HUPO Honours Waters

October 5, 2016
Lewis Botcherby

The Column

Volume 18, Issue 12
Page Number: 8

The Waters’ scientists responsible for the development of the QTOF mass spectrometer have been honoured at the annual Human Proteome Organization.

The Waters’ scientists responsible for the development of the QTOF mass spectrometer have been honoured at the annual Human Proteome Organization (HUPO).

Consultant for Technical Research Bob Bateman and Mass Spec Technical Director and Scientific Fellow John Hoyes received the “HUPO Industrial Advisory Board Science and Technology Award” for their contributions to advancing technology for proteomics research.

“The availability of a QTOF tandem MS instrument had tremendous influence on the development of proteomics in its early days,” said the HUPO Executive Committee.

Commercially introduced in 1996, the Waters’s QTOF mass spectrometer was used in many early proteomic studies.

For more information please visit: www.hupo2016.org and www.waters.com