[21 Jan 2015 | ]
An extraordinary launch from Houston, Texas!

When you think of Houston, your first thought might be ‘Houston, we have a problem’ – a (mis)quote from the Apollo 13 space mission.  Home to mission control for NASA space flights, Houston has been at the center of many high tech adventures over the last 50 years. On January 27, the Texan city will [...]

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Gel permeation chromatography, Malvern Events, Molecular size, Molecular structure, Molecular weight, Size Exclusion Chromatography, Viscotek range »

[21 Jan 2015 | ]
An extraordinary launch from Houston, Texas!

When you think of Houston, your first thought might be ‘Houston, we have a problem’ – a (mis)quote from the Apollo 13 space mission.  Home to mission control for NASA space flights, Houston has been at the center of many high tech adventures over the last 50 years. On January 27, the Texan city will [...]

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Dynamic Light Scattering, Laser Diffraction, Malvern Events, Meet the Experts, Particle size, Size Exclusion Chromatography »

[16 Jan 2015 | ]
Visiting Pittcon? Turbocharge your lab skills

Malvern Instruments is a massive fan of Pittcon, so it’s no big surprise that we’re back for more this year.  For me, Pittcon 2015 will be even better than usual, as I’m coming over to (hopefully) sunny New Orleans to attend in person!  Last year I enjoyed the exhibition from the safety of my laptop; as Malvern’s social [...]

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Dynamic Light Scattering, Electrophoretic light scattering, Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, Nanosight range, Particle size, Tech Talk, Zeta potential, Zetasizer range »

[13 Jan 2015 | ]
The Future of TV: Illuminating Quantum Dots

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took over Las Vegas once again last week, and this time, quantum dots are the hottest thing happening in TV technology.  At CES 2015 LG revealed a 4K quantum dot TV, the UF9400, quickly followed by Samsung‘s own line of Ultra HD TVs featuring quantum dots.  Sony was one of the [...]

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Electrophoretic light scattering, Tech Talk, Zeta potential, Zetasizer range »

[6 Jan 2015 | ]
Surface Zeta Potential – what it is and how to measure it

The Zetasizer Nano has an optional Surface Zeta Potential cuvette, which can be used to help gain an understanding of the charge at interfaces . The surface zeta potential cell is intended for the measurement of the zeta potential at the surface of a flat material in an aqueous environment. The Zetasizer has been around [...]

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