Tyndall is also looking for a solution for a unique class of sensitive magnetic measurements in key areas such as high-temperature superconductivity, biochemistry, and magnetic recording media. Data can be collected between H = O to ± 7Tesla and T = 2 K to 1000 K with a maximum sensitivity offering in the range of 10-8 emu. We are also looking for a dry (close cycle) cryogenic system with high throughput, which will enable us to perform faster and more sensitive measurements without the need to refill liquid helium at regular intervals.