In relation to Covid19, I would like to assure all of our customers that we have put in place many measures to ensure that we can support you fully going forward during this time of uncertainty.
Since starting Asynt way back in 2003 we have constantly strived to develop new and novel products for chemists, but what is it that drives us?
Last month some of the team spent the day at the Huber manufacturing plant, situated on the edge of the Black Forest in Germany, for a bit of hands on training!
Dr Kerry Elgie will be on hand at the RSC Chemical Biology & Bio-organic Group Postgraduate Symposium on 10th May 2018 at the University of Leeds. Come along and say hi!
Last Friday morning we were privileged to welcome our local MP, Lucy Frazer, to the Asynt HQ.
We can’t resist a bit of cool chemistry paraphernalia and this unique custom-made chemistry flask / tea pot hybrid that was specified by Dr Ffion Abraham is up for grabs for one lucky Asynt customer!
Dmitri Mendeleev, born in 1834 is Russia, was incredibly passionate about Chemistry and wanted to better organise the field. This determination led to his discovery of the periodic law and his creation of the periodic table of 56 elements which was organised by relative atomic masses.