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Daniel Scott of Scientific Analysis Laboratories wins €500 Labmate Competition
Mar 13 2013 Read 2292 Times
At International Labmate, we like to keep our readers happy - normally by supplying all the latest news you might need for your laboratory. For one lucky winner however, we’ve gone a little bit further! Last year, International Labmate gave all new subscribers to any of its laboratory journals, the chance to win €500, by entering their names in to a prize draw. So, when Daniel Scott of Scientific Analysis Laboratories Ltd received a call to say he’d won the competition, he couldn’t believe his luck and commented: “I don’t ever win anything so this is certainly a pleasant surprise!”
Daniel had subscribed at the Fisher Science World exhibition in London. As ‘Inorganic Section Head’ at SAL Ltd (Manchester UK), one of the largest independent laboratories in Europe, he felt he absolutely needed to be kept up-to-date with all the latest news in the industry, particular as the Company is now analysing and testing samples for the Biological Monitoring, and Food & Feeds sectors at a growing rate. He subscribed to International Labmate and certainly got a lot more than he had expected. Congratulations Daniel, enjoy your winnings.
Now it’s your chance to win a Labmate readers competition! For the chance to win an Apple iPad Mini, all you need to do is download the Labmate App (available on Apple and Android devices) and when prompted upon opening the App for the first time, register your details. All subscribers will be entered in to a prize draw to win one of these fantastic gadgets - Good luck!
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