Pittcon 2016 Day 2 We had another great day at Pittcon 2016 in Atlanta today! I’ve had the pleasure of meeting with many excited scientists in the Thermo Fisher Scientific Booth (#2239) and have enjoyed spreading the news about our newest technologies. I’ve also posed for A LOT of photos. I love it! Pittcon is one of the best ways for us all to come together and celebrate our shared love of science.

Thermo Fisher Scientific is the world leader in serving science, and we have a new high-pressure ion chromatography (HPIC) system that does just that—the Dionex Integrion HPIC! Now, laboratories performing food and environmental testing, life science research and pharmaceutical and chemicals analysis can benefit from the performance of HPIC.

Scientists who visited the booth today saw first-hand how the Integrion HPIC delivers fast run-times at improved resolution or sensitivity, and how, with the Integrion, they can proactively monitor the world in which we live.

This year, we’re celebrating our 40 years of expertise and innovation in ion chromatography. The Integrion is the latest demonstration of how we’re working closely with scientists to develop solutions that they can rely on to produce accurate and reproducible results, when they need them. Plus, the new system delivers features previously available only on Thermo Scientific high-end systems, including high-pressure capability and optional electrochemical detection.

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AND … the built-in  Dionex Chromeleon Chromatography Data System (CDS) software improves the user experience and ease-of-use by streamlining the path from samples to results—easily boosting lab productivity … ahem, have I mentioned I’m a BIG fan of this software solution.

You can see the Integrion for yourself on the show floor by viewing our Pittcon 2016 videos. And keep checking back for more, we’re posting them throughout the show.

Until tomorrow, fellow scientists!