Aston University completes installation of the world’s first SELECT SERIES Cyclic IMS

9th December 2019

The world’s first SELECT SERIES Cyclic IMS Mass Spectrometer has been installed at Aston University in Birmingham, UK. The instrument will be used by researchers at Aston University and across the Midland Innovation consortium to advance research into the biology of human diseases and in the discovery of new therapeutics. Researchers from a wide range of disciplines will be able to use the first SELECT SERIES Cyclic IMS Mass Spectrometer through a visiting researcher programme at Aston University.

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Pictured from left to right: Dr. Ivana Milic, a postdoctoral fellow at Aston University, Andrew Pitt, Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Chemical Biology at Aston and Corinne Spickett, Professor of Biochemistry at Aston.

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