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The Analytical Research Institute for Non-Target Screening GmbH develops, uses and communicates new and innovative analytical technologies in the field of non-target screening.
The AFIN-TS GmbH has made it its business to make non-target screening and its various possibilities better known and to research it continuously. The focus of our work is on the holistic use of different chromatography techniques and mass spectrometry, especially in the field of non-target screening. By adapting the strategies developed by us to specific problems, it is possible to offer customers tailor-made solutions that allow them to use comprehensive non-target screening. Through our training and further education programs we offer you the opportunity to learn how non-target screening strategies can be further developed and thus be used sustainably.
Continuing education: We at AFIN-TS GmbH offer you a wide range of advanced training courses in the fields of instrumental analysis and non-target screening. Learn more with us about analytical separation techniques such as HILIC and SFC, mass spectrometry and strategies and concepts for data evaluation.
Technologies: Our institute is constantly developing new and innovative analytical technologies to provide a comprehensive view of complex samples. In our laboratory, we use these innovative techniques to offer customer-specific analyses of complex samples and the active transfer of the technologies to the customer.
Concepts: Our portfolio also includes comprehensive concepts for data analysis, use and backup, which allow for targeted analysis. These concepts can be used on special software platforms, which can be adapted to the customer's requirements and thus be applied in various disciplines.
- Analytical research