This September, we have several hot topics so join our guest speakers, Yasmin Andersson and Anders Olsson that will share case studies of drug discovery projects. Then we’ll launch OmniTrust a compliance solution for the regulated environment. Nevertheless, you’ll have the opportunity to attend the live demo of our freshly launched XRD detector. I can’t wait!

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

September

1th – Focus on Pharma – Generate real-time enzyme kinetic data with isothermal titration calorimetry

In this webinar of the series, Verna Frasca will explain how ITC generates real-time, enzyme kinetics data, comparable to other enzyme assays and how to quickly design experimental parameters and analyze ITC data.

3rd – XRD phase quantification tutorial: Rietveld refinement

Dr. Daniel Lee will discuss the fundamentals of Rietveld refinement as well as where its applications and provide a step by step tutorial using the latest HighScore Plus version 4.9. 

8th – Focus on Pharma: Sample and data quality: How SciLifeLab uses orthogonal techniques to improve drug discovery

Our guest speakers, Yasmin Andersson and Anders Olsson will share some applications and studies of dynamic light scattering (DLS) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) for the analysis of sample quality in the context of drug discovery projects focused on small molecule drugs or antibodies.

9th – Explore de-formulation and characterization of liposome-based drug products with Malvern Panalytical

Complex drug formulations are becoming ubiquitous in the pharmaceutical industry and knowing how to utilize physicochemical characterization techniques will help you stand out against the competition.

10th – Discover the finest details in XRD data with a new addition to Empyrean

In this webinar, we will use some examples to demonstrate the unprecedented performance and diffraction details that can now be realized on the Empyrean multipurpose XRD system.

10th – Improve your food’s taste, texture, shelf life, authenticity and safety limits (dairy case study)

Tamal Mukerjee thinks that it is key that food and additive companies pay attention to monitoring appearance, the stability of their foods as well as other practical aspects. For instance, dissolution rate, shelf life, nutrition levels, and safety of their food products.

17th – Advanced image analysis for particle characterization: Theory and best practice guide

Robert Taylor will describe the theory and practical considerations to developing robust automated image analysis methods.

22th – What every pharmaceutical scientist should know about particle size analysis

We’ll take a closer look at the reasons, and consider how this information can help with the selection of appropriate methods. 

23th – Air pollution: Complying with strict emission regulatory limits and norms for industrial and respirable silica

During this webinar, our specialist will discuss how to adhere to EPA standards and the steps to collect and analyze the sample on our EPA IO-3.3 ready calibrated Epsilon 4 benchtop XRF spectrometer.

24th – Pharmaceutical Masterclass: Rapid Screening for Elemental Impurities During Drug Substance Development

This webinar presented by Nancy Lewen will explore how and why pharmaceutical process chemists should leverage X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) as a rapid, easy-to-use, easy-to-deploy elemental impurity screening tool in support of drug synthesis process development. 

24th – See the finest details in XRD data with a new addition to Empyrean (Asian Pacific timezone)

In this webinar, our XRD scientist, Dr. Bao Zhaohui provides a live demo of data collected from 1Der, our latest XRD detector. We will use some examples to demonstrate the unprecedented performance and diffraction details even in high fluorescence samples. For instance, being able to see the monochromatic peaks without the influence of the Cu-Kα2 peaks.

29th – Characterization of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOF): The Building of Robust Structures

In this presentation we will show a variety of example MOF applications and review some key characterization methods such as X-ray diffraction, static and dynamic light scattering, zeta potential and image analysis.
Join us as we explore some methods that can assist you to identify and sustain robust MOF structures.

30th – X-ray Diffraction Masterclass: Setting the specifications for quality control

Dr. Natalia Dadivanyan will demonstrate how a Quality by Design (QbD) approach can help when transferring XRPD methods from the development to manufacturing stages of the pharmaceutical production process.

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 

Zetasizer Ultra Masterclasses:

  1. Why do I see large %CV in my particle concentration measurements?
  2. What reproducibility and repeatability can I expect from my particle concentration measurement of AAV’s?
Focus on Pharma:
Focus on Vaccine:
Focus on Battery:
Focus on Food:
Focus on Mining, Metals Production and Ore Processing:
Focus on Fusion:
Focus on XRF:
Focus on Polymer:

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