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30 October 2018 No Comment

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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!

November

 

6th – Particle Size Masterclass: Best practice with setting your particle size specifications

In this webinar Anne Virden will look at how to choose the appropriate particle size parameter to specify product performance. To achieve this, she will describe some of the range of parameters calculated from the particle size distribution, and how they can be used with appropriate tolerances to provide robust specifications.

8th – Using rheology to characterize asphalt for roofing applications

John Casola will review some alternate testing techniques which relate to several commonly performed roofing asphalt tests. These methods will be discussed along with actual data presented from automated DSR determination of softening point, penetration, capillary and rotational viscosity measurements.

13th – Utilizing capillary rheometry in the fabrication of polymer scaffolds for tissue engineering

The webinar presented by the Professor Sanjeeva Murthy – from 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. Capillary rheometer is indispensable in the evaluation of degradable polymers that have a tight window for processing.

15th – Major advancement in the elemental analysis of metal sulfides

Traditionally most accurate analysis of sulfide concentrates of Cu, Zn, Pb, Mo and Ni is done by “wet chemistry” which is long in time and only provides result of one analyte at the time. Alexander Komelkov will explain that precise and accurate analysis of sulfidic-base concentrates could also be done with XRF technique in much shorter time and providing simultaneous results of all major and minor elements in the sample.

20th – Determining absolute particle concentration using multi-angle dynamic light scattering (MADLS)

Kevin Mattison will give an overview of the particle concentration analysis on the Zetasizer Ultra and provide some examples for liposomes and virus particles.

21st – Particle size and 21CFR Part 11 – Data integrity with your Mastersizer 3000

In this webinar we will discuss the issues involved with data integrity, using the Mastersizer 3000 as an example. Sarennah Longworth-Cook will include an overview of the Malvern Panalytical security system, which provides user access control and 21CFR Part 11 compatible audit capability, as well as discussion of the application of 21CFR Part 11 to laser diffraction.

22nd – Zetasizer Ultra and Pro – Demo at your desk

Mike Kaszuba will present the first live online product demonstration of the new Zetasizer Ultra and Pro and will show how easy it is to take measurements and assess results on the new platform

27th – Pharmaceutical Co-crystals and Chemistry Characterisation Optimisation of Drug Properties

Kim James, Lead Chemist at Concept Life Sciences, presents the advantages conferred to the discovery and development pathway through co-crystals exhibiting enhanced drug-like properties, together with the recent evolution in the FDA approach to these forms, and their viability as development candidates. Stjepan Prugovecki will cover the relevance of crystal structure in the characterisation of co-crystals and the methods for determination and refinement of their crystal structure in this collaborative webinar.

28th – Using the ASD FieldSpec® for Monitoring the Mine Environment

The presenters from the Colarodo School of Mines will focuse on the ASD FieldSpec® instrument, how it can be used to aid in determining the environmental impact of mining, and why this is important.

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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&A’s are on their way!

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

2018

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2017

Access all our webinars Q&A’s HERE