Register Your Interest: Photochemistry in Flow Webinar

Register to attend the FREE Photochemistry in Flow Webinar NOW!

As part of Asynt’s new photochemistry range, we are very excited to announce the upcoming Photochemistry in Flow Webinar where scientists at the University of Leeds will join us to introduce the latest product collaboration between themselves and Asynt.  (Registration form below-scroll down).

Combining key features of the fReactor benchtop Flow Chemistry system, with high powered UV/LED technology from the University of Leeds, a new powerful tool for those wishing to combine Photochemistry and Flow Chemistry will be available very soon.

Martyn Fordham gives us a brief introduction in the short video below:

You can view the fReactor webinar mentioned in the video above online here: https://www.asynt.com/products/flow-chemistry/freactor/freactor-flow-chemistry-kits/ and if you’d like to read more about applications carried out with the fReactor platform, view published white papers and much more, you can visit the dedicated website at www.fReactor.com that is regularly updated by the inventors at the University of Leeds.

If you’d like to know more about this exciting new product please join us for the upcoming FREE Photochemistry in Flow webinar.

Photochemistry in flow webinar July 2021 with Asynt and the University of Leeds

When and where?

Taking place online on Tuesday 20th July 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM (GMT), you can register to attend now by simply completing the short form below!  You’ll then be sent your joining information to the email address you confirm.

Register now!

Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to be amongst the first to find out about this accessible new Photochemistry & Flow Chemistry tool!

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