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Centre for Advanced Polymers Takes Delivery of Rapid Analysis GPC/SEC System

Date Posted: Wednesday, November 23, 2005

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The Centre for Advanced Polymers (CAP) has announced that it has taken the delivery of Polymer Laboratories' PL-XT 220 Rapid Analysis GPC/SEC System. 

CAP is the latest collaboration between the University of Wales, Bangor and OpTIC, St Asaph.

Professor Tony Johnson, Visiting Professor at the University of Wales, Bangor and consultant to OpTIC, specified the PL-XT 220 plus other polymer characterisation equipment from Polymer Laboratories in order to establish CAP as one of the country's premier characterisation facilities. 

The purchase was funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) made available to the University of Wales, Bangor by the Welsh Development Agency (WDA) through its Knowledge Exploitation Fund (KEF).

Further Information: http://www.polymerlabs.com

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