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Jenway Releases Four New Videos

Published: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, January 10, 2013
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New videos provide Genova Nano users with remote training.

Jenway has released four new videos that demonstrate the features of the Genova Nano Micro-volume spectrophotometer.

The videos can be accessed on the Bibby Scientific YouTube page and lead viewers through the use of the Genova Nano.

Three of the videos demonstrate how perform a standard measurement, remove the micro-volume accessory and add a printer.

Users can therefore achieve best practice from the start and be sure of getting the maximum value from the spectrophotometer by ensuring accurate and reliable results.

The final video introduces and explains the features of the Genova Nano, assisting prospective customers with purchasing decisions.

The Genova Nano is Jenway’s first three in one spectrophotometer, with the ability to function as a life science, standard or micro-volume instrument.

It is ideal for the measurement of DNA, RNA and proteins in volumes as low as 0.5 µl, and will detect DNA concentrations down to 2 ng/µl.

Protocols and results can be saved to a USB stick, and high sample throughput is achieved with a combination of fast reading times of less than 6.5 seconds and a simple cleaning procedure.

The Genova Nano is supported by a 3 year warranty that includes the Xenon lamp.

The Bibby Scientific YouTube channel allows customers to watch videos from each of the company’s Jenway, Techne, Electrothermal and Stuart brands in one convenient location.

To view the new Genova Nano videos, along with others from across the range, please visit

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