Asynt March 2023 Newsletter

Asynt March 2023 Newsletter

It’s time for the Asynt March 2023 Newsletter and there’s a lot going on so this month’s newsletter is packed full with some really useful articles we hope you’ll enjoy.

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Here are the topics for the Asynt March 2023 newsletter:

  • Understanding CSTRs plus new paper: We explain what they are, how they work, and why we use them & share the latest related paper published by University of Leeds.
  • Take absolute control – in parallel: We look at the 10 position reaction station, dubbed “lab in a box”.
  • Be part of the solution:  World Water Day 2023
  • 10% off new photochemistry tech: A great opportunity to find out about the NEW LightSyn Illumin8 heating/cooling base.
  • Breaking down barriers:  UK 18+ educational facility invests in innovative & sustainable technologies, to provide long lasting impact for learners.
  • Welcome to the team: Introducing Siobhan, and Damien – the two newest members of the Asynt team.

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See the last two newsletters below:

Asynt February 2023 newsletter Asynt January 2023 newsletter