Sysmex Asia Pacific hosted Singapore Polytechnic Field Trip at its office

Sysmex Asia Pacific for the benefit of young biomedical student community hosted Singapore Polytechnic students Field Trip at its Tampines office on 25 November 2014. About 50 final year biomedical science students from Singapore Polytechnic accompanied by their lecturer Mr Desmond Ng visited Sysmex Asia Pacific Tampines office and attended lectures, instrument demonstration tours conducted by our team experts.

These soon-graduating Polytechnic students introduced to the analytical principles and technology behind Sysmex instruments in hematology. They were also introduced to various other fields of diagnostics which Sysmex is reshaping with its advanced technology and expertise. Sysmex Hematology, Urinalysis, Coagulation, Clinical Chemistry, Immunochemistry and Life Science products and technologies were explained to these students.

In order to let the students have a better understanding and actual working experience with our analyzers, instrument demonstration tours were also conducted. We showcased the Sysmex analyzers: XN-9000, UX-2000, CS-2100i, RD-100i and BM-6010c.

It was exciting to see how students were engaged in the various activities and Mr Desmond Ng appreciated the whole program and feedback to us, “The students had enjoyed the lectures and demo sessions, and also the food! I have never seen them so attentive in class and almost everyone was engaged in the lectures. They had been continuously talking about Sysmex after leaving your office. This visit had certainly provided them with more understanding/knowledge in Sysmex instruments.”

Introducing Sysmex Technology and Product Features

 Introducing Sysmex Technology and Product Features

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 Instrument Demonstration Tours

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