Environmental Mass Spectrometry for Sustainable Water Resources

Co-sponsored by Waters Corporation, Milford, MA USA and the University of Nebraska Water Sciences Laboratory, Nebraska Water Center, a part of the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute, Lincoln, NE

April 14, 2021 10:00 am CDT Zoom Meeting
May 12, 2021 10:00 am CDT Zoom Meeting

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We are excited to offer a new series of virtual symposia focusing on advances in analytical mass spectrometry, and applications for environmental science. New developments in mass spectrometry are giving scientists powerful
new tools for identifying and quantifying legacy and emerging chemical contaminants, important in our efforts to protect our environment and food supplies.

You will hear from leading experts on topics ranging from applications for emerging contaminant monitoring, screening for non-targeted PFAS chemicals, and water quality testing.

The Spring Workshop series begins in March and continues into April and May. Each session will feature two presentations focused on analytical and technological advances in environmental mass spectrometry.

Please make time to join us at Wednesday, March 10th at 10:00 am CST for our webinar focusing on APGC-MS/MS applications. Dr. Bernard Crimmins from Clarkson University will explore detection and identification of emerging contaminants in environmental matrices using High Resolution MS techniques. Then, from our state-of-the-art demo laboratory in Milford, MA, you will get a firsthand look at the latest analytical technologies in action for dioxin analysis as our technical experts walk you through the key components of the APGC-TQ-XS system.

Date and time Topic/Theme Speakers
April 14, 2021 10:00 am CDT Understanding the world of PFAS
  • Jeremy Koelmel Yale University School of Public Health
  • Marian Twohig, Waters Corporation
May 12, 2021 10:00 am CDT Contaminants of concern for safe water supplies
  • Susan D. Richardson, Arthur Sease Williams Professor of Chemistry / Environmental
  • Janitha De-Alwis, Waters Corporation