Biotek Epoch plate reader

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Biotek Epoch plate reader

Epoch™ has a monochromator-base UV-Vis wavelength selection, offering expanded options for the life science laboratory without using interference filters, building in inherent cost savings. With its 200 nm to 999 nm wavelength range and 6- to 384- microplate reading capability, controlled with the Gen5 Data Analysis software interface, Epoch fills a void in today’s laboratory through smart design and superior features. This robust, low maintenance microplate spectrophotometer ensures even greater value over time. BioStack and 3rd party automation capability is available with the optional Epoch R model.

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  • Tosoh Hour

    14:00-15:30
    12/14/2017
    1. HPLC Products 2. Business Development and Venture Investment Our newest sponsor Tosoh will be here on December 14th. Amongst Tosoh's interests is the Separations and Purification Division.  Their scientist, Philip Hoang, will be here and would be happy to meet with you to discuss your purification challenges. He will be joined by Toshifumi Mogami and Kenichi Haga from Tosoh's Venture and Business Development Units. Tosoh is most interested in companies working in diagnostics and research tools.  Please contact Linda Eng if you'd like to meet with them. Toshifumi Mogami, PhD, is Vice President of Business Development & Venture Investment from Tosoh USA, Inc., the venture capital arm of Tosoh Corporation. Toshifumi has a background in biophysics and bioengineering. Kenichi Haga is Senior Vice President of Business Development and Venture Investment from Tosoh USA, Inc. and his background is in organic chemistry. Philip Hoang is an Account Manager of HPLC Columns for the West Coast. He is responsible for sales and support of HPLC/UHPLC columns in California, Oregon and Washington state. Philip received his bachelor’s degree in biology from California State University, Long Beach. He has five years of technical experience in the HPLC and UHPLC field, where his work focused on the analysis of mAbs and ADCs.

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