Imspex will be attending the 36th BMSS annual meeting 2015.
The 2015 BMSS Annual Meeting will take place at the vibrant campus of the University of Birmingham, from Tuesday September 15th to Thursday September 17th. This year’s meeting will have a strong emphasis on connections, featuring sessions from the individual Special Interest Groups (SIG’s), joint sessions with BSPR and the Metabolomics Society in addition to more general main sessions, designed to attract a wide audience and range of submitted abstracts. The Maccoll Lecture (at the conference start, on the evening of the 15th) will be delivered by Professor Ron Heeren, the Wednesday plenary Professor Brian Chait, closing with the Professor Ian Wright, principal investigator in the Rosetta space mission. There will be a full poster session, featuring the Barber/Bordoli prize awards. The meeting will also feature a full exhibition with involvement of over 30 industry partners.
Imspex will be showcasing the full GAS GC-IMS range where it will be a chance to meet and greet our experienced team of professionals. Find out how our GC-IMS SILOX is able to measure ultra low levels of siloxanes in complex biogas matrices which has been a significant challenge for the biogas generation industry . Discover the FlavourSpec system ideal for solving the analytical questions in the food and beverage industry such as food freshness and flavour evaluation and stability, and beer analysis of elements that produce distinctive tastes and flavours present in beers and many more. So join us at BMSS to find out how the latest IMS technology can help solve your analytical questions and challenges.