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Microfluidics Corporation, USA will participate in the 1st International Annual Conference and Business Meet on Nanotechnology to be held from 14th to 16th August 2009 at Hotel Gokulam Park, Kochi.
Microfluidics, USA to participate in Nanotech India 2009
India | Posted on August 10th, 2009
TTL Technologies Pvt. Ltd., exclusive representative in India for Microfluidics, will be showcasing their premium technologies and solutions during the exhibition highlighting the company's continued commitment and focus on the development of Nanotechnology.
Microfluidics will also present a technical paper on "Producing Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery Systems" in the Nanotech International Conference. Mr. David Gucwa (Product Manager - Microfluidics) involved in process applications involving ultra high energy Microfluidizer Processor equipment for 20 years, has been invited as the technical speaker for the afternoon conference session on 14 August 2009.
"Paving its way into a myriad of industrial applications across all fields of science and technology, Nanotechnology is surely an emerging field. This discipline of the diminutive and the hope of the future is growing rapidly and revolutionizing all spheres of modern life", said Mr. Joey Joseph, CEO & Managing Director, TTL Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Hopefully Nanotech India will help in creating a platform for discussion on the pros and cons that are crucial in commercializing Nanotech innovations, he added.
About TTL Technologies
Microfluidics, a division of Microfluidics International Corporation, pioneered the Microfluidizer® high pressure fluids processor which delivers unique product capabilities, including unparalleled cell disruption rates, particle size reduction to nano-sized particles for dispersions, emulsions, liposomes, and deagglomeration. Microfluidizer processors are used in research and development laboratories, as well as pilot and production manufacturing operations, where scale up on your product is guaranteed. The Microfluidizer high shear processor technology is widely used to formulate innovative new products in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food, chemical and personal care industries.
TTL Technologiesisthe foremost supplier of premium instruments from thefinest instrumentation companies around the globe. Established in 1982, as a small import trading activity within Aplab Ltd., India's leading professional electronics manufacturing company, TTL Technologieshas now grown toa powerful platform for total solutions in instrumentation. Withover 25 years experience in the instrumentationfield, TTL Technologiesenjoys the confidence of a vast range of principals such as FlukeThermo Fisher, Gigatronics, PAMAS, Infors who distribute their products through TTL.
TMI (Test & Measurement Instruments) Division of TTL Technologies caters to the needs of customers in the aerospace, military, industrial test, process industry, communications and educational sectors. The AnalyticalTest Division specializes infour key areas i.e.Life Science, Material Science, Particle Science and Laboratory Instruments. The Customer Service Division maintains a committed team of customer service and support engineers to assist its customers, right from the selection of sophisticated test instrumentation to application support, installation and maintenance of their investments. Expertise gained over the years in fields such as Metrology, Infrared Thermography, RF & Microwave, Particle Characterization, etc are channeled through qualified specialists who provide complete solutions in these areas.
The company is rated as one of the top distribution companies in Indiafor sophisticated instrumentation over the past few years.
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