Helen A. Castro | Authors


Compositional Analysis of Petroleum by MS

Fossil fuels are a limited resource, and the petroleum industry is always on the lookout for ways to extract more useful materials from crude oil. This session focuses on the use of mass spectrometry in the analysis of petroleum.

Mass Spectrometry in Homeland Protection

For those of you who have not yet had a chance to read Spectroscopy and LCGC?s "Homeland Security" supplement (www.spectroscopyonline.com), Tuesday morning's "Mass Spectrometry in Homeland Protection" session should provide a nice overview of the topic.

Afternoon Session MOA: MS and Accelerator MS for Human Microdosing and Metabolism Studies

In an effort to reduce the number of potential drugs that fail during clinical development, drug companies are increasingly looking to human microdosing.

Williams-Wright Award

On Wednesday afternoon, March 11, 2009, the 2009 Coblentz Society's Williams-Wright Award will be presented to Spectroscopy contributing editor Jerome Workman, Jr. for his work on molecular spectroscopy, including near-infrared, infrared, UV-vis, process analysis, and chemometrics.

The 56th Annual ASMS Conference: A Review

A summary of the five-day mass spectrometry conference held this month in Denver, Colorado.