Agilent will be holding a series of Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry Educational Webinars on a wide range of exciting topics. This series will be of great interest for Imperial and will provide educational and inspirational aspects as well.

Agilent Chromatography and Mass Spec Educational Webinar Series

Interested in Atomic or Molecular Spectroscopy Applications and workflows - the Agilent Spectroscopy Workshops & Bootcamps series might be of interest to you as well.


Contact for enquiries: Dr Trevor Ferris.

We held a series of Lunchtime Seminars every Wednesday during Autumn 2019 showcasing the instrument portfolio available in the Agilent Measurement Suite at Imperial College London White City Campus.

Our aim was to enable attendees to further develop understanding of the varied instrumentation and how to use it. Contact for enquiries: Lisa Haigh. 

Wednesday 2 October  G23/4 Rob Wills inspIRational spectroscopy
Wednesday 9 October  G27 Jonny Spencer Fundamentals of Liquid Chromatography –Tandem Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry (LC-TQ)
Wednesday 16 October  G23/4 Shaun Pritchard Why use UHPLC, HPLC or prep LC. How to scale between the different modes and why?
Wednesday 23 October  G23/4 Marcus Chadha Walk-Up LC/MS
Wednesday 30 October  G23/4 Raj Bhardwaj, Graham Cleaver Introduction to the technique of GPC/SEC
Wednesday 6 November  G23/4 Richard Blankley, Donna Potts LCMS Analysis For Biopharma and Bioprocessing
Wednesday 13 November  G23/4 Alex Liversage, Nick Howe Agilent Seahorse technology –analysing real time bioenergetics of functional cell systems and their implications for cell fate/function
Wednesday 20 November  G23/4 Gordon Ross Capillary Electrophoresis: Technique and Applications
Wednesday 27 November  G23/4 Bryan White GC/QTOF: The Ultimate Chromatographic Resolution with the Power of Accurate Mass
Wednesday 4 December  G23/4 Gordon Ross, Hania Khouri The Power of High Resolution Accurate Mass Spectrometry (HRAM)
Wednesday 11 December G23/4 Rai Wahlen New analytical options for ICP-MS analysis with second generation triple-quadrupole technology
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