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Corporate, Dynamic Light Scattering, Gel permeation chromatography, Laser Diffraction, Malvern Events, Size Exclusion Chromatography »
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 …
Corporate, Inside Malvern »
Red Nose DAY lasted a WEEK at Malvern Instruments … ! Malvern’s younger family member Luke Duffy (11 mths) assesses the properties in his Red Nose!
Teams such as Malvern Maniacs, Secret Lemonade Drinkers and Tews Company, got together to think of inventive/innovative ways to raise money for Comic Relief. In addition to the cake selling and raffles with super prizes, Malvern employees excelled themselves with games such as the Pick-a-Pope Sweepstake (116 cardinals were up for grabs!), Guess the Costume (an employee dressed in national costume) and Pin the Nose …
At Malvern we take very seriously our responsibility to the local communities in which we operate, wherever we are in the world. In the UK this is something especially close to our hearts as not only is our company named after the town in which it was founded, it is where we have our global headquarters today. This means we have been part of the community in the town of Malvern, and the wider area of Worcestershire, for more than four decades.
Malvern Instruments as a company, and the individuals within …
Corporate, Inside Malvern »
Happy Birthday Malvern!
It is hard to believe: today marks the first anniversary of our move to the custom-built Center of Excellence for our Separations product line. While it seemed that we could almost ‘get lost’ in the 22,000 square feet facility just a year ago it did not take very long to fill the space with people, equipment, and fresh ideas. It still is Malvern’s “youngest” site, and has thus seen a stream of visitors both from our other locations around the US and the world as well as from …
Since 2009, Sysmex Nederland and Sysmex Belgium are part of the international Sysmex organisation, with headquarters in Japan.
Under the former Goffin Meyvis name, the Benelux organisation has a long history as supplier of hightech analytical systems for laboratory including particle size analyzers, rheometers and SEC chromatography.
While the Sysmex product line is focused mainly on haematology and urinalysis, several other reputable manufacturers are represented exclusively by them in the Benelux area.
Their markets include medical laboratories, universities, governmental and industrial research labs, industrial in-line and off-line process analysis and environmental control.
With 100 …
The french subsidiary of Malvern Instruments reorganized itself with a new territorial division and the appointment of Hervé Calmont in the position of Account Manager for the North East of France (from Strasbourg to Lille).
We will have more time to grow our revenue and ensure customer satisfaction.
Hervé is replaced in its former position of Internal Sales by Rosa Azzeddine who joined us in March 2012 and who is now operational on all product lines.
We are pleased to announce this new geographic distribution and we invite you to email back any …
I attended the Isranalytica recently which is the major event of the analytical chemistry field in Israel. It brings together scientists from academia, a wide variety of industries and manufacturers of analytical equipment, to provide the participants of Isranalytica a total analytical chemistry platform where scientific information is exchanged and cutting-edge developments are introduced by internationally renowned scientists.
The accompanying exhibition, showcases the latest advances in instrumentation and analytical techniques and is the largest chemistry related exhibition in Israel attracting more than 3000 participants from academia and industry. ISRANALYTICA is the …
Corporate, Customer experience, Kinexus »
Thinking back to those early design meetings that the development team here at Malvern undertook at the inception of the Kinexus rheometer project, one of our key aims was to deliver a new rheometer platform that enabled total flexibility of control – to provide unique test capabilities that went beyond those previously available on rotational rheometer systems.
Market feedback was telling us that Industrial users would like the option to run under Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)-driven protocols, with ‘locked down’ tests that included specific user instructions and inputs to meet their …
A great deal happened in 2012. CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) announced the discovery of the Higgs Boson, London hosted a spectacular Olympics and the Malvern blog notched up its 2nd birthday! From lasers and light scattering to viscometers and volcanoes, it was an incredible year at Malvern. So, as we begin 2013 I’d like to say a big thank you to all the authors who have contributed to our blog and to making it such a success. I’m looking forward to reading more this year, from the serious …Read the full story »
I was reading in New Scientist (November 10th, 2012 page 5) of the discovery of a red star identical, it appears, to the star Superman’s home planet, Krypton. Red dwarf LHS2520, discovered by astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson (Yes! What a name!), is 27 light years from earth and the right, size, color, and distance to fit in with the Superman legend. This got me to thinking, as I stared into the heavens that weekend, as to how tiny we are in relation to the size of the universe. Yes, I …Read the full story »