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Isoprime Celebrates Queen's Award

Centre for Global Eco-Innovation collaborative partner Isoprime have been presented with the 2013 Queens Award for Enterprise for achievements in International Trade. As the UK's highest and most prestigious business accolade, the Awards are conferred by HM Queen Elizabeth II, on the advice of the Prime Minister, to organisations with outstanding performance in international trade, innovation and sustainable development.

This award has been received in recognition of outstanding export sales of the IsoPrime100 stable isotope ratio mass spectrometers (IRMS) over the past five years since inception as part of the Elementar Group in 2008. In these five years, Isoprime have invested heavily into research and development which has pushed its instruments to the forefront of the field. This award demonstrates that those developments have created a high level of demand for Isoprime products both around the globe and at home in the United Kingdom.

Commenting on the award, Paul Wheeler, General Manager of Isoprime Ltd said: 'We are very proud to be placed among the leading UK manufacturers in recognition of our exceptional performance in export sales. This is a fantastic endorsement of the expertise and dedication of all of our staff based at Isoprime House in Manchester, UK, as well as our partners around the world who work hard to promote our equipment to the world's leading earth and forensic scientists. IRMS is a technique which can provide unique insight to countless fascinating questions about the world that we live in and we take great pride in knowing that our instrumentation is being used by scientists across the world. We would especially like to thank those scientists for choosing Isoprime'.

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Fri 25 October 2013