Using different color schemes in your chromatographic resolution maps can help you to see important distinctions in your data, make your figures viewable by a wider audience, and generally make your reports look more attractive. Read on as Charis Lam provides three examples of how you can customize the coloring of your resolution maps.
We talk to a team at Dow AgroSciences about their decision to make changes in their laboratory to enable more efficient screening of method parameters. Using ACD/Labs’ method development software in their process enabled the team to implement a systematic approach to method development.
As 2017 comes to an end, Daria Thorp, President and CEO of ACD/Labs, looks back the company's 23 year history, and recounts some of its notable solutions, including ACD/Spectrus, ACD/Name and ACD/Percepta. She also discusses Luminata, ACD/labs' award winning impurity control informatics solution, which was introduced earlier this year.
Gabriela Cimpan reflects on her career in chromatography with a specific look at the influence of Professor Simion Gorcan of Babes-Bolyai University. As she summarizes "Chromatography, like many other things, can be loved or hated. If you happen to love it maybe, like me, you too can attribute it to an inspiring personality in your life. I was taught a long time ago: 'Put a little passion in everything you do and you will succeed'."
In an effort to help separations scientists succeed in 2017, we decided to launch a webinar series aimed at informing the scientific community about how software can assist and improve method development strategies. Hosted by members of the ACD/Labs’ technical and scientific services team—Anne Marie Smith, Brent G. Pautler, and Karim Kassam—the webinar series consists of three 30-minute sessions on a variety of topics relating to method development.