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Analytical Chemistry to Quantify Municipal Wastewater Treatment Technology Performance and Benefits to Environmental Health

Date: May 24, 2017 - 15:00

Continuous improvements in GC/MS and LC/MS have revealed a stunning array of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in municipal wastewaters. What is known from global studies is that exposure to biologically active compounds, even at ng/L concentrations, can impact endocrine systems in nature and manifest as negative impacts like altered gene regulation, the presence of mixed reproductive tissues (intersex) and skewed sex ratios. Advancing Canadian Wastewater Assets (ACWA) is a research...

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Analysis of Environmental Contaminants in Water Using an Agilent 6470 LC/TQ Instrument

Date: Apr 12, 2017 - 15:00

The analytical demands for detecting organic contaminants in water at low ng/L level have pushed the development of new methodologies using LC/TQ instrumentation. In this regard, and in the last few years, advances in sensitivity and selectivity have made this challenge possible. This webinar will focus on the use of the new 6470 LC-MS-MS from Agilent Technologies for the sub ng/L level detection of several pharmaceuticals and pesticides in surface waters. Examples of optimization of several source...

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The Flipped Classroom: How to Prepare and Teach a Flipped Classroom

Date: Mar 30, 2017 - 15:00

This webinar will present the concept and rationale for using a flipped classroom to teach analytical chemistry at university level. Along with presenting methods for how to create the flipped classroom, strategies on how to conduct the class time, and engage the students will be discussed.

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Developments in Analysis of Drugs and Metabolites in Skeletal Remains

Date: Dec 6, 2016 - 15:00

Bone remains are one of the least characterized and most challenging matrices for forensic toxicological analysis. Before the forensic utility of the matrix may be fully realized, controlled experiments must be carried out. This presentation will highlight the value that UPLC-based approaches have brought to the drug analysis of bone samples. In addition, we will discuss the most recent findings in analytical developments using UPLC-QTof mass spectrometry, including: dramatic enhancements in sensitivity,...

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Peptide Hormones in Sports Drug Testing: Detection of Emerging Protein/Peptide Based Drugs by Means of LC-MS

Date: Nov 10, 2016 - 15:00

Therapeutic proteins and peptides have emerged as one of the most important classes of new pharmaceuticals. Several drug candidates with potential performance-enhancing properties are currently in preclinical or clinical development. The current version of the WADA Prohibited List includes a variety of protein/peptide-based doping agents, some of which can be detected in biological samples by using immunological and mass spectrometry-based approaches.

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Targeted, Semi-targeted and Non-targeted Screening Approaches Using UPLC/QTof Technology with the UNIFI Scientific Information System for Forensic Toxicology Analysis

Date: Dec 1, 2015 - 15:00

For high resolution MS to become accessible to the routine forensic toxicology laboratory, powerful and easy to use informatics is essential to process the large volume of data produced and successfully detect and identify components. This webinar will present on UPLC/QTof technology working in MS^E mode and the Waters UNIFI Scientific Information System for targeted, semi targeted and untargeted screening.

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Turbulent Flow Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry in a UK Laboratory: Research into Potential Applications for Clinical Chemistry and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Date: May 19, 2015 - 15:00

With advances in fast chromatography techniques, and highly sensitive and selective detection methods such as mass spectrometry, high-throughput bioanalytical methods can now be easily developed. Turbulent flow liquid chromatography was developed in the late 1990s, and combines 'size exclusion' and traditional stationary phase column chemistry to separate macromolecules, such as proteins, from smaller molecules and analytes of interest in biological fluids. In this presentation, two senior scientists from...

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Automating mass spectrometry based glycan identification and quantitation using SimGlycan software

Date: May 5, 2015 - 16:00

This webinar provides an introduction to SimGlycan software for high throughput glycan identification and quantitation. We show examples of the use of the software for LC-MS/MS workflows for 2-AB labelled glycans, processing data for quantitative workflows using the recently introduced Thermo Scientific™ Tandem Mass Tag™ Reagents. In an effort toward rapid profiling and identification of glycans, we have developed web based software modules to facilitate construction of custom databases.

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Engineered serendipity

Date: Dec 4, 2014 - 16:00

Serendipity or ‘accidental discovery’ is the absolute epitome of innovation. Vaccination, penicillin and Viagra are some famous examples of serendipitous discoveries, but did you know that the splitless injection technique, stir bar sorptive extraction (SBSE) and selected ion flow tube MS (SIFT-MS) were also discovered by clever accident? The webinar will provide basic insights into the process of innovation and how to implement it successfully using principles and tools from Lean thinking.

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