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PerkinElmer Instruments Relocates Headquarters To Shelton, CT

20-Jun-2001

PerkinElmer Instruments announces the relocation of its headquarters to 710 Bridgeport Avenue, Shelton, Connecticut. Previously co-located in Norwalk and Wilton, Connecticut, PerkinElmer Instruments will move both offices to the re-designed 245,000 square foot building starting June 18, ...

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PerkinElmer Instruments Completes Acquisition of Analytical Automation Specialists

05-Apr-2001

PerkinElmer Instruments today successfully completed its acquisition of Analytical Automation Specialists, Inc., (AAS), a leading supplier of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) that streamline laboratory processes and reporting. The acquisition expands PerkinElmer's capabilities ...

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PerkinElmer To Acquire LABWORKS

Fully integrated LIMS solution extends Informatics product offering

19-Mar-2001

PerkinElmer, Inc. (NYSE:PKI) announced today its intention to acquire Analytical Automation Specialists, Inc.(AAS), a leading supplier of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), which integrate information across virtually all brands of instrumentation under the brand name ...

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MHS-15 MERCURY/HYDRIDE ACCESSORY IMPROVES MEASUREMENT OF MERCURY AND HYDRIDE-FORMING ELEMENTS IN AA SPECTROMETRY

30-Oct-2000

The new, updated MHS-15 Mercury/Hydride System from PerkinElmer Instruments facilitates high-sensitivity determinations of mercury and metallic hydride-forming elements, including As, Se, Sb, Te, Bi, and Sn, using flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). This inexpensive accessory is used in ...

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