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[ 07.06.11 ]
ICMAT Event Report
Analytical Technologies was at the 2011 International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT) at the Suntec Convention Centre last June 26 to July 1.
The Analytical booth had a Single Dip Coater from KSV Nima and a Mini-Ram Portable Raman unit from B&WTek on display for demonstration as well as presentations on Ultrasonic Coating. Joining us were Jimmy Jin, Application Scientist from Biolin Scientific and Dr. Marcus Swann, Chief Scientific Officer from Farfield who shared their expertise with the participants who dropped by the booth.
Analytical Technologies would like to extend our thanks to the organizers for having us as well as everyone who stopped by.
[ 09.24.07 ]
Molecular In-Vivo Imaging Seminar - A Success!
We would like to extend our thanks to everyone who attended the Molecular In-Vivo Imaging Seminar (jointly presented by Analytical Technologies Pte Ltd and Berthold Technologies) which was held at the Portsdown Room, Singapore Science Park 1.
The participants were treated to half a day of seminar, the first part of which included a talk on In-Vivo Imaging and the Berthold NightOwl II.
Applications on In-Vivo Imaging were tackled on the second part of the seminar.
As there was a working NightOwl II present, the participants were then treated to a hands-on session, where bioluminescence was measured as emitted from a leaf specimen.
We would also like to acknowledge Mr. Ivo Que, from Leiden University Medical Center and consultant for Berthold Technologies, who conducted the seminar and shared his expertise with the rest of the participants.
This event would not be a success without your presence, and we would like to thank everyone - the researchers, faculty and students from various universities and research centers - who participated.
[ 08.15.07 ]
Analytical Technologies holds Molecular In-Vivo Imaging Seminar
Analytical Technologies Pte Ltd together with Berthold Technologies, jointly presents a Seminar on Molecular In-Vivo Imaging, to showcase the applications of the NightOWL II LB983.
The seminar will be held on August 23, 2007 at the Singapore Science Park 1, Portsdown Room from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. A schedule of the shuttle bus route to the seminar venue can be downloaded here.
Mr. Ivo Que, Bioluminescence and Fluorescence consultant from Berthold Technologies will be conducting the event.
To register, send your name and contact number via email or fax (6746 0661). No registration fee is required, and registration ends on August 20, 2007. For further inquiries, please contact Analytical Technologies.
To view the event poster, please click here.
[ 06.01.07 ]
Thank You for Visiting Analytical at Semicon Singapore 2007!
Analytical Technologies Pte Ltd would like to thank everyone who visited our booth at Semicon Singapore 2007.
The Analytical Booth showcased high-technology equipment and products for the semiconductor industry. Many of our customers and visitors had the chance to have a hands-on experience at the equipments and products we had on display, among these are the MM-16 ellipsometer, Contact Angle and Surface Tension instrument and Particle Counters.
It was a great three day event for us, and to everyone who visited and we've met - a big THANK YOU from all of us at Analytical!
[ 04.24.07 ]
Welcome to Analytical’s new face to the world… If you are reading this, then there is little need to say we have a new webpage… you have seen it & you are in it. What is important to us however and therefore hopefully to you is, how easy is it to navigate and how helpful it is in assisting you with your business needs and support. Any feedback on your thoughts or further requirements would be of great value to us and received with appreciative thanks. Please contact us initially by email by clicking here
[ 04.24.07 ]
AFIS in Royal Thai Police
It has taken over 2 years of dialogue and evaluation, but all came to fruition when Analytical and Spex Forensics, a division of Horiba Jobin Yvon, installed and commissioned a new AFIS (Automatic Fingerprint Identification System) system for the Royal Thai Police in Bangkok. Initially armed with desk-top & several note-book version of this most accurate of fingerprinting system, the RTP are now in a position to not only compare prints held within its data base, but make immediate checks of suspects at ‘scene-of-crime’ sites. For further information on this system please visit: http://www.jobinyvon.com/usadivisions/Forensic/printquest.htm