- The Shortlists for the Scientists' Choice Awards for Best Separations and Spectroscopy Products are Announced!
Product News: The Shortlists for the Scientists' Choice Awards for Best Separations and Spectroscopy Products are Announced!SelectScience is now inviting you to VOTE for the WINNER of the Scientists' Choice Award for Best New Separations and/or Spectroscopy Product of the Year 2011. The nominations have been counted and a short list of five in each community has been produced. These products have been voted for by SelectScience readers and used within laboratories across the world. The shortlists are as follows:
Scientists' Choice Award for Best New Separations Product 2011 ACQUITY® UPLC I-Class System
Waters Chromaster Analytical HPLC system
Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc. Nexera MP Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatograph
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments Inc. SecurityGuard™ ULTRA Guard Cartridge System for UHPLC Columns
Phenomenex Inc. Thermo Scientific EASY-nLC 1000 Liquid Chromatograph
Thermo Fisher Scientific Scientists' Choice Award for Best New Spectroscopy Product 2011 4100 MP-AES Spectrometer (Microwave Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectrometry)
Agilent Technologies Optima 8300 ICP-OES Spectrometer
PerkinElmer, Inc. SCION TQ™ Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers for Gas Chromatography
Bruker Daltonic GmbH Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Elite Hybrid Mass Spectrometer
Thermo Fisher Scientific X-MET7000 Handheld XRF Analyzer
Oxford Instruments Inc.
The winning products will be recognized as having significantly contributed towards laboratory efforts in 2011. All nominations and votes are also entered into a prize drawing to win a Kindle Fire
The winners of the Scientists' Choice Best Separations and Spectroscopy Products of the Year will be announced during the Pittcon 2012
Conference and Exhibition in March.
To register your choice and be in with a chance to winning a Kindle Fire please Vote here
Final voting closes on Sunday 19th February. The winner of the Kindle Fire will be announced shortly after Pittcon 2012 in March.