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Bibby Scientific will demonstrate instruments at Fisher Activate Science around the UK

Bibby Scientific will demonstrate instruments at Fisher Activate Science

Bibby Scientific is pleased to be participating in the Fisher Activate Science roadshow in October and November 2012

The show aims to help attendees advance their research by introducing them to the latest scientific equipment and consumables. There will be interactive demonstrations of instruments from Bibby Scientific’s Stuart, Jenway, Electrothermal and Techne brands.

These will include the Techne 3Prime and 3Prime G thermal cyclers, Jenway’s Genova Nano spectrophotometer, Stuart’s SCT1 temperature controller and undergrad hot plate stirrer setup as well as the Stuart SM5 mini stirrer. Bibby experts will be on hand to answer questions on how the instruments can meet the individual needs of laboratory users.

Bibby Scientific will be attending the Fisher Activate Science shows at Sheffield University (31st October), Liverpool University (15th November) and Glasgow University (29th November).

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