Happy New year, dear readers!

Here we go again, with a new fresh list of webinars with several guest speakers this month. Have a look and choose the best one for your needs.

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

January

20th – Extend your understanding of APIs: Orthogonal techniques of solid form characterization

In this webinar we are joined by Netzsch to investigate how the combination of X-ray diffraction and scattering techniques and various thermal analysis methods allow us to thoroughly characterize, explain and predict the behaviour of an API. 

21st – Physicochemical Characterization of Nanomedicines: Investigating surface characteristics of nano delivery systems and their interactions with plasma

Join our guest speaker Dr. Jeffrey D. Clogston, Principal Scientist, NCL to learn about:

  • The methodology and analytical techniques used to characterize nano delivery systems (including the testing of more than 425 nanotechnology-based candidate cancer treatments and diagnostics)
  • Characterization techniques such as dynamic and static light scattering, zeta potential, and asymmetric-flow field-flow fractionation (AF4)
  • How these techniques are used to assess the stability of nano delivery systems in plasma

28th – The side-effects of bad data in API development and manufacture

Innovation is key to delivering new drugs faster and cheaper while tailoring them to patient needs. Using real-life examples, our experts (David Fengas, Luca Castrati) explain how the best – and worst – decisions in pharmaceutical development and manufacture are made, and offer their tips for success.

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 recently.

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 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 Additive Manufacturing:
Focus on Food:
Focus on Mining, Metals Production and Ore Processing:
Focus on Fusion:
Focus on Polymer:

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