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Contact Us Information & Technical Resources

1. Interested in learning more about Thermo Fisher Scientific products? Click the link here for more information about products. 2. How do I contact Technical Support? Visit our Support page and click on the drop down menu for more options. 3. How do...

What is AppsLab?

Overview: The AppsLab Library of Analytical Applications is a fully searchable online, analytical method repository where you can find applications with detailed method information, chromatograms and related compound information. All the information ...

Compound Discoverer - Scripting node

One of the new features in Compound Discoverer 3.1 (as well as Proteome Discoverer 2.4) is the Scripting node. This node allows users to enhance their workflows by adding custom calculations in the form of e.g. R- or Python scripts. Result tables fro...

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Who is the inventor of Orbitrap?

Alexander Makarov was born in 1966 in the Siberian town of Irkutsk. From his early childhood, Alexander was interested in the development of technology using principles of nature. In his teenage years, he attempted to invent various pieces of technol...


FAQs About the Grant Central Program

Preparing for a research grant application not only requires sourcing for the right information, you want to be sure to plan ahead of time to meet the grant submission requirements and deadlines. The following are frequently asked questions related t...

Unity Lab Services and Service Resources

We take serving science seriously. Unity Lab Services™ provides a single source for integrated lab service, support and supply management. Our customized service offerings and world-class service experts have the flexibility and experience to uniquel...

The Timeline and History of the Orbitrap

1923 The Orbitrap mass analyser is rightfully considered to be one of the newest analysers in mass spectrometry (MS). Its roots, however, can be traced back to 1923 when Kingdon proposed the principle of orbital trapping. Experiments over the decades...

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