Analytica 2010

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If you're attending Analytica, please come and see us on Booth 308, Hall A2.



   
   
   

New NMR, MS and XRD instrumentation from Bruker

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Holm Kändler of Hellma describes their new products

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Jochen Knecht of Büchi introduces their latest NIR analysers

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Analytica Conference 2010

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As well as the extensive exhibition of more than 1000 international exhibitors, Analytica also offers the Analytica Conference, whose slogan is "Talking Science—Today's Knowledge for Tomorrow's Applications". This is held on the first three days of the fair (23–25 March) and features four plenary presentations and 23 symposia with speakers from Germany and abroad.

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