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April 12th, 2007

Innovation Award For Malvern’s New SyNIRgi Chemical Imaging System

Abstract:
Malvern Instruments is pleased to announce that the company has won an Innovation Award for its SyNIRgi near infrared chemical imaging (NIR-CI) system. The new award, established this year, has been given by the technical journals PROCESS, PharmaTEC and Schüttgut. Entry was open to all exhibitors at this year's Powtech/Technopharm congress held in Nürnberg, Germany from 26-28 March. Malvern's SyNIRgi was judged the winner in the Materials Analysis and Characterization section and the Innovation Award was presented at a ceremony held during the congress.

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