Trainer and Consultant Richard Stokes has been admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, in recognition of his work in the chemical sciences.
Dr Diane Turner will be giving two presentations at Lab Innovations on 31st October - 1st November 2018 in Birmingham, UK.
We currently have a vacancy for a Training Course Co-ordinator with an immediate start. This is a part-time role and involves planning and organising our scheduled training courses, supporting non-scheduled and consultancy work and performing other company administrative tasks.
In August, two practical HPLC & LC-MS workshops were run at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in Kenya, in collaboration with the Royal Society of Chemistry Pan Africa Chemistry Network and the Recycling Organisation for Research Opportunities charity.
At the end of May 2018, Dr Diane Turner visited Pendragon Primary School in Cambridgeshire, UK to facilitate a fun day of forensics with the Year 4 and 5 classes.
We are delighted to announce approval of our Agilent single-quadrupole and triple-quadrupole GC-MS training courses by the Royal Society of Chemistry for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
These CPD-approved courses take place as scheduled courses and all of them can be taught onsite, with tailoring as required.
- Comprehensive GC-MS Training (Agilent SQMS with MassHunter) - register now for 1st October
Dr Simona Nicoara, a Research Associate at The Open University and Dr Imran Janmohamed from Anthias Consulting presented meteorites from The Open University outreach meteorite collection at two UK primary schools.
For the perfect introduction for absolute beginners to ICP, join our 1-day Absolute Basics of ICP-OES & ICP-MS course on 16th July. The course will cover the what, why, where, when and how of ICP-OES & ICP-MS. .
We are very pleased to announce approval of our Agilent GC training courses by the Royal Society of Chemistry for CPD.
These are practical hardware and software courses which are based both within classroom and laboratory environment, with a maximum of 6 people.
The Agilent GC with OpenLAB ChemStation is running at The Open University in Milton Keynes on 30th April – and this can be attended as a full 4-day course, or the individual 2-day hardware and software courses. Find out more and register here.