[25 May 2016 | ]
Upcoming Webinar: John Carpenter discusses silicone oil-induced protein aggregation and immunogenicity

We’re lucky here at Malvern Instruments to have a large number of customers and collaborators who are happy to share their experience of using our technologies for an ever-expanding range of applications.  Some co-write peer-reviewed papers with us, others help us create application notes, whitepapers and customer stories, and some choose to present webinars as part of […]

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[25 May 2016 | ]
Upcoming Webinar: John Carpenter discusses silicone oil-induced protein aggregation and immunogenicity

We’re lucky here at Malvern Instruments to have a large number of customers and collaborators who are happy to share their experience of using our technologies for an ever-expanding range of applications.  Some co-write peer-reviewed papers with us, others help us create application notes, whitepapers and customer stories, and some choose to present webinars as part of […]

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[24 May 2016 | ]
Recap of PEGS Boston, the Essential Protein Engineering Summit

I recently had the pleasure of participating in PEGS Boston, the 12th anniversary meeting organized by Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI).  The meeting was at Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Massachusetts, from April 25-29, 2016. I was joined by my Malvern colleagues Bob Coyne (Archimedes Technical Specialist), John Rodolewicz (Life Sciences Account Manager for New […]

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[19 May 2016 | ]
Malvern at Analytica 2016!

Lesen Sie diesen Blog auf Deutsch GREAT TO MEET YOU! What really matters? Building relationships From the point of view of an exhibitor, exhibitions often mean long days, lots of coffee and sometimes blistered feet if you happen to be wearing the wrong shoes.  Despite this, they are mostly enjoyable and rewarding experiences, providing lots […]

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[17 May 2016 | ]
The Kinexus gets a manicure…

Over the last few years, the nail polish industry has really opened up its beauty box of tricks, and on the market today, to name but a few, we see nail polishes with “magnetic, gel, matte, glitter, crackle, stamping, quick-dry, caviar, sponge, color changing, leather and sandy” effects. There are also nail polishes with kale, […]

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