Antonio Serna-Sanz is a Software and Application Support Specialist in EMEA. He is responsible for making the link between science and SCIEX products, helping our customers to better understand all the possibilities that SCIEX technologies can offer to make science possible. In his free time, Antonio enjoys cycling, for this is where he comes up with some of his best ideas for projects, talks, or solving problems. He also enjoys spending time traveling with his family.
How would you describe what you do at SCIEX to your family and friends?
“I am responsible of making the link between science and SCIEX products, helping our customers to better understand all the possibilities that our SCIEX technologies offer to make science possible.”
What are some of the biggest game changers you see in the advancement of mass spectrometry as it relates to SCIEX?
“One of the big players could well be the new era of Big Data and the Internet of Things. In the near future, we will all generate vast amounts of data; we may even have domestic mass specs monitoring air quality at home, food, or tap water. The power of info is sharing it. We are all surrounded by chemistry and mass spectrometry is the key to a better understating of it. Marie Curie said that 'Scientists believe in things not in persons', I believe in chemistry and in biochemistry.”