Join us in Vienna for the Ultimate Industry Event!
We’re excited to announce that Mestrelab Research will be attending ANAKON in Vienna, Austria!
Visit us at booth #5 (next to registration desk) to discover our latest software solutions, including MNOVA, MNOVA GEARS, and MBOOK. Our experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and provide live demos. Don’t miss this opportunity to optimize your analytical chemistry workflows and enhance your research!
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April 11 – 14, 2023
Freihaus Campus TU Vienna
Wiedner Hauptstr. 8-10, 1040 Vienna, Austria
Mestrelab offers a range of software benefits for chemists:
- Available for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems
- User-friendly and easy to learn unified software interface
- Seamless integration of analytical data (NMR, LC/GC/MS and electronic/vibrational spectroscopic data)
- Modular and flexible design with many optional plug-ins
- Scriptable, further customizations can be implemented using custom scripts
A sampling of Mestrelab’s software offerings and capabilities:
Mnova Suite – A “one-stop-shop” for processing and analysing data from a wide variety of analytical instruments! Our vendor-agnostic software suite is designed to import, process, and analyse NMR data, LC/MS and GC/MS data, and electronic/vibrational data using a single software, eliminating the need to use multiple vendor software interfaces and formats.
Mnova Gears – A software suite to build automation workflows for your analytical data, including NMR, MS and others. Using Mnova features and advanced plugins as the starting bricks, you can replicate Standard Operating Procedures or those boring, repetitive tasks we humans hate so much for both industry and academia.
Mbook ELN – We fully integrate laboratory analytics (NMR, LC/MS, GC/MS, electronic and vibrational spectroscopies, etc.) with our Mbook Electronic Laboratory Notebook, merging lab analytics into the ELN workflow, saving time for the chemist and avoiding the purchase and use of a multitude of software applications.