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  • Pine Research Highlights New Rotator at Center for Electrochemistry (CEC) Workshop

    Every year, hundreds of researchers gather at the campus of University of Texas at Austin in a two-day symposium, known as CEC (Center for Electrochemistry) Workshop.  These researchers are passionate about electrochemistry and its many areas of applications: for example, chemical sensors, batteries, photosynthesis, corrosion, catalysis, electroplating, and environment.

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  • Pine Research expands its Digital Electronic Design Department

    john_croppedPine Research Instrumentation Inc. welcomes John Castellucci as an Electrical/Electronics Engineer to the team.

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  • Pine Research Activities at 229th ECS Meeting – San Diego, CA

    Check out everything Pine Research has going on at this meeting.
    Do not miss out!  See all the events below!

    Pine Research plans to be exceptionally busy with activities this year at the 229th ECS Meeting in San Diego, CA.  We look forward to interacting with our customers, friends, and colleagues during several exciting events.  Make sure to participate in as many as possible.

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  • RRDE Semicentennial Celebration – 50 Years of RRDE

    Celbrate with us!

    Celbrate with us!

    Pine Research Instrumentation has a richly deep history with the Rotating Ring-Disk Electrode (RRDE).  As the company was designing a rotator that would spin electrodes, notable scientists including Dr. John Albery FRS, Dr. Stanley Bruckenstein, Dr. Dennis Johnson and Dr. Duane Napp were solving fairly complex differential equations that defined the physical responses of RRDE.  This team worked to find solutions for collection efficiency, ECE reactions, coupled reactions, and even more complicated systems that would be published in a series, starting in 1966.  Soon thereafter, Pine [Instrument Company] designed and produced the first commercially-available electrode rotators and RRDEs to equip the emerging community of electrochemical scientists.

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  • 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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