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An Academic Lab with ISO Certifications

TMIC is an academic Lab with ISO Certifications

TMIC is operated as an academic lab at a competitive price. Yet, we also have secured certifications and remain committed to pursuing additional certifications to provide assurance to clients regarding the quality of projects entrusted to us. We aim to be the one-stop provider for metabolomics projects, offering a guarantee of quality and instilling confidence in the outcomes delivered.

Celebrating Alberta’s Life Sciences Excellence

TMIC is proud to be an integral part of Life Sciences Week 2023 and maintains a strong and collaborative relationship with API in advancing the frontiers of life sciences research and innovation.

Exploring the World of Exposomics: Understanding Environmental Impacts on Health

Exposomics is a cutting-edge field that examines the cumulative impact of environmental exposures on our health throughout our lives. It’s based on the concept that our health is influenced not just by our genes, but also by the environment we live in. This includes everything from the air we breathe and the food we eat to the chemicals we encounter daily.

Foodomics with GCxGC-TOFMS and NMR

In TMIC, we use cutting-edge technologies and equipment to provide analytical services that are assisting the food and beverage industry to produce higher quality, more sustainable, and improved nutritious food.

It’s All about FOOD

TMIC has worked on numerous food-related projects, published a number of papers & reviews, created food databases, and offered assays & services pertaining to food.

Lipidomics Analysis

The field of lipidomics emerged in 2003 and has advanced significantly in recent years, largely due to the advent of mass spectrometry (MS).

Lipidomics for Studying Metabolism

Lipidomics offers a powerful toolset for studying metabolism by unraveling the complexity of lipid molecules and their involvement in various cellular processes.

Metabolomics in Pediatrics

How could metabolomics change pediatric health? Let’s explore these few latest publications on metabolomics in infants and children

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