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LabLogic Systems has entered into a two-year research partnership to develop the next generation radio-HPLC flow-through detector.
LabLogic Systems has entered into a two-year research partnership with the Physics and Astronomy Department at the UK’s University of Sheffield to develop the next generation of its radio-HPLC flow-through detector.
To maintain its market position, the detector “must keep abreast of developments in the photo-multiplier tubes (PMT) that it uses for detection,” says the company’s managing director Richard Brown. "The University has considerable experience of using the latest PMT techniques in research fields such as particle physics, so we want to find out whether they can be applied to make our detector more sensitive and efficient."
Working with LabLogic on the project is University post-doctoral research assistant Tom Deakin. According to the company, he will initially spend time with the company’s customer support staff, visiting users all over the world to find out how they think their expectations of the instrument might change in the foreseeable future.
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