Los Alamos Project ATHENA creates surrogate human organ systems
Waters ion mobility quadrupole time of flight mass spectrometer.
10 kHz repetition rate laser but no TOF/TOF like the ultrafleXtreme (and yes the instrument is tall).
Professor Michael Paul from Racah Institute of Physics at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation Distinguished Lecture Series
Lectures from the Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award to Sarah Trimpin, recorded during Pittcon 2013 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Monday, March 18, 2013.
Sarah Trimpin, “New Ionization Methods for Mass Spectrometry for the Characterization of Biological Materials Directly from Surfaces”
Charles McEwen, “Inlet Ionization: Utility and Mechanistic Aspects”
Donald F Hunt, “Innovative Technology for the Identification of Post-Translational Modifications”
Scott McLuckey, “Selective Gas-Phase Ion Chemistries for Mass Spectrometry and Tandem MS”
Many more Pittcon videos are here.
Ron Heeren, “Molecular Signaling Studied with High Resolution Imaging MS”
Dieter Drexler, “Aspects of Imaging Mass Spectrometry in Pharmaceutical Applications”
Kevin L Schey, “‘Seeing’ the Future of MALDI Imaging in Ocular Tissues”
R Graham Cooks, “Imaging Mass Spectrometry: Ambient Tissue Analysis for Cancer Diagnostics”