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Don’t miss our webinars this March. This complimentary educational program is presented by experts from inside and outside of our organization. Register for free; if you can’t attend the live event you will automatically receive a link to the on-demand version via email!

March

6th – How to avoid common pitfalls when measuring particle size

In this webinar, Steve Ward-Smith answer questions such as ‘What are the most common mistakes when measuring particle size?’ and ‘How can these mistakes be avoided?’. Make sure to join if you want to measure particle size more confidently.

12th – Demonstration – Continuous hydrodynamic particle size from the nano to the micro-scale: Capillary dynamic light scattering

Anyone interested in hydrodynamic particle size of dispersion, should attend this webinar, presented by Jason Corbet. During this in-depth presentation, we will dive into Dynamic light scattering (DLS) as a ubiquitous tool for the characterization of hydrodynamic particle size in dispersion.

14th – Aggregates and particles in therapeutic protein products: Causes, characterization and control

Discover robust methods to effectively understand and control aggregate formation through the analysis of nano- and micro-particles. Presented by our guest speaker John Carpenter, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Co-Director of the Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, University of Colorado – Denver.

19th – Discover Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis

To those considering using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) and wanting to learn more about it, Tom Dennison will bring the knowledge on how to enhance their research. Also current users who are looking to keep up to date with the latest best practices for improving accuracy and precision of concentration measurements will benefit from this presentation.

20th – Trends, Technologies and Applications of Field Spectrometry

Susan Parks will unpack some new technologies and trends in the area of field spectrometry for a variety of qualitative and quantitative applications. If you have an interest in learning more about field spectrometry, then this webinar is for you.

28thGet the most out of your HighScore(Plus) with the latest functionalities and improvements

HighScore (Plus) is a powerful and versatile tool, with many analytical features. If you have any questions, then this is your chance to put your questions to our experts Thomas Degen Ph.D. and Scott Speakman Ph.D., and bring your knowledge of HighScore (Plus) to a higher level.

 

Stay tuned to our blog, as more webinar information and Q&A transcripts will be on the way!

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

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