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Malvern Panalytical Webinars

30 August 2018 No Comment

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Malvern Panalytical Webinars

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Here is the list of the upcoming webinars in the coming weeks. You can register for free to all our webinars and you will automatically receive the On Demand version if you can’t finally attend the live event directly in your inbox!

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6th – Quality by Design: Principles for pharmaceutical method development

Steve Ward-Smith will outline what QbD is, how it works within pharmaceutical development, and will provide some examples of the ‘fishbone’ diagrams which show the factors that should be considered when developing methods for laser diffraction and dynamic light scattering.

11th – Adaptive Correlation: How to get better DLS data with less time and effort

In this webinar Alex Malm will introduce a new DLS data capture process called Adaptive Correlation which addresses issues to provide a more complete and accurate characterization of your sample.

12th – Demo at your desk: Morphologi 4

This online demonstration is designed to get you up close and personal with the Morphologi 4 platform. Rob Taylor will look at how a dry powder sample can be dispersed using the integrated sample dispersion unit. Then, he will run a quick measurement and take you through the software features available for interpreting the results.

13th – Biophysical and stability characterization of antibody-drug conjugates

Our guest presenter, Aditya Gandhi will summarize results from a study on aggregation of a lysine-conjugated ADC and its unconjugated mAb under accelerated heat and agitation stresses. Anyone interested in biopharmaceuticals, especially antibody-based therapeutics should attend this webinar.

18th – The benefit of capillary rheometry in the fabrication of polymer scaffolds for tissue engineering

Our guest presenter,  Professor Sanjeeva Murthy, Associate Research Professor at the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials (NJCBM) will focus on the use of capillary rheometer as a tool for optimizing the process parameters with a few grams of polymer before using up hundreds of grams in extruders.

19th – Demo at your Desk – Epsilon 4

In this webinar, Lieven Kempenaers and Michel Zoontjes will show the ease-of-use, of the instrument, from setting up a measurement, creating dedicated calibrations to analyzing routine samples. Discover what impact the new Epsilon 4 could have on your daily operations.

20th – Demo at your Desk – Mastersizer 3000

This demonstration will give you an introduction to measuring particle size using the Mastersizer 3000. You will be able to take a look at the Mastersizer 3000 and its accessories and we will share the Mastersizer 3000 software with you so that you can follow the measurement process.

25th – Rapid development of complex generics: Achieving in vitro Q3 bioequivalence through the application of physicochemical characterization methods

Paul Kippax will introduce a toolbox of physicochemical analysis techniques which are increasingly being employed to assist with the evaluation of physicochemical (Q3) bioequivalence for complex generic drug products in vitro. Example case studies will be shared, including data on topical cream and nasal spray formulations.

27th – Climate and hydrology studies leveraging ASD VNIR spectral snow albedo measurements

Our guest presenter, Dr. McKenzie Skiles is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Utah. She will discuss snow and ice applications and the use of Malvern Panalytical’s ASD FieldSpec® spectroradiometer for data measurement and analysis.

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As our webinars are quite popular, we decided to include the Q&A for some of them. You can easily access them from the list of On Demand webinars. Stay tuned to our blog as more webinar Q&As are on their way!

Here is the full list of the latest Malvern Panalytical webinars that have been presented.

2018

2017

Access all our webinars Q&As HERE