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  • New article in Jaas investigating the use of Atona amplifiers for U-PB ID-TIMS geochronology

    Dawid Szymanowski and Blair Schoene from the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University have submitted a detailed article investigating the use of ATONA amplifiers for U-Pb ID-TIMS geochronology. Gives an overview of the ATONA amplifiers and their practical applications in this field.  Szymanowski, D. and Schoene, B. (2020). U–Pb ID-TIMS geochronology using ATONA amplifiers. Journal of…


  • AGU 2021 | Isotopx to attend in New Orleans

    AGU 2021 | Isotopx to attend in New Orleans

    We are pleased to announce that Isotopx will be attending AGU 2021 which will be taking place from 13 December – 17 December 2021 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  AGU Fall Meeting is the primary gathering for Earth and space scientists, students, and those in affiliated fields to share scientific findings and identify innovative solutions. With in-person and worldwide…


  • Meet the Team: Steve Guilfoyle

    Meet the Team: Steve Guilfoyle

    Introducing Steve Guilfoyle, our new Sales and Marketing Manager. Steve joined the team in September after more than 20 years in a variety of analytical instrument companies. We caught up with him to find out more about his new role and what interesting hobbies he enjoys taking part in outside of work.  Tell us a…


  • Isotopx sell majority shareholding to Techcomp Europe

    We are delighted to announce that Techcomp Europe has successfully completed the acquisition of a majority shareholding in Isotopx Limited.  For the past 13 years Isotopx has been at the forefront of mass spectrometer design and innovation. The whole team at Isotopx, led by CEO and founder Zenon Palacz, are justifiably proud of their achievements…


  • Goldschmidt 2020 talk – Zeptona

    Goldschmidt 2020 talk – Zeptona

    We will be announcing the release of our new TIMS rear faraday detector, ZEPTONA, at virtual Goldschmidt this year, in addition to releasing some preliminary data.  Bridging the gap between Faraday cup and ion counting measurements – A Faraday detector with the equivalent noise performance of a 1014 Ω resistor amplifier  Link to the abstract below: …