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Avid Nano Turn to Social Media to Help Inform People About Dynamic Light Scattering

Avid Nano has announced that it has launched Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages to facilitate simple communication about topics involving Dynamic Light Scattering via its website -

Visitors to the social media pages can learn about the latest innovations and applications advances in dynamic light scattering technology, obtain information on industry trends and events, and share feedback with Avid Nano and the life sciences community.

Maria Cunningham of Avid Nano commented 'Our aim in establishing and maintaining the social media pages is to facilitate two-way dialog and flow of information about topics of interest to the DLS community'. She added 'We welcome comments and suggestions to help improve this new facility'.

Dynamic light scattering is a non-invasive technique that enables quick and accurate measurement of hydrodynamic radius, size distribution, estimated molecular weight and aggregate content of biomolecules and nanoparticles in solution or suspension. Engineered to meet the demands of today's research laboratories, the Avid Nano W130i dynamic light scattering system delivers outstanding performance from only 5µl of sample in seconds. The W130i combines ultimate measurement performance with an economical benchtop footprint, rugged durability and supreme user convenience. Avid Nano DLS systems find particular utility in applications including crystal screening, buffer optimisation, solubility screening, aggregate detection, micelle formation, engineered nanoparticles and formulation development.

Operating from its UK headquarters - Avid Nano is building a strong reputation for its technical expertise, applications support and delivering DLS systems that reliably deliver top quality results. For further information please contact Avid Nano via its website or telephone +44-1494-614659 / email [email protected].

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