Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched the Mass Frontier 6.0, a software package offering sophisticated features for the management, evaluation and interpretation of mass spectra.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced an application note for the company's Flash 4000 nitrogen/protein analyser, a tool for providing accurate, reproducible and rapid nitrogen/protein determination in animal feed.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced new functionality to version 7.4 of its Thermo Scientific Watson LIMS, which enables time and cost savings to pharmaceutical companies involved in drug metabolism and pharmacokinetic studies
Thermo Fisher Scientific has extended the functionality to Darwin LIMS, its purpose-built Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) designed specifically for pharmaceutical manufacturing R&D and QA/QC.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched Lab Forms 2.5, a suite of GC/MS software aimed at specific laboratory applications.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched EasyTox 2.5, a toxicology GC/MS solution for increased productivity in routine drugs of abuse analysis
Thermo Fisher Scientific has released a new software version for the NanoDrop 8000 Spectrophotometer. The fully-featured software is available for download free-of-charge.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched MetWorks 1.2, an updated version of its metabolite identification software.
Thermo Fisher Scientific's Atlas Chromatography Data System (CDS) now supports the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, and provides LC and GC instrument control, digital data acquisition, chromatography data processing and reporting.
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