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450-year-old metal analysed at the nanometre level for finer detail of corrosion mechanism

09-11-2012

Corrosion products of a 450-year-old archaeological metal were investigated at the nanometre level using scanning transmission x-ray microscopy by scientists in France and Canada. The work is on a much finer scale than others, which usually analyse the microscale with methods like transmission ...

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Eurofins completes 2012 Laboratory Expansion Plan

08-10-2012

Eurofins announces that as part of its commitment to developing and maintaining the most modern and efficient laboratory network in the industry, and in preparation for market growth, the Group has successfully completed its laboratory expansion plan for 2012, on time and on budget. The ...

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A new chapter in optics

Gamma-rays for in-depth probes

16-05-2012

They can be bent after all: In defiance of a decades-old assumption, gamma-rays can be focused with lenses. The discovery opens up a range of potential applications – from monitoring of nuclear waste to new cancer therapies. Gamma-rays are extremely powerful electromagnetic waves that are far ...

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Plant-based plastics

Roquette's GAÏALENE industrial unit fully operational

24-02-2012

The Roquette Group is now becoming a major plant-based plastics player. It has successfully launched its first industrial production unit for GAIALENE® plant-based plastics at its main site in Lestrem (Pas-de-Calais). The construction of this industrial unit with a capacity of 25,000 tonnes was ...

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Eurofins signs definitive agreement to acquire majority stakes in Institut Pasteur de Lille subsidiaries, IPL SED Nord and IPL Invest.

06-10-2011

Following the signing of an exclusive discussion agreement with the Fondation Institut Pasteur de Lille (IPL), Eurofins Scientific announced that it has signed a definitive, mutually-binding agreement on to acquire a 67% stake in each of its two subsidiaries, namely IPL Invest and IPL Santé ...

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Eurofins announces the inauguration of its Nantes laboratory extension turning it into the largest single-site independent food testing laboratory in the world

26-09-2011

Eurofins Scientific inaugurated a 3,000 m2 extension to its laboratory in Nantes, France. The extension was completed in early summer and turns Eurofins Nantes into the largest single-site independent food testing laboratory in the world, with 11,500 m2 total laboratory surface and capacity to ...

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Eurofins signs an exclusive agreement with the Fondation Institut Pasteur de Lille towards a partnership in the environmental testing field

21-07-2011

Eurofins Scientific announces that it has signed an agreement on the 19th of July, 2011 to enter into exclusive discussions with the Fondation Institut Pasteur de Lille towards a partnership including the acquisition of its subsidiaries, IPL Invest and IPL Santé Environnement Durable Nord (IPL ...

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Biogas plant for META-BIO Energies

New French biogas plant will produce green energy and supply biomass for use in high-quality fertiliser products

28-06-2011

During 2011, Xergi’s French subsidiary, Xergi SAS, will supply a biogas plant to the French bio-energy company META-BIO Energies in the town of Bel-Air de Combrée in western France. French Caisse des Dépôts participates in the project with an equity of up to 23 per cent of the share capital ...

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Vive la France – LUM permanently in Paris, too

LUM opens an application laboratory in Paris in collaboration with ACIL

17-06-2011

In collaboration with the French company ACIL Sarl, LUM GmbH, Germany, opens an application laboratory in Paris. With immediate effect all French customers and interested parties are kindly invited to get latest information about LUM instruments for direct and fast stability evaluation and ...

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New synchrotron technique could see hidden building blocks of life

31-05-2011

Scientists from Finland and France have developed a new synchrotron X-ray technique that may revolutionize the chemical analysis of rare materials like meteoric rock samples or fossils. The results have been published in Nature Materials.Life, as we know it, is based on the chemistry of carbon ...

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