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Mr Paul Robbins joins the Anatune Team


Anatune is pleased to welcome Mr Paul Robbins, Support Engineer, who will be working alongside a really great team in the Support Department.  Please let us introduce him to you.

Paul has an honours degree in chemistry from the University of Northumbria and began working as an analyst with Akzo Nobel (International Paints) in Newcastle, where he used a variety of chromatographic, spectroscopic and wet chemistry techniques.

Paul also worked for Sanofi for several years developing bio-assay methods for use in clinical field trials.

For the last twelve years he has worked as a Service Engineer with both Jaytee Biosciences and Agilent Technologies; carrying out repairs and preventative maintenance on a wide range of chromatography instruments from most of the main manufacturers.



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