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14 Authors of Mettler-Toledo

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Dr. René Lenggenhager

Mettler-Toledo GmbH

Dr. René Lenggenhager

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Dr. Joanne Laukart

Mettler-Toledo GmbH

studied Biotechnology at Leicester Polytechnic (UK) und graduated in Bioelectrochemistry from the Cranfield Institute of Technology (UK) in 1988. She has been working at Mettler-Toledo since 2006 and was initially responsible for Business Development at Quantos. Her main area of responsibility ...

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Dr. Klaus Fritsch

Mettler-Toledo GmbH

has worked at Mettler Toledo since 2005. Responsible for product conformity, he also holds the position of Senior Industry Consultant as regards the relevant regulations for weighing systems. Part of his remit involves active participation in committees and standards bodies. ­He is a member of ...

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Dr. Joanne Ratcliff

Mettler-Toledo GmbH

Joanne Ratcliff is Communications Project Manager for Laboratory Weighing at Mettler Toledo. With a PhD in Analytical Chemistry and 17 years at Mettler Toledo, she has extensive experience in applying automated weighing, powder dispensing and sample preparation solutions to laboratory ...

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