Jamie Hall

31
Jan

Dr Philip Freedman OBE collects prestigious award

Nu Instruments are extremely proud to announce that our co-founder, Dr Philip Freedman, has received the OBE awarded to him in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2016. Dr Philip Freedman OBE was recognised for his services to the Scientific Instrumentation Industry and to the Economy in Wales. Dr Freedman was invited to the Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Friday 27th

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10
Jan

New version of Nu Quant software launched for Attom HR-ICP-MS

Nu Instruments are pleased to announce the release of Nu Quant v2.1 which contains a significant new charting ability for NICE scripts. The way that NICE can access isotope information has also been modified to make it easier to develop scripts which can easily be reused for different elements and isotopes. To receive a download link for this new software

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10
Aug

Nu Instruments Acquisition

Nu Instruments Ltd has been wholly acquired by the Materials Analysis Division of AMETEK; a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices. The acquisition reflects the success of the company to date, and offers potential for growth in the future. AMETEK specialise in buying successful scientific companies and helping them to grow further, supported by a robust international

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6
Jul

Nu Instruments’ founder receives OBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Nu Instruments are extremely proud to announce that our chairman and co-founder, Dr Phil Freedman, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2016, for Services to the Scientific Instrumentation Industry and to the Economy in Wales.   Phil’s incredible technical and scientific prowess has driven forward the growth of Nu Instruments, which began in a single room

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15
Feb

Nu for 2016: State of the art Nanoparticle analysis using Nu AttoM ES

Nu for 2016: State of the art Nanoparticle analysis using Nu AttoM ES Updates to the AttoLab data acquisition and Nu Quant data processing software has given AttoM the significant new capability of nanoparticle analysis. Data can be acquired continuously with dwell times as low as 10µs. This offers state of the art analysis as the dwell times are significantly

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