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October 13th, 2005

Farfield Wins Prestigious MNT Quality Mark

Farfield is one of only six companies to achieve the highly esteemed MNT Quality Mark. This significantly strengthens Farfield’s position as a world leader in innovation and is a solid reflection of Farfields's pioneering approach to analytical measurements to meet the demands of the emerging nanotechnology market.


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