Greetings! Upon joining Malvern Instruments as the new Director of Marketing – Americas earlier this year, I was thrilled to learn more about the many education and customer support activities that Malvern offers. In my experience, there is nothing quite as valuable as opportunities that provide genuine interactions between customers and product specialists. That being said, I am excited to announce our next series of interactive workshops meant to help you in your characterization needs.
Light scattering and GPC/SEC technologies: theory and applications
Characterization of biomolecules, nanoparticles and a broad range of emulsion materials is carried out using Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), molecular weight determinations and zeta potential measurements. This workshop will provide the background that you need from basic theory to instrumentation and measurement techniques so that you can understand the data you obtain and optimize your results.
- Research Triangle Park, NC – May 13
- Westborough, MA – May 14
- Chicago, IL – May 21
- Houston, TX – May 23
- San Francisco, CA – June 4
Complete particle characterization for the modern lab
Learn how laser diffraction particle sizing works, and how it can be successfully applied to your applications. We will also review alternative techniques such as image analysis that provide you with even more information about individual particles.
- Westborough, MA – April 30
- Santa Ana, CA – April 30
- Princeton, NJ – May 2
- Vancouver, BC, Canada – May 2
- Research Triangle Park, NC – May 14
- Columbus, OH – May 21
- Houston, TX – June 4
- Dallas, TX – June 6
We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming workshops!Edit