[28 Jul 2014 | ]
20 essential resources for protein scientists

We’re excited to be hanging out at the Protein Society 2014 Symposium this week in San Diego, California – if you’re there, come see us at booth 207 . Our portfolio of instruments to aid in biopharmaceutical research has grown significantly in recent years, thanks to innovation from our Bioscience Development Initiative as well as acquisitions of [...]

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Protein Aggregation, Protein Mobility, Tech Talk »

[28 Jul 2014 | ]
20 essential resources for protein scientists

We’re excited to be hanging out at the Protein Society 2014 Symposium this week in San Diego, California – if you’re there, come see us at booth 207 . Our portfolio of instruments to aid in biopharmaceutical research has grown significantly in recent years, thanks to innovation from our Bioscience Development Initiative as well as acquisitions of [...]

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Archimedes, Resonant mass measurement, Tech Talk »

[24 Jul 2014 | ]
Monitoring Protein Aggregation & SubVisible Particles – Your Questions Answered

Thank you to everyone who joined us on 26th June, for the webinar “Protein Aggregation – Bridging the SubMicron Gap.” We held this webinar because we know that the formation of protein aggregates is a particular concern for parenteral administration biopharmaceuticals due to increased immunogenicity, and that as a consequence, companies increasingly need to monitor levels of subvisible particles [...]

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Archimedes, Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, Nanosight range, Resonant mass measurement, Tech Talk »

[22 Jul 2014 | ]
Life in a (micro) bubble

Last week I attended the 4th Microbubble Symposium hosted by the Leeds Microbubble Consortium at University of Leeds in the UK. The meeting focused on the Fabrication, Characterization and Translational Applications of Microbubbles. I went along to hear about the latest developments in this fascinating area of research and to share my ideas on how [...]

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[17 Jul 2014 | ]
Are you a scientist who’s scared of social?

You may think that social networking is not for you.  As the social media manager at Malvern, I know from experience that the proportion of the scientific community actively using social networks is lower than for many other occupation groups.  If you do use those sites, you most likely see them as part of your personal life, strictly [...]

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