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May

5th – The Analytical Chain: Value of Smart and Easy Sample Preparation for Elemental Monitoring in Mining and Ore Processing

This webinar will show you how a complete solution from Malvern Panalytical can simplify and speed up the necessary sample preparation steps and enhance the quality of the results. It is a fact that preparing mineral samples as fused beads enhance the accuracy and precision of XRF analytical results, and for this reason this webinar will focus on the technique. 

6th – Focus on Vaccine Development 3 – Increasing the Efficiency of Vaccine Development Through Appropriate Selection of Storage Conditions at the Pre-Clinical Stage

Dr. Matthew Scholfield from GSK will demonstrate the central role of DSC, as part of a panel of biophysical methods, in generating information that can be used to minimize waste and refrigeration costs during both the development process and product life-cycle, and also inform the selection of storage-appropriate excipients during the post-clinical formulation process.

7th – Focus on Pharma – XRD Masterclass 2: In situ Stability Studies

Natalia Dadivanyan will give an overview of the accessories that are required for in situ stability testing, discuss prerequisites for such studies and provide a few examples of successfully performed investigations.

8th – Expand your research applications using powder X-ray diffraction

Join Dr Daniel Lee to attend the second webinar of the XRD series if you are interested to harness a better understanding of XRD analysis and interpretation

12th – Optimizing the performance of titanium dioxide and other pigments for your paints, pigments, plastics

During this webinar, Tamal Mukherjee will share some tips that manufacturers can engage to fully optimize the use of their pigments for high-performance products. Our application specialist will draw reference to pigments such as titanium dioxide as well as other organic pigments.

14th – Isothermal Titration Calorimetry Enables Rapid Characterization of Enzyme Kinetics and Inhibition for the Human Soluble Epoxide

This webinar presented by Professor Maria R (Sasi) Conte and Dr. Giancarlo Abis will describe the method, present the data generated, and discuss any troubleshooting and optimization that was required.

14th – Staying resilient amidst Covid-19 in the mining and minerals sector

This webinar is dedicated to those in mine site mapping, laboratory, process and quality control as well as research teams. Dr. Uwe König will discuss the available tools in the context of the mining process, from mine site planning to sorting, recovery and beneficiation.

18th – Delving Deeper Into AAV Attributes: Enhanced Characterization Using Multiple Technologies

This webinar will explain how Dynamic Light Scattering, Differential Scanning Calorimetry and multi-detection SEC (SEC-MALS) can be used as orthogonal and complementary technologies for enhanced characterization and generation of multi-parametral stability profile of rAAV samples.

19th – Demo at your Desk: Nano-particle Size & Concentration Measurements

Join us from the comfort of your own home! Maryam Hussain will provide an overview of the NanoSight NS300 for nanoparticle size and concentration measurements using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA). You will get to see the instrument and software performing tests, demonstrating the easy-to-use yet advanced capabilities of NanoSight.

20th – Focus on Vaccine Development 4 – Virus: Vaccine and VLP Characterization with Nano-particle Tracking Analysis (NTA)

This is the last webinar of the series presented by Jonathan Mehtala will demonstrate how the NanoSight system helps them devise a solution.

20th – Introduction to Dynamic Light Scattering

If you are interested to improve your R&D / manufacturing process and gain more knowledge about the applications of particle size distribution using DLS? Register to this webinar presented by Dr. Anand Tadas.

21th – Accelerating the Development of Orally Inhaled and Nasal Drug Products (OINDPs)

This webinar presented by Paul Kippax will discuss the novel analytical methods available from Malvern Panalytical which can be applied to the characterization of OINDPs in order to speed candidate formulation development. 

21th – In the forefront of mining: from bauxite to alumina to aluminum

Being able to efficiently sort and blend bauxite while ensuring optimal and profitable extraction of available alumina. Those are the top concerns faced during bauxite mining and minerals processing. Join Dr. Sandeep Nagar that will present this webinar.

26th – Industrial Automation: on-line analysis of precursor and electrode materials

This webinar will review the added value of industrial automation for precursor and electrode materials analysis. Guest presenter Gareth Joseph of NDC Technologies and Oliver Schmitt will show examples of how on-line analysis can be applied to bettery material production.

27th – Particle Sizing Masterclass 2 – When should you consider particle shape

Have you ever wondered if all particles are really spherical? Or what extra insight you might get from measuring particle shape as well as particle size? If so join Anne Virden who will present this webinar to you.

27th – Controlling respirable crystalline silica in your workplace

From 1 July, Australia’s Queensland’s government will halve the workplace exposure standard for respirable crystalline silica to 0.05 mg/m3. This stricter regulation has gained significant attention from health and safety officials as well as the media due to the rising health problems (e.g. silicosis) among industry workers.

28th – Focus on The Air You Breathe – Elemental Analysis of Air Filters according to US EPA Method io-3.3

In the webinar, Michel Zoontjes will demonstrate Malvern Panalytical’s solution for the elemental analysis of air filters.

28th – Driving the profitability of your plant and the performance of your blended cement

Learn about best practices from other cement plants as well as the latest analytical trends to carefully monitor your raw materials, additives or substitutes, alternate fuel, grinding and mixing all the way to your production.

29th – Good vs bad XRD patterns: how to improve your phase analysis

In this webinar, will discuss what makes a good vs bad XRD pattern, how to tell if you have a good pattern, and to perform phase quantification analysis as well as how to analyze using Malvern Panalytical’s HighScore Plus software.

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. Method Transfer
  2. Why do you Need Material Optical Properties?
  3. How can Material Optical Properties be Calculated/Estimated
  4. Optical Properties – How can material optical properties by measured
  5. Introduction to Laser Diffraction, Imaging & Dynamic Light Scattering 
Focus on Pharma:
Focus on Vaccine:
Focus on Battery:
Focus on Food:
Focus on Fusion:
Focus on XRF:
Focus on Polymer:
General:

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