With the theme “Science: Now more than ever”, Pittcon 2021 will be an all virtual event for first time in its 72 years.  Pittcon conference is known for its large exposition featuring many vendors of laboratory equipment, educational short courses, and a technical program with presentations on many aspects of science.  Malvern Panalytical has exhibited at Pittcon for 63 years and this year we are excited to be a part of the first ever virtual platform, we can be found in Hall 2, where you will see two Malvern Panalytical booths:

Left booth: visit us here to discuss particle sizing needs, molecular weight and structure, and talk to our experts about biomolecular analyses such as binding affinity by isothermal calorimetry, AAV analysis, and exosome concentration.

Right booth (pictured above): visit us here to speak with our experts on elemental analysis, X-ray diffraction and NIR for phase analysis, and XRF and ICP sample prep by fusion.  We will also be featuring the newly launched next-generation Aeris benchtop XRD. 

Don’t forget to enter our drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card (see either booth for details) and a short survey.  For every survey taken we will donate to Feeding America.

We will also have a special event just for Malvern Panalytical customers who are attending Pittcon on Tuesday, March 9th from 2-2:30 PM EST. Customers attending Pittcon can feel the love by registering for our Customer Appreciation event here

We are also proud to again contribute to the short course program at Pittcon:

Friday, March 05, 2021; 1:00 PM -5:00 PM
Expert: Kyle Williams, Ph.D., Application Scientist
Separations: Fundamentals of Gel Permeation & Size Exclusion Chromatography with Advanced Detection

Wednesday, March 10, 2021; 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM 
Experts: Ulf Nobbmann, Ph.D., Product Manager and Ana Morfesis, Ph.D., Technical Specialist
Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), Nano-Tracking Analysis and Zeta Potential; Characterization of Nano-Materials

Check out our poster presentation on Monday, March 8th in the PACS-16 session entitled “Multiple Narrow Mode Data Analysis Method for Process Control of Highly Monodispersed sub-10 nmZrO2 Nanocrystals”, Ana Morfesis will be available to answer your questions. This poster details the analysis strategy the authors took to achieve reliable and accurate particle sizing of a challenging nanomaterial.

Pittcon has always been a must for anyone considering adding or replacing analytical capabilities in their labs.  So, come kick the virtual tires in our booth – we look forward to meeting our friends and seeing new faces starting March 8th.