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Ulf Nobbmann assumes role of Market Specialist, Biophysical Characterization
Malvern appoints market specialist for Zetasizer Nano protein applications
March 18, 2005
Malvern Instruments Ltd has appointed Ulf Nobbmann PhD to the new role of Market Specialist, Biophysical Characterization. Based at the company's headquarters in Malvern, UK, he will be responsible for supporting protein and proteomics sales of the company's Zetasizer Nano particle characterization system.
Ulf has been a member of the Zetasizer Nano team since joining Malvern in 2003 and in his new role will continue the development and documentation of protein applications. He has been instrumental in introducing the new proteins section of the Malvern Instruments website.
Ulf has several years experience in sales and customer support activities for dynamic light scattering products and holds a PhD in advanced optical measurement techniques, specializing in dynamic light scattering.
See www.malvern.co.uk/proteins for details.
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