We have experience in working with environmental, food and human matrices where we have a number of research projects and collaborations with industry and public partners, both domestic and foreign.
Chemical fingerprinting can be used to obtain a more informative picture of the cocktail of chemicals in the environment
With chemical fingerprinting we can potentially find new biomarkers for exposure in non-target screening approaches.
To enable uniform production or to optimize the processes, it is necessary to understand the process itself
Chemical Fingerprinting makes it possible to see the whole picture regarding the quality of the product
We apply the fingerprinting techniques to assess the effects of bioremediation strategies, natural attenuation, and to distinguish these effects from different weathering processes