitted by: UP Los Baños
Discusses the project development framework developed to improve local banana production. Existing packages of technologies for the producgtion of local banana culivars were assessed, validated and refined to fit the requirements and conditions of small banana growers. Project won the Best Paper, PARRFI Development Award given by the Los Banos Science Community Foundation, Inc. By Edna A. Aguilar, Jose Nestor M. Garcia, Nelly S. Aggangan, Juliet A. Anarna, Patrick M. Rocamora, Leonardo L....

Catherine Campbell (Noblis) at the 2012 SFAF Meeting

submitted by: JGI

Catherine Campbell on "Finishing and Special Motifs: Lessons learned from CRISPR analysis using next-generation draft sequences" at the 2012 Sequencing, Finishing, Analysis in the Future Meeting held June 5-7, 2012 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Research 102 What I didn't learn in my research methods course

submitted by: UP Los Baños

Documentation of the special seminar of Dr. Mia Lustria, Associate Professor at the College of Information and Communication, Florida State University during the DEVC 299 Graduate Seminar Series held July 19, 2012 at SEARCA, UPLB Campus, Philippines