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Environmental Mass Spectrometry for Sustainable Water Resources: A Mass Spectrometry Summit and Workshop
Co-sponsored by Waters Corporation, Milford, MA USA and the University of Nebraska Water Sciences Laboratory, Nebraska Water Center, a part of the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute, Lincoln, NE

Fresh water supplies throughout the world are vulnerable to contamination from a variety of agricultural, industrial and municipal chemicals. Research on the impact of these substances and their degradation products once released into the environment requires the capability to accurately identify and measure low levels of these “micropollutants” in water and environmental samples.

Waters Corporation, along with the University of Nebraska Water Sciences Laboratory, now celebrating its 30-year anniversary, is pleased to offer a series of 90-minute on-line seminars focused on recent advances in research on micropollutants using advanced mass spectrometry techniques. Join us for this series of free workshops exploring how environmental mass spectrometry can be used to provide sustainable water for everyone’s future. Registration can be made for the full series, or individual sessions.


October 7, 2020
• Diana Aga, PhD, NYSU Buffalo Chemistry
• Randolph Singh, PhD, University of Luxemburg Environmental Cheminformatics

October 21, 2020
• David Alvarez, PhD, USGS Columbia Environmental Research Laboratory
• Keil Brinster, Waters Corp

November 4, 2020
• Frank Dorman, Waters/Penn State
• Kari Organtini, Waters Corporation

November 18, 2020
• Mike Meyer, PhD, USGS Organic Geochemistry Laboratory
• Larry Meeker, Waters Corporation

December 2, 2020
• Stuart Oehrle, PhD, Waters Corporation
• Chasity Love-Nkansah, Syngenta Corp

December 16, 2020
• Daniel Snow, PhD, University of Nebraska Water Sciences Laboratory
• Gordon Fujimoto, Waters Corporation


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