Implen Installs the 2000th NanoPhotometer Unit

Munich, Germany and Westlake Village, CA (August 31, 2012) – Implen GmbH and Implen, Inc. are proud to announce the sale of the 2000th NanoPhotometer® unit. The NanoPhotometer® P-Class is an All-in-One spectrophotometer with proven micro volume (0.3μl) and cuvette performance. Optimized mainly for quantification and purity assessment of nucleic acid and protein samples, the NanoPhotometer® P-Class Read More

Implen Releases the NanoPhotometer P-Class, All-in-One microvolume spectrophotometer

Munich, Germany (October 24, 2011) – Implen GmbH announces the release of the 3rd generation NanoPhotometer® as a full line of micro volume spectrophotometers for laboratories involved in protein and nucleic acid quantification. The even more All-in-One NanoPhotometer® P-Class includes NanoVolume (0.3ul) analysis, cuvette capability, built-in vortexer, and standalone operation. The NanoPhotometer® Read More

IMPLEN GmbH achieves ISO 9001:2008 certification

implen-achieves-iso-certification Munich, Germany (January 12, 2011) – Implen GmbH is very pleased to announce that it has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification in December 2010. IMPLEN has been awarded this designation by TÜV SÜD for meeting the guidelines set out by the International Organization for Standardization. With a clear focus on customer satisfaction IMPLEN is committed to provide Read More

Sample Analysis now with only 0.3 μl – NanoPhotometer Pearl

Implen, a World Leader in Nanotechnology Announces the Launch of the NanoPhotometer™ Pearl, setting the new standards for Sample Size, Speed and Accuracy of Spectrophotometers. Munich, Germany and Westlake Village, CA, USA (September 15, 2010) – Spectrophotometrical analysis of small sample volumes is increasingly popular in the nanotechnology scientific environment. With the new Read More

Implen NanoPhotometer – A Vital Forensic Tool

Implen GmbH announces that scientists at the National Centre for Forensic Science at the University of Central Florida have developed a novel blood analysis technique using the NanoPhotometer® which facilitates the direct analysis of blood stains as part of a criminal investigation. So far, there is no generally accepted procedure available that enables forensic scientists to determine the age of Read More