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Biolin Scientific is a leading Nordic instrumentation company with roots in Sweden and Finland. Our customers include companies working with life science, energy, chemicals, and advanced materials development, as well as academic and governmental research institutes. Our precision instruments help develop better solutions for energy and materials, and perform research at the frontiers of science and technology.
With our knowledge and instrumentation, we help our customers to perform research at the frontiers of surface science technology. We offer world class know-how, committed to scientific excellence and continuous solution development.
We are focusing on working together with the customers and building long-standing relations with a commitment to customer service and application support.
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