This month, we’ll present the first Focus on Food webinar series and Matthew Scholfield from GSK will be our guest presenter and focus on Biophysical Characterization of an RSV Antigen at Low Temperatures. PIck and choose the best webinar and if you want us to cover a particular subject, just let us know!

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November

5th – Focus on Battery Research – the importance of particle size analysis

In this webinar Anne Virden will introduce the technique of laser diffraction and show how the Mastersizer 3000 can be used to characterize battery materials.

7th – Focus on Food – Coffee Characterization

Have you ever wondered why espresso coffee tastes different to your normal filter coffee? Or perhaps how coffee taste varies across countries and continents? Have you ever considered how a coffee pod works, or what is the optimal size to grind your own coffee beans to? Stephen Ward-Smith will answer all these questions durng this webinar.

12th – Focus on Pharma: Biophysical Characterization of an RSV Antigen at Low Temperatures

Matthew Scholfield, GSK will explain how a recent study provides further detail into the physicochemical characteristics of the antigen as a vaccine candidate and deepens our understanding of its design limits.

14th – Focus on Pharma: Assessing in vitro bioequivalence: Topical formulations

In this webinar we will consider the regulatory guidance which is available for assessing the bioequivalence of topical formulations such as creams, ointments and gels.

21st – Focus on Pharma – The Zetasizer Ultra – A Novel Assay for Measuring Adeno Associated Virus (AAV)

In this talk, we’ll present AAV viral concentration and size results, the MADLS measurement principle, and the effect of sample properties, such as material refractive index and viscosity.

26th – Keys to Successful Analysis – Borate Fusion of Sand & Aluminosilicates

Gabrielle Cantin, Application Specialist Fusion will demonstrate that the use of borate fusion with Claisse LeDoser and LeNeo instruments is highly efficient in the preparation of sand and aluminosilicate samples for the analysis with a XRF spectrometer.

27th – Elemental Analysis Masterclass 3 – The Basics of Sample Preparation for XRF

This webinar will present to its viewers the basic theory and best practices around preparation of various types of samples for XRF. It will also highlight the advantages of borate fusion in comparison to powder pressing, possible for various matrix types.

Stay tuned to this blog, as more webinar information and Q&A transcripts are ever on the way!

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

Demo at your desk:

Laser Diffraction Masterclasses:

  1. Back to basics
  2. Method development: a view from the lab
  3. Configuring the Optical Model for your Material
  4. Successful method transfer
  5. Getting the most from your MS3000: advanced software features

Previously this year:

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