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January 29thh 2020

WHY NOT EXPLORE OUR NEW WEBSITE

Updated weekly with fresh content our new website is well worth bookmarking by anyone involved with polymer or particle characterization. The site has been designed to enable visitors to rapidly locate information relevant to their interest. Online resources including instructional videos, informative guides, comprehensive product information, a growing library of technical articles / interviews / application notes as well as a section dedicated to our OEM services for products developed to meet your exact needs.

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January 22nd 2020

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE YOUR COMPETITIVENESS

Backed by decades of experience, we have created, for a growing number of leading international laboratory and process instrument companies, fully optimised high-performance GPC/SEC detectors, GPC/SEC Pumps, accessories and software products customizable to meet their exact needs. Interested in discussing how our innovative proprietary technologies can improve your competitiveness?

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January 15th 2020

VISIT US AT ANALYTICA 2020

Taking place at the end of March in Munich, Germany - Analytica 2020 is acknowledged as the world's leading marketplace for products and services along the entire value chain for modern laboratory processes. It is your chance to meet our technical team on Analytica Booth A2-429, see our latest high-performance GPC / SEC instruments and detectors for polymer characterization as well as our full range of state-of-the-art scientific instruments that use scattered light to measure zeta potential, particle size, and molecular weight.

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January 8th 2020

GPC TRAINING ACADEMY

We are proud to announce our partnership with the GPC Training Academy due to take place at Tulane University in New Orleans, USA from May 13th - 15th 2020.

Attendees will learn the background and practice of Gel Permeation Chromatography as well as the latest methods, including multi-detection using light scattering and viscosity, and associated analyses. This intensive 2.5-day course offers an in-depth overview of GPC characterization, brief introduction to novel characterization techniques and methods, and a focus on individual attendee applications. New techniques, technologies and alternatives to GPC for polymer characterization will also be presented.

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