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Anatune expands into HPLC with new £1/3 million laboratory

Oct 14 2009

Anatune continues to grow with its entry into the High Performance Liquid Chromatography market. The company has recently celebrated the opening of a new £1/3 million HPLC application development laboratory and has recruited Paul Roberts, formerly of the Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science, as HPLC applications chemist. Paul Roberts joins the company after eight years at CEFAS, where he was involved in a variety of projects focused on the development of analytical methods (LC & GC-MS) for the determination and identification of emerging contaminants and hazardous substances in the aquatic environment. He previously worked at Cranfield University. Anatune is supported in its HPLC development by both Agilent Technologies and GERSTEL GmbH. Both companies have made significant investments in new HPLC products.

Anatune’s Technical Director, Bob Green, said: “The success of our Gas Chromatography business is based upon our ability to provide complete solutions to UK specific needs. Our customers have encouraged us to make this move into HPLC in the expectation that we will fulfil a similar role here. Much of our experience in automation and productivity enhancement for GC and GC-MS translates directly to LC and LC-MS, so I am confident that we have a great deal to offer.”

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