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International conference in May celebrates 25th anniversary of LUM GmbH in Berlin

30-Apr-2019

LUM GmbH is a leading international provider of innovative measurement technology for dispersion analysis and materials testing. Since the founding of the company by Prof. Dr. Dr. D. Lerche in 1994, LUM is also obliged to science. The company promotes science and technology and contributes by own ...

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LUM GmbH opens own application laboratory in Paris

02-Oct-2014

The new application lab of LUM GmbH opened in Plaisir, a Western suburb of Paris, on October, 1st 2014. „The opening of the application laboratory is the next logical step in the further development of the French market for LUM products as well as for the optimum customer service in France. It is ...

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LUM is nominated for the Innovation Award Berlin-Brandenburg 2012

Adhesion Analyser LUMiFrac is a hot favourite for a prize

29-Oct-2012

LUM GmbH is nominated for the Innovation Award with the new Adhesion Analyser LUMiFrac. From more than 100 applications LUM was nominated into the final five candidates. With the LUMiFrac® LUM, currently known as market leader in innovative analysers for direct and accelerated stability analysis ...

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Vive la France – LUM permanently in Paris, too

LUM opens an application laboratory in Paris in collaboration with ACIL

17-Jun-2011

In collaboration with the French company ACIL Sarl, LUM GmbH, Germany, opens an application laboratory in Paris. With immediate effect all French customers and interested parties are kindly invited to get latest information about LUM instruments for direct and fast stability evaluation and ...

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