NuPlasma

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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20
May

New facilities unveiled at Nu Instruments

Nu instruments unveiled new facilities in the presence of Welsh and local government representatives, the local Member of Parliament and business leaders. The £400,000 investment, partly funded by the Welsh Government, has allowed Nu Instruments to build new design offices, demonstration and development labs as well as creating additional warehousing capacity in Wrexham. Managing Director, Alan McCall said, “The demonstration

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6
Jan

Attom HR-ICP-MS – updates to hardware and software for 2014

Nu Instruments is pleased to announce a series of revisions to Attom for 2014 aimed at improving the capability of the HR-ICP-MS for quantitative analysis. A new long lifetime fixed slit design has been implemented which has customisable widths with resolutions from 300 to >10,000. The reproducibility of slit changes and design features to improve lifetime are detailed in an

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28
Nov

Isotopic composition in ancient algae confirms atmospheric cooling 6 million years ago

An interesting article in the journal Nature  by H.M Stoll and C Bolton of the University of Oviedo, Spain,   publishes their findings on the discovery of  low levels of CO2  in ancient algae in the late Miocene period and discusses the implications for climate change and ocean ecology. Coccolithophores are unique in that they use carbon for both photosynthesis and calcification.  They

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28
Aug

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

Nu Instruments are pleased to announce the launch of  AttoLab 2.0.5 which has fixes for a number of reported issues as well as significant new functionality requested by a variety of users. The changes include: New data file structures with Date time stamps for each data cycle in standard and TRA files Exact mass position for each step in peak

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