Mnova: The Single Platform to Interpret All Your NMR, MS and IR Data

Research and development chemists in both industry and academia spend significant time processing, analyzing and reporting analytical data from multiple techniques and vendors. Mnova users save up to 80% of their time interacting with the data, whilst achieving higher quality results.

Overview

In this webinar, Santi will show us how Mnova can unify NMR, MS, UVIR data processing, analysis and reporting, providing a single environment for all techniques, independently of the vendors and Operating Systems, and increasing productivity and quality by automating routine, time consuming workflows. You will learn how to get more out of your analytical data and present better results with less effort, and how the combination of Mnova and TopSpin can deliver excellent quality and productivity already enjoyed by over 125,000 chemists globally.

Speaker

Dr. Santi Dominguez

Co-Founder and CEO at Mestrelab Research

Santi cofounded Mestrelab in 2004, and has been its CEO since. He has wide ranging responsibilities in customer interaction, product specification and design and team and project management. He has presented and participated in multiple NMR and Mass Spectrometry conferences, such as ENC, SMASH, EUROMAR, ASMS and ACS National Meetings.

What to Expect?

The webinar will start with a short Powerpoint presentation outlining the main features and capabilities of Mnova. Then, we will get into the software itself and we will see a range of demonstrations of real life use cases. We will cover features such as automatic processing, automatic integration and assignment as well as automatic, top quality reporting.

Key Points

  • A unified environment for NMR, LCMS, GCMS, UVIR data from all vendors, on Windows, MacOS and Linux, available at any time on any device.
  • NMR processing, analysis and prediction are combined to give you full NMR analysis in near automation, saving valuable time to do chemistry.
  • Generate high quality reports automatically with minimum interaction.

Who Should Attend?

Any users of NMR or MS data who value productivity and need to analyze the data to draw conclusions and report the results to support those conclusions. Research and Development chemists in pharma, biotech, chemical and other industries, as well as students and chemistry and biochemistry researchers in academia.

November 26th

11 am EDT / 5 pm CEST - Register

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