Tag Archives: analyticalchemistry

We are happy to introduce: Dr. Piia Liigand and Dr. Jaanus Liigand

Last week two of our PhD students, Piia Liigand and Jaanus Liigand, successfully defended their PhD theses. Both Piia and Jaanus worked intensively and successfully on understanding the ionization process in electrospray ionization source (ESI) and applying this knowledge for quantifying compounds with LC/ESI/MS without standard substances. Congratulations to the fresh doctors! Piia is continuing […]

Prof. Susan D. Richardson Emerging Contaminants: State of the Art and New Discoveries

We are happy to invite you to the lecture by Prof. Susan D. Richardson on the topic of “Emerging Contaminants: State of the Art and New Discoveries” taking place on the 14th of August 2019. Follow the event on Facebook. Emerging Contaminants Environmental research continues to expand beyond traditional, regulated contaminants to emerging contaminants, such as […]

Eurachem 2019 in Tartu was a success

Last week from 20th to 21th of May Tartu hosted Eurachem yearly workshop with the topic of “Validation of targeted and non-targeted methods of analysis”. These two days were filled with exciting presentations, insightful discussions and joy of meeting new and old friends and collaboration partners. What is happening in the field of non-targeted analysis? Eurachem […]

Standard-substance-free quantification in LC/ESI/MS is finally here

We have now gathered our knowledge from years of ESI mechanism research and bundled it with data science to provide you with the possibility to quantify analytes in LC/ESI/MS analysis without the use of standard substances.   The availability of standard substances is one of the main limitations in LC/ESI/MS analysis, especially in the fields […]