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Brooks Applied Labs is Expanding!

North Creek Parkway We are excited to announce that Brooks Applied Labs has increased its footprint from 18,000 sf to 23,500 sf through the acquisition of additional space in our current complex. This expansion was necessary to accommodate the 4 new ICP-MS instruments and nearly 20 new staff that we have acquired in the past 12 months! As we grow our business into new markets, this lab expansion will allow us to ensure we can continue to meet our clients' high expectations for quality, service, and turnaround time. Our mailing address will remain the same; however, if you are visiting our offices, please contact us so we may direct you to the correct part of the BAL campus.
How BAL Uses Speciation to Complement Total Elemental Analyses

Complement Total Elemental Analyses Most regulations - whether for the environmental, pharmaceutical, or consumer product sectors - are based on the total concentration of an element present in a given sample. Many regulatory bodies and standards organizations have promulgated methods to support total elemental analyses in a variety of matrices, which can lead to the impression that providing quality data for such analyses is routine and uncomplicated. However, many methods fail to consider what impact the molecular forms (also known as chemical species) of an element may have on the accuracy of the procedure, which can lead to inaccurate analytical results. With our unique focus not just on total elemental quantitation but also on advanced speciation methodology, Brooks Applied Labs (BAL) can be trusted to provide accurate data for your project.

Where are the BAL Road Warriors This Month?

ACS Logo - Chemistry for Life The better question is, "Where are we not at this month?" Russ Gerads kicks things off in New Orleans where he is presenting on "Arsenic Speciation in Rice Products" at the BioProcess International West Logo ACS National Meeting & Expo on Sunday, 3/18. He then hops on a plane to meet up with Jamie Fox in San Francisco for the BioProcess International West conference taking place 3/19 - 3/22. That same week Michelle Briscoe will be at the ACIL P2 Conference in D.C., and Annie Carter will be in San Diego accepting our Award for Outstanding Business Achievement at the Environmental Industry Summit XVI. See more about this award in our last newsletter here, and follow us on Twitter and let us know if you will be at any of these meetings so we can connect!

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