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Higher Resolution Improves Top-Down Protein Identification on Orbitrap Mass Spec for Large Proteins. David Horn presents his scientific poster on the necessity for high mass resolution (>200,000) for confidence in identification of proteins above 40kDa using yeast enolase. http://www.dionex.com/en-us/webdocs/113728-ASMS12_W180_DHorn_PN63562_Obri-Elite_Proteomics.pdf

Watch this fun & educational whiteboard video to learn about the characters and history involved in gas chromatography. Learn more here: http://chrom.ms/SaFu2pk

You Can Now Access All Of Richard Feynman's Physics Lectures For Free

The lectures of Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman were legendary. Footage of these lectures does exist, but they are most famously preserved in The Feynman Lectures. The three-volume set may be the most popular collection of physics books ever written, and now you can access it online, in its entirety, for free.

AWESOME!!! scientists within Berkeley National Laboratory using laboratory X-ray crystallography beamline equipment, identify the precise conformational protein folding structures.

This webinar will discuss the impact of seamless workflow solutions; from sample preparation to GC separation and detection via new GC-MS/MS technologies and the benefit this brings to the workflow in terms of quality of results and throughput.

Watch the webinar on trace degradation analysis of lithium ion battery electrolytesto to understand how to choose the appropriate analytical instrument depending on the contaminant or analyte of interest and how recognizing a trace contaminant or degradation product can provide insight into the degradation process.

Here are four entomology research studies, each of which features gas chromatography and mass spectrometry systems. The researchers used Thermo Scientific TRACE Ultra Gas Chromatograph coupled to Thermo Scientific DSQ II Single Quadrupole GC/MS system for analysis.

New Stanford software takes Folding@home's biological research to supercomputers

By modeling protein folding, researchers hope to get detailed information that might not be available through experiments.