Perceptive Instruments Exhibiting at Nutrition Society Annual Summer Meeting
News Apr 28, 2010
Perceptive Instruments will be exhibiting at this year’s Nutrition Society Annual Summer Meeting, to be held at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, from 28th June-1st July 2010.
Speakers will present a variety of topics including exercise and protein nutrition, epigenetics and Nutrition management in special populations.
Attendees will have a great opportunity to see our products, including Comet Assay IV, Sorcerer Colony Counter and Ames Study Manager.
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