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Picarro, Inc. Oct 11, 2007

Picarro produces ultra-trace gas analyzers for environmental monitoring, automotive emission testing and high-tech manufacturing.

Thermo Electron Jan 18, 2007

Thermo Electron manufactures mass spectrometers for isotope ratio and elemental analysis.

Savillex Corporation Jan 18, 2007

Savillex Corporation has been manufacturing PFA labware products for over 30 years.

Sable Systems International Jan 18, 2007

Small company run by scientists producing many types of instrument.

LI-COR Biosciences Jan 18, 2007

LI-COR offers the latest instrumentation for environmental research.

Geosyntec Consultants Jan 18, 2007

Founded in 1983, Geosyntec is among the top 200 engineering firms in the US with 550 employees and current revenues of approximately $100M.

Environmental Isotope Laboratory Jan 18, 2007

The Environmental Isotope Laboratory is a world class research facility specializing in the analysis of HCNOSCI isotopes in natural & man-made organic & inorganic materials.

Dynamax, Inc Jan 18, 2007

Dynamax, Inc has a wide range of products for geoscience & environmental research and is the US representative fo ADC BioScientific.

Decagon Devices, Inc Jan 18, 2007

Decagon Devices has manufactured quality instrumentation for plant & soil researchers for over 20 years.

Campbell Scientific, Inc Jan 18, 2007

For over 30 years, Campbell Scientific's rugged, programmable, low powered dataloggers have been delivering environmental data from the world's harshest climates.

Beta Analysis, Inc Jan 18, 2007

Beta Analytic Radiocarbon Dating Services. Routine delivery of AMS results within 2-3 weeks via web access.

Airborne Science & Technology Laboratory Jan 18, 2007

The Airborne Science & Technology Lab is located at the NASA Ames University-Affiliated Research Center, and is run in collaboration with the University of California at Santa Cruz.

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