Pathtech would like to thank our forensic customers who visited our stand at the recent ANZFSS Symposium, held in Perth from the 9th to 13th of September.
CLICK HEREto read the full write up and to find out who won this years prestigious golden trophy – for “Fastest Puzzle Solver” !
Ride ‘em, Cowboy!
Pathtech invented the world’s first “Fly Vial Racking” championship, to acknowledge our fly researchers at the Australian Fly Meeting 3 years ago. Fast forward to several years later, and the championship is now ingrained as part of the Australian Fly Meeting, with researchers looking forward to beating their times every year. For this years results and to learn more about the competition, click here to read the full event article.
Return of the Pipette Ninja!
At the end of May 2018, Pathtech returned to the Florey Institute in search of the 2018 Florey Institute Pipette Ninja: the lab professional with the quickest and most accurate pipette skills. Up for grabs was $2,000 worth of prizes and in addition, the winner would receive eternal glory with their name engraved on the Pathtech-Florey Pipette Ninja cup and bragging rights throughout Florey Institute.
Would the reigning champion win again? Will last years time be beaten? Does coffee increase your pipetting speed?
CLICK HEREto find out the answers to these questions and learn more about the latest Pathtech Florey Pipette Ninja Competition.
Interested? Email email@example.com to chat about hosting a Pipette Ninja competition at your Institute or Workplace.
Focus On Forensics Newsletter 2018
In this issue, Pathtech will focus on:
Protecting our borders with the latest technology from Foster + Freeman
The DCS5 – From Crime Scene to Court Room
The arrival of the world’s first VMD1260 in New Zealand
Visualising grab mark impressions on fabric
Solving a 40-year-old cold case with the M-Vac system
NZ Police welcome brand new forensic fingerprint development technology
Recently, both the Auckland and Wellington branches of the New Zealand Police became the proud owners of the new VMD1260 System. Superseding the VMD900, New Zealand Police have become the first recipients of this new system in the world. This technique can generate an improvement of latent fingerprint development of up to 15% when compared to standard methods. To read more, please click here to read the full article or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the VMD System.
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