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Ellutia opens training centre in UK

By Staff reporter

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Related tags: Gas chromatography, Chromatography

Ellutia to host training at GC Excellence Academy
Ellutia has opened a training centre at its 15,000 sq. ft. facility in Ely, Cambridgeshire.

The gas chromatography supplier said the GC Excellence Academy will host courses by Royal Society of Chemistry-approved trainer, Anthias Consulting and Ellutia-led sessions by its technical experts.

Anthias Consulting will be doing its one day course ‘The Absolute Basics of GC and GC-MS’ and the more involved ‘5-day Complete GC and GC-MS’ training in January 2018.

Ellutia’s experts will offer sessions for customers and others to cover application areas including brewing, food safety and environmental analysis.

Chromatography is an analytical technique used to separate a mixture into individual components.

Andrew James, Ellutia’s marketing director, said mastering the use of modern GC instruments and maximising their potential is a key objective for scientists, students and researchers.

“We are looking forward to offering a range of courses at our new GC Excellence Academy to provide insights and training to customers, students and other scientists with the goal of advancing GC knowledge and expanding the use of this highly versatile technique.”

The facility was opened earlier this year to consolidate its offices, labs, production and warehouse space into one site.

Ellutia (Formerly Cambridge Scientific Instruments) has been developing and manufacturing chromatography instrumentation and providing gas chromatography for more than 20 years. 

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