Thermo Fisher Scientific is supporting the University of Birmingham's metabolomics research
In their current series of profiling academia–industry collaborations The Analytical Scientist looks at how Thermo Fisher Scientific is supporting the University of Birmingham’s metabolomics research program.
You can read a snippet of the article with Mark Viant, Professor of Metabolomics, University of Birmingham, UK and Iain Mylchreest, vice president, R&D, analytical instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Metabolomics research at the University of Birmingham began in 2003 and now encompasses multiple research teams in the Schools of Biosciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, Cancer Sciences, Immunity and Infection, and Clinical and Experimental Medicine.
Follow the Analytical Scientist on Twitter