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Posted: May 18, 2009

Asylum Research Moves and Expands UK Office

(Nanowerk News) Asylum Research announced today that its wholly owned UK subsidiary is moving and expanding its offices on 26th May. Asylum Research UK opened for business nearly three years ago and its successful growth has led to the need for more office space to accommodate staff and demonstration equipment, including the new Cypher™ AFM.
The new office is located in Bicester, Oxfordshire, just 10 miles north of Oxford City Centre. The new location has excellent road and rail links, including two main train stations, and is located only two miles from Junction 9 of the M40 motorway.
Dr. Chris Mulcahy, Managing Director of Asylum Research UK said, “We are very excited about the move. The larger office and laboratory space will make room for our new Cypher AFM demo system. This new system will join the existing MFP-3D™ demo system. All in all, the new office will provide our customers with a more pleasant environment to see our AFM family in action.”
Asylum President and co-founder Roger Proksch added, “This is a great move for our UK office. With the excellent response to our new Cypher AFM, we felt it was the right time for the UK operation to expand. The bigger premises will not only accommodate both the MFP-3D and Cypher AFM’s but will also provide room for additional staff.”
Source: Asylum Research (press release)
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