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AMS blog and news

The most comprehensive collection of rigorously measured pH values of mobile phases in reversed-phase liquid chromatography

During recent years, we have been engaged in extensive investigations of the unified pH (pHabs) values of reversed-phase liquid chromatography (RPLC) mobile phases. The pHabs scale has the advantage over […]


LC-MS Validation online course 8th run has finished!

On February 8, 2024 the on-line course (MOOC) LC-MS Method Validation offered by the University of Tartu finished successfully. Eventually, altogether 1014 people registered from 109 countries. Around half of them, […]


The Institute of Chemistry was recognized for improving the quality of education

The Institute of Chemistry received an award for its consistent and systematic efforts over the past three years to improve the quality of education. One of the main goals was […]


Measurement Uncertainty online course, March 19 – May 2, 2024: Registration is open!

The 2024 edition of the web course (MOOC) Estimation of Measurement Uncertainty in Chemical Analysis will be running from March 19 to May 2, 2024. Registration is now open! The […]


Mindful Mundus: a mental health project

At the beginning of this school year, two EACH students took part in the first edition of Mindful Mundus. It’s a project aimed at the students at Erasmus Mundus programs […]