Thank you to all participants of our October webinars. As usual I compilled the list of all our On Demand webinars of October. Just pick and choose your favorite subject!

Alternativelly you can always register for free on our website to ensure you won’t miss all our future webinars.

October On Demand webinars:

Coming up in November:

The first webinar in the list for November “Adhesion and cohesion” starts today and we already have a long list of participants so click below to join us this afternoon! 


3rd – Adhesion and cohesion

Alan Rawle will explain the basis of agglomeration and aggregation is the attraction that particles and particle groups have for one another. He’ll outline the various forms of atttaction (van de Waals, capillary etc ) and thus show how a gecko can walk on the ceiling.


10th – History and development of Malvern GPC Viscometers

This webinar will discuss the utility and benefit of adding a viscometer to your GPC/SEC system. It will also discuss the history and development of the viscometer and demonstrate how the latest design, used in OMNISEC is superior to all others on the market.


12th – Studying enzyme kinetics through Isothermal Titration Calorimetry

Barbara Zambelli, Research Associate in General and Inorganic will present this webinar focusihng on the experimental ITC-based methods to quantify kinetics and thermodynamics of enzymatic reactions. You’ll explore the methods to quantify enzyme kinetics and thermodynamics by ITC, and the possible applications of this methodology.


17th – Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) Application: Better Understanding Synthetic Nanoparticle Systems

This webinar introduces the Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) technique and how it affords useful information in various synthetic nanoparticle systems. Ragy Ragheb will discuss how NTA was used to measure the effects of certain buffers on the aggregation of liposome-insulin receptor complexes. The characterization of iron-oxide loaded polymer nanoparticles are also shown. Finally, we will briefly demonstrate how NTA can characterize other synthetic nanoparticle systems.


19th – The mathematics of image analysis

Alan Rawle will explain some of the mathematics used in converting an image into size and shape information. You’ll learn some of the routes and difficulties in transferring an image to a point in size and shape space.

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