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Thermo Fisher Scientific Pittcon 2017 From Sample to Knowledge

| Editor: Marc Platthaus

At this year's Pittcon in Chicago Thermo Fisher Scientific presented several new instruments including a new ICP-MS system and a Raman spectrometer designed to provide simultaneous analytical data at a single measurement point. They also highlighted the first new products from their latest acquisition, electron microscopy specialist FEI.

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Dan Shine, Senior Vice President and President Analytical Instruments at Thermo Fisher Scientific: “Customers want application-specific workflows anchored by analytical instruments that are easy to use, yet powerful.”
Dan Shine, Senior Vice President and President Analytical Instruments at Thermo Fisher Scientific: “Customers want application-specific workflows anchored by analytical instruments that are easy to use, yet powerful.”
(Source: LABORPRAXIS Worldwide)

Chicago/USA – “Customers want application-specific workflows anchored by analytical instruments that are easy to use, yet powerful,” said Dan Shine, senior vice president, analytical instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientific. “We’re excited to introduce advanced instruments and tailored workflows that help more technicians and individuals across an enterprise quickly, and confidently, turn samples into knowledge.”

Capabilities Across the Biopharma Workflow

Thermo Fisher is introducing the new Thermo Scientific Icap Triple-Quadrupole Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (Icap TQ ICP-MS) system, which features powerful identification capabilities designed for analytical accuracy in a range of applications, including clinical research and pharmaceutical QA/QC. An extension of the company’s Icap line, the new-generation Icap TQ ICP-MS system combines increased power with simplified operation.