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R&D 100 Award Goes to Waters ACQUITY UPC2 System
Date:7/29/2013

echnology is especially intense among firms with large laboratory operations.  In a videotaped interview, Daniel Zimmerli, a senior scientist in the Pharmaceuticals Division at J. Hoffman-LaRoche (Basel, Switzerland) talked about the potential of UPC2 Technology to cut solvent usage and, in his estimation, replace normal phase LC in "3 to 5 years".

Technological innovation, and the growth of corporate sustainability initiatives, has played a significant role in the renewed interest in SFC and convergence chromatography. A recent article on UPC2 in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News reported that the carbon footprint for manufacturing acetonitrile is substantial. With acetonitrile, a common LC solvent, costing between $300 - $400/four-liter bottle - and more than twice that to dispose of - organizations are taking a second look at their consumption of organic solvents in the laboratory. Carbon dioxide on the other hand is extracted from the atmosphere and vented to it after use. As the article states, carbon dioxide is the "greenest HPLC solvent, hands down."

Since the award competition began in 1962, Waters has won six previous R&D 100 awards for its M6000 HPLC Pump, U6K Injector, High Temperature Gel Permeation Chromatograph, Radial Compression Module, Oasis 96-Well (micro)Elution Extraction Plate, and the ACQUITY UPLC System.

About the R&D 100 Awards

Now in its 51st year, the annual R&D 100 award competition conducted by R&D Magazine honors 100 of the most technologically significant products introduced during the previous 12 months. To qualify, winning products or processes must have been av
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