Happy New Year dear readers!

We’ll start 2020 with several new webinars and our most popular Laser diffraction masterclass will be the first one and a new topic of Focus on Food will be the last one this month.

Don’t forget, your registration will provide you with an automated email that contains the link to the recorded presentation.

January

21st – Laser Diffraction Masterclass – Method Transfer

In this webinar, Anne Virden will show you how we’ve taken the elements that made the Mastersizer 2000 such a popular system and built these into the Mastersizer 3000. You’ll see a lot of familiar software capability, alongside new features designed specifically to aid the method transfer process. We’ll then move on to exploring the method transfer process for a range of different samples and will show how simple it is to achieve comparable results using both systems.

23rd – Full Spectrum Analysis for Geological Exploration and Mining Using the ASD TerraSpec Halo

Join this webinar, presented by Michaela Kastanek, to learn best practices with the ASD TerraSpec Halo Mineral Identifier. We will discuss features, best practices, and tips & tricks of how to most efficiently use this portable full spectrum VNIR spectrometer to achieve quality mineral analysis results.

30th – Focus on Food – Veganuary – Food Reformulation

Steve Ward-Smith will look at the size of milk, and look at the size and charge (zeta potential) of a variety of milk and milk substitutes. Some questions that will be answered are:

  • Do they all have similar levels of creaminess?
  • Will some separate out in the fridge?
  • Are all the products the same from a size and stability standpoint?

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:

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