News

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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23
May

Nanoparticle publication in JAAS

Detection and characterisation of sub 10nm Au nanoparticles using Nu AttoM ES   Following the successful launch of the Nu AttoM ES capability in nanoparticle analysis at the 2016 Winter Plasma Conference, a paper describing a unique high sensitivity combined with fast data acquisition has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry. A novel data processing

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23
Apr

International Journal of Mass Spectrometry lead with Panorama

  Nu Instruments’ Panorama is again proving it is a ground breaking instrument by being featured on the front cover of a leading journal, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. This prestigious journal has published a paper characterising the instrument and demonstrating its exceptional resolution and isotope ratio  measurement capabilities. The two isotopologues of methane at m/z = 18, 13CH3D and

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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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28
May

UCLA welcomes the Panorama HR Stable Isotope Ratio MS

The world’s first Panorama instrument, developed by Nu Instruments in the UK, was enthusiastically welcomed by scientists and students at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Social media soon erupted with talk of the new instrument arriving at the university, as every stage of the installation process was captured and posted online. A time lapse video detailing each stage

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10
Feb

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

Nu Instruments are pleased to announce the release of Nu Quant v1.1 which contains significant new functionality including a new implementation of NICE for customised data processing for Isotope Ratios and Isotope Dilution calculations. Simple isotope ratios Ability to define complex maths for corrections Simplified replacement for the Retain() function Powerful store() function to allow cycles and sample counters and

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11
Dec

Nu Instruments unveils The Panorama HR Stable IRMS

Dec 2014 – Nu Instruments unveiled their latest mass spectrometer The Panorama. The instrument has been designed specifically to measure diagnostic ratios of the rare methane isotopologues C12H2D2 and C13H3D and is capable of unprecedented measurements of isotopic bond ordering in methane gas. A Deep Carbon Observatory initiative lead by Principal Investigators Prof Edward Young (UCLA) and Dr Douglas Rumble

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6
Nov

Nu Forensic and Environmental Science Graduate Prize

Glyndwr University’s 2014 Forensic Science graduate Alison Darby and Environmental Science graduate Nicholas Mark Heslop were awarded the Nu Instruments Industry Prize at an award ceremony during graduation week. The prize includes a glass plaque and £250 and is awarded to the most outstanding student in each subject. The photograph shows the prize winners with Nu Instruments representatives Dr Ye

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2
Sep

New version of AttoLab launched for the AttoM HR-ICP-MS

Nu Instruments are pleased to announce the launch of  AttoLab 2.6.0 and Ion Counter Firmware  v5.5 which has fixes for a number of reported issues as well as significant new functionality requested by a variety of users. The changes include: Instrument control, tuning and calibration Revised control and operation of  AttoM’s fixed slits and octupole hardware Nu Quant has now

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31
Jul

MAGNET trainees complete internship at Nu Instruments

PHD students Genna Patton and Anais Fourny from the Earth, Ocean, Atmospheric Sciences department at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, have recently completed their industry internship at Nu Instruments in the UK under the MAGNET programme.  Genna and Anais spent two weeks working with Application and Development Scientists in the Nu Plasma II MC-ICP-MS laboratory to learn about the

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