Quorum’s PP3010 removes the need for conventional preparation methods and allows for the observation of specimens in their natural hydrated state. This is essential for the study of biological, wet or beam sensitive specimens, and crucial for specific studies and medical advances.
Quorum’s service team was called on to make the installation in Germany at the NMI, Reutlingen, in March. Following a successful install, the team at the institute is now up and running in their research efforts.
The NMI is a member of the Innovation Alliance Baden-Württemberg. It is involved in application-oriented research at the interface between the life sciences and material science. An interdisciplinary team of scientists is developing new technologies for companies and public research sponsors in the areas of pharma and biotechnology, biomedical technology, and surface and materials technology.
The service engineer who travelled out to Germany was supported by the team back in the UK, where Quorum continues to remain operational to support their key customers and partners.
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