Upcoming Events

AOGS 2014 – Booth R18

Date: 28th July 2014End Date: 1st August 2014
Location: Sapporo, Japan

Visit us at the Nu Instruments booth R18 . Find out about our latest developments in IRMS and ICPMS technology to meet the challenges of Geoscience research.

JASIS, Booth 6A-701

Date: 3rd September 2014End Date: 5th September 2014
Location: Tokyo, Japan

JASIS is the largest trade show for scientific analytical instruments in Japan. Our product specialists will be on hand to discuss your research project and take you through the analytical capability of our mass spectrometers. 

14th Thermochronology Conference

Date: 8th September 2014End Date: 12th July 2014
Location: Chamonix, France

 This meeting will be focussed on the theory and application of fission-track, noble-gas, and other innovative thermochonometric approaches. Our  Noble Gas Product Specialist will be on hand to update you on the latest  performance  enhancements achieved on the Noblesse NG-MS. 

Nu Instruments is a British  high technology manufacturing company. We specialise in the design and manufacture of high precision mass spectrometers,  that are both technically advanced and proven to be very reliable. Our instruments have been installed in laboratories around the world.

 

Our commitment  is to satisfy the analytical requirements of our customers. To achieve this we employ a dedicated team, many of whom are highly skilled scientists and engineers. We are a growing company, one that has a reputation for putting customers first.

 

The Nu Instruments range of products includes multicollector ICP-MS, high resolution ICP-MS, stable isotope MS, Noble gas MS and glow discharge MS. If you are interested in one of these products we would love to hear from you.

CURRENT NEWS UPDATE:

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 […]



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