Last week at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry conference in Seattle, Waters unveiled a new category of mass spectrometers that differentiates ions by size and shape, as well as mass. The firm is initially targeting structural biologists, but company officials believe uses for the new technology will ultimately be determined by researchers employing it in a variety of applications.

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