Do your objectives to go greener in LC seem difficult to achieve?
SelectScience: Do your objectives to go greener in LC seem difficult to achieve?
Would you like to know what the new trends in LC are that could help you to achieve better and greener science at the same time?
In this webinar, Dr. Andreas Otto, Agilent Technologies, will discuss how innovation and sustainability go together, and what can be done to reduce the environmental impact of your lab with significant enhancements on scientific outcomes. Topics covered will include columns and supplies selection to reduce run times and its impact on solvent and energy consumption, the different LC techniques from supercritical fluid chromatography, online LC, and a new feed injection sampler that can improve standard LC analysis.
Information about free tools that can make the maximum impact for the minimal change will also be shared.
Key learning objectives
Learn how to achieve greener and better LC analysis at the same time
Discover new LC trends that help you to achieve your goals
Find out how feed injection mode can help you to perform better chromatography
Explore the tools that are available so you can start to make a difference immediately
Who should attend?
Lab Analysts who have sustainability goals for their lab
LC users willing to improve their analysis
Chromatographers who would like to access useful tools
Presenter: Dr. Andreas Otto (Product Marketing Manager, Liquid Phase Separation Division, Agilent Technologies)
Dr. Andreas Otto has worked at Agilent Technologies since May 2018 serving in different roles. In his current position, he leads a technical product marketing team where he coordinates activities for sustainability topics in communication and product development, including third party accreditation of the InfinityLab LC portfolio for the My Green Lab® ACT labels. He is a biochemist by training and has a PhD in Microbiology. Before joining Agilent, he worked with LC and LC/MS for more than 15 years.
Presenter: Carrie Haslam (Associate Editor, SelectScience)
Dr. Carrie Haslam is an Associate Editor at SelectScience, playing a key role in content production and specializing in Materials Science, Alzheimer’s disease and Clinical Diagnostics.
Carrie completed a Ph.D. from The University of Plymouth, where she developed graphene-based biosensors for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.