The University of Torino’s Department of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences has used Elementar technology to deliver important advantages for its soil research.
The Department of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (DiSAFA) of the University of Torino performs essential research into biogeochemical cycling of elements in soils. Its Stable Isotope Lab has invested heavily in Elementar solutions over the past decade to improve its analytical capabilities and support this important work.
Learn in our Customer Spotlight how DiSAFA has been able to unlock reliable performance, accurate results and ease-of-use benefits thanks to its longstanding partnership with Elementar.
We were one of the first Italian clients of Elementar back in 2010, when we acquired one of the first vario TOC cube instruments sold in Italy. Since then we have built a relationship of trust with Elementar, thanks to the particular interest they show towards their clients.
Dr Daniel Said-Pullicino, head of DiSAFA’s Stable Isotope Lab
Learn how the University of Torino has invested in Elementar technology over the last decade to carry out varied soil cycling research and establish a trusted open-access research laboratory.
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About the University of Torino
The Università degli Studi di Torino (University of Torino) is one of Italy’s oldest and most prestigious universities. Its Department of Agricultural, Forestry and Food Sciences carries out multidisciplinary research to drive innovation in the agriculture, forestry and food sectors, both locally and internationally.
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Department of Agricultural, Forestry and Food Sciences (DiSAFA)