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Thermo Fisher Scientific aims to build on existing technologies

9th March 2009

Thermo Fisher Scientific (TFS) is to build on its wide range of existing technologies and help customers reach their goals with a selection of new products it is exhibiting at the Pittcon 2009 conference.

Beginning today, the laboratory science exposition will be the venue for TFS to showcase recently developed devices expanding its consumables and workstation offerings.

Included in this range is a new benchtop liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry system, based on the company’s Orbitrap platform. This aims to be simple to operate while providing qualitative and quantitative results.

TFS will also be displaying its NanoDrop 2000 series, which is a collection of UV-Vis spectrophotometers combining unmatched analysis and micro-volume capability.

It is claimed to maintain the "simplicity and robustness of its predecessor products in the same small footprint, but with major advances in performance".

Other new products on show at TFS’ stand include those in the fields of informatics and laboratory equipment.

"Pittcon gives us a great opportunity to highlight our new capabilities for customers," said vice-president of global research and development Dr Ian Jardine.

Tomorrow (March 10th), TFS is also set to present at the Barclays Capital Global Healthcare Conference, which might yield useful information for those in science sales jobs.

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