[19 Oct 2018 | ]
Q&A from a recent Pharmaceutical Seminar

On October 2, 2018, we held a seminar entitled “Overcoming Characterization Challenges in Drug Formulation” in the Boston area.  It was a great opportunity to meet with many pharmaceutical scientists in the area and learn about their challenges and concerns.  The presentations addressed a number of topics of interest, from stability of formulations, trace phase and impurity detection, deformulation, root cause analysis, to optimizing small molecule candidate screening.  There were great questions from the audience, so we rounded up several questions and answers here to share.
How does the Mastersizer 3000 see …

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[19 Oct 2018 | ]
Q&A from a recent Pharmaceutical Seminar

On October 2, 2018, we held a seminar entitled “Overcoming Characterization Challenges in Drug Formulation” in the Boston area.  It was a great opportunity to meet with many pharmaceutical scientists in the area and learn about their challenges and concerns.  The presentations addressed a number of topics of interest, from stability of formulations, trace phase and impurity detection, deformulation, root cause analysis, to optimizing small molecule candidate screening.  There were great questions from the audience, so we rounded up several questions and answers here to share.
How does the Mastersizer 3000 see …

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Binding affinity and Kd, Customer experience, Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Isothermal Titration Calorimetry, Malvern Panalytical Events, MicroCal, Tech Talk »

[18 Oct 2018 | ]
3rd European MicroCal User Meeting – Recap

The third European MicroCal meeting was held on 13th and 14th September in the beautiful venue of the Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET) at Savoy Place, on the banks of the River Thames in London. We welcomed delegates from across Europe to share and discuss their calorimetry expertise in an agenda packed with excellent scientific presentations.
Day 1
The meeting kicked off with a morning workshop which was repeated in the afternoon session. The workshop’s focus was firmly on data quality and the importance of establishing sample integrity prior to further characterization. This …

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[17 Oct 2018 | ]
Shop for your standards, consumables, and accessories at our e-store

Welcome to the Malvern Panalytical Store

The on-line Malvern Panalytical Store is the simplest, most convenient, cost-beneficial way to order standards, consumables, and accessories for a wide range of Malvern Panalytical instrument products including Mastersizer, Spraytec, Zetasizer, and NanoSight. Buying online via the e-store allows you to optimize and enhance the performance of your instrument so that you can minimize downtime and focus on your research.
In addition to a wide assortment of items for purchase across a variety of Malvern Panalytical instrument product ranges, the e-store allows you to retrieve pricing …

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[16 Oct 2018 | ]
A bug in the system!

In this blog post, we look at the history of the software ‘bug’ and explain how not everything that appears to be a software issue is caused by the software itself. With this in mind, we examine how the new design of the Morphologi 4 and Morphologi 4-ID  has helped reduce the risk of environmental issues causing problems which may previously have been mistaken for bugs in the software.  
The term ‘bug’ was used as far back as the 1870s to describe errors or glitches in a system. Early adopters of the …

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