I'm happy to report the next major improvement in our research infrastructure: the new Shimadzu 2010 GCMS system was installed earlier this week.
This chromatography station will enable us to do state-of-the-art liquid and gas analysis in the Lendület project. Moreover, it will help us attract important additional funding which is a core requirement in the Lendület contract. All in all, I'm very happy about this instrument. I hope that it will see a LOT of daily use and produce nice results for us.
Ákos Kukovecz is associate professor of chemistry and Head of the MTA-SZTE Lendület Porous Nanocomposites Research Group. He works at Szeged, Hungary.