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Organic Division North West Regional Meeting 2017

Dr Kerry Elgie will be representing Asynt at the Organic Division North West Regional Meeting in Manchester on Wednesday 24th May 2017. With a wide range of apparatus on hand to take a closer look at, and a great range of speakers this RSC event should be one you won’t want to mis! Continue reading

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Compact 8-Position Parallel Synthesizer – DrySyn OCTO

DrySyn OCTO parallel synthesizer PR

Asynt has launched the DrySyn OCTO 8-position parallel synthesizer – a convenient, entry-level product for chemists wishing to conduct synthetic reactions under an inert atmosphere with temperature control, reflux and powerful magnetic stirring. Continue reading

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DrySyn Evaluation: Laura Spawls, University of East Anglia

DrySyn Evaluation:

“I like the DrySyn Scholar, because they negate the need for oil baths, thereby reducing mess and increasing the ease of use for students.

They are well made (survived many a student drop) and robust, whilst there versatility is demonstrated by fitting on many different Hotplate Stirrers. Also the bases allowing different sizes of inserts.

For these reasons, I’m looking to buy more DrySyn Scholars as a safe and effective tool to enhance our teaching laboratory.”

Mrs Laura Spawls, Teaching Co-ordinator, University of East Anglia

 

 

Join us at the ACS Spring 2017

Dr Arran Solomonsz and Martyn Fordham will be representing Asynt at the Spring ACS in San Francisco from 2nd to the 5th April 2017. Join them at booth #1428 to see a wide range of the Asynt catalogue and our innovative laboratory solutions. Continue reading

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#AsyntChemistry Spring Giveaway

Asynt Springtime Giveaway Chemistry

We really appreciate that we get the opportunity to know our amazing customers over the years. One thing we’ve realised over time is that many of you do enjoy a seasonal treat!
This Springtime we’re making the most of the edible goodies and seasonal silliness around here on our website and on our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages. Continue reading

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The sweet smell of Springtime!

chemistry of flower scents Asynt chemistry blog March 2017

Despite my lack of laboratory experience or chemistry knowledge (unlike our amazing sales team) I often get curious about the relative chemistry for the time of year and any big events on the calendar and with the sweet smell of flowers starting to tease my nose I wanted to find out why each blooms scent is so different. Continue reading

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