“An Introduction to Mnova Gears – a flexible and extensible platform for the automation of analytical tasks”
Our colleague Dr. Gary Sharman provided an introduction to the Mnova Gears automation platform, a simple yet powerful tool for automating your spectroscopic and chromatographic analyses and reporting.
This was the first in a series of Mnova Gears related seminars which are planned. Later seminars in the series will go into various aspects of the platform in more detail, and share more in depth use cases.
This webinar provides an introduction to the Mnova Gears automation platform, a simple yet powerful tool for automating your spectroscopic and chromatographic analyses and reporting. It describes the main concepts and features of the tool, the available plugins, and provide a number of easy to follow of examples of how it can be used for typical analyses involving NMR and LCMS data.
What to expect
A simple explanation of the tool and examples of how to use it that should empower you to go away and start using it yourself. Future seminars in this series will cover more advanced functionality such as customization with scripting, and real world examples from users.
- Learn how to automate routine analyses at the sample or batch level
- Find out about the range of plugins available and the scope of their application
- See real and relevant examples demonstrated in a way that would allow you to implement them yourself
Who should attend?
Researchers and analysts in pharma, biotech, fine chemicals or academia who have analytical chemistry processes (large or small scale) that they would like to automate. Scientists who are tired of spending time on routine analyses and want to free up resources for more challenging tasks.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Dr. Gary Sharman
Senior Scientific Director
Gary joined Mestrelab in June 2020, following 20 years working in major pharma companies within the field of analytical chemistry. Gary specializes in NMR, LCMS and data management and has worked on many real world projects involving automation of sample analysis.
Extended bio about Dr. Gary Sharman.