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ASMS 2021 | Philadelphia
October 31, 2021 - November 4, 2021
MOBILion at ASMS 2021
Live events are back and MOBIE is making a debut!
Meet us at World Café Live to celebrate the official launch of MOBILion’s first High-Resolution Ion Mobility Mass Spec platform and kickoff your ASMS 2021 conference experience.
Innovation has been the driving force of our business from the day of its inception. Now we’re inviting you out to meet the industry’s latest disruptor, MOBIE.
Join us at Philadelphia’s premier music venue for great food, great company, great music and a stellar lineup of presentations from industry leaders and MOBILion team members.
Sunday 10/31 | 1-4pm
World Café Live Philadelphia
3025 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA
Hop Aboard the MOBIE Express
Complimentary transportation departing out-front the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
MOBILion at ASMS 2021 Week-at-a-glance
Are you up for the challenge?
Let us show you around our hometown!
Sign up for a scavenger hunt challenge around Philadelphia – sprinkled with science!
- Explore our first face to face ASMS in over 2 years
- Complete daily challenges focused on the ASMS program
- Snap selfies with some of Philadelphia’s famous landmarks
- Visit with the MOBILion team, including MOBIE!
Post your challenges to the goosechase app and social media
Up for grabs are 3 grand prizes, along with daily prizes and MOBILion swag.
Register for #wheresmobie challenge
Throughout the program stop by and meet the team at Booth 707
Tune into this page for live footage from ASMS and coverage of our events, posters, and presentations
Our first High-Resolution Ion Mobility platform integrates with Agilent’s 6500 series of Q-TOF Mass Specs.
Sign up for these Agilent sponsored events featuring MOBIE!
Monday 11/1 7:00-8:15am – Agilent Breakfast Seminar
When time matters: Ion Mobility for Biopharma
Chris Klein, Ph.D., LC/Q-TOF and IM-QTOF Product Manager, Agilent Technologies
Tuesday 11/2 7:00-9:00pm – Agilent Ion Mobility Workshop
Next-Generation High Resolution Ion Mobility (HRIM) Techniques Facilitate the Broadscale Analyses of Complex Samples
Jody May, Vanderbilt University