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PerkinElmer to Showcase Wide Range of Innovative Offerings at Analytica 2014

Published: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
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A comprehensive display of technologies and services for environmental and life sciences laboratory professionals will be showcased.

PerkinElmer, Inc.  today announced that several of its products will be showcased at the Analytica 2014 conference in Munich, Germany, April 1-4.  New products launched at Analytica include NexION® 350 ICP-MS and Syngistix™ for ICP-MS Software.

“With the comprehensive range of instruments, technologies and services that we offer to lab professionals focused on environmental health, pharmaceuticals, life sciences and biotechnology, we are pleased to be showcasing our capabilities to this global audience,” said Daniel R. Marshak, Chief Scientific Officer, PerkinElmer.  “The combination of our advanced detection and imaging technologies and comprehensive services help scientists make a difference by enabling them to research and gain critical insights into important environmental and human health issues.  These include cleaner air, soil and water, safer food, a better understanding of life threatening diseases, and discovering and bringing therapeutics to market more rapidly.”

Visit PerkinElmer at Analytica to learn how its technologies and services can help obtain better results in the field of chemical, thermal and mechanical analysis (Hall A2, Booth #500).


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