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Yearly Archives: 2015

  • And the Winner is….

    Waterfalls

    Laurence Danis from McGill University

    Congratulations Laurence!  What a hard decision! We had some amazing pictures submitted for our “Where In The World Is Dr. Reducks” contest; a true illustration of our customer’s creativity. After a company-wide vote (including our manufacturing plants), we are pleased to announce the winning picture. Congratulations to Laurence Danis and the rest of her group at McGill University.

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  • Pine Research Exhibits at SERMACS-SWRM, Memphis, Tennessee

    Pine Research Instrumentation will attend SERMACS-SWRM a combined Southwest Region Meeting and Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Memphis, Tennessee, November 4-6.   A wide variety of symposia topics from Analytical, Biological, Chemical Education, Computational, Inorganic, Medicinal, Organic, Physical, and Polymer Chemistry will be discussed.  ACS.1

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  • Win a WaveNow Potentiostat

    “Where in the world is Dr. Reducks?” Contest

    WITW_web1It’s your chance to win a potentiostat!  Pine Research Instrumentation launched it’s “Where in the World is Dr. Reducks” contest October 1, 2015.

    Entries are nothing more than photos of Dr. Reducks with YOU posted on Dr. Reducks Facebook page between Oct 1 – Nov 30, 2015. The most interesting, exciting and unique picture wins!  Details of the contest can be found here.

    GOOD LUCK!

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  • Dr. Royce Murray’s Last Defense

    Last DefenseCongratulations to Katie Michaux at the University of North Carolina! The newly-minted Dr. Katie Michaux is the final graduate student of Dr. Royce Murray (whose career in training electrochemists at UNC spans 50 years!). Katie’s final defense was attended by several previous generations of Murray graduate and post-doctoral students, and a good time was had by all.

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  • Pine Research Celebrates 10 Years in North Carolina

    Experiment_Top-ImagePine Research celebrated 10 years in the Raleigh/Durham North Carolina area. July 1, 2005, Pine Instrument Company, headquartered in Grove City, PA, expanded its Research Instrumentation division to what’s internally known as “Pine South”.  The team has grown significantly the last decade with the introduction of new products & services supporting electrochemical research.

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