Jeremy Shia: Ask me about detecting polar pesticides | Behind the Science

Welcome to another episode of Behind the Science, Rock Star Edition. I’m your host, Jennifer Fournier. There is a worldwide debate going on about a very common pesticide called glyphosate. This debate is actually quite chilling because of the frequent use of this common pesticide. So in this episode of Behind the Science, knowledge is […]

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A New Direct Analysis Method for Pesticides using the Xevo TQ-XS Mass Spectrometer

Hello everyone my name is Benjamin Wuyts, I’m a Applications Chemist at Waters and I provide post-sales support to customers who are struggling with our analysis on quadrupole-based mass spectrometry instruments. Besides on-site support I’m also heavily involved in internal method development to generate fit-for-purpose solutions for challenging applications. I recently developed a method for […]

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Kari Organtini: Options for analyzing pesticides with GC-MS/MS | Behind the Science

Welcome to another episode of Behind the Science, Rock Star edition. I’m your host, Jennifer Fournier. A friend of mine got me into listening to soft melodies, which play long notes. Interesting fact on long notes. Apparently, Kenny G holds the Guinness record for holding the longest note on a saxophone– an E flat for […]

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Jeremy Shia: Choices in sample cleanup for testing pesticides in spinach | Behind the Science

Welcome to another episode of Behind the Science, Rockstar edition. I’m your host, Jennifer Fournier. Sometimes, when I’m taking the underground subway, I really enjoy listening to the street performers who make music sound beautiful in what can sometimes be a dirty place. Portable instruments allow us to take music anywhere. Wouldn’t it be great […]

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