Dr. Arvind K. Bansal, Professor at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research and Carl Strautins, Occupational Hygienist and Managing Director at Safe Environment Testing Laboratory Australia will be our guest speakers in May. Join the first one that will consider the role of innovator product characterization strategies in accelerating formulation development of generic products or the second to control respirable silica dust at the workplace following ISO 16258. 

Don’t forget our now popular “Ask an Expert” series focusing this month on the PDF analysis amongst other topics that you can just pick and choose.

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

May

4th – Ask an expert – Best practices for PDF analysis on a laboratory instrument

In order to achieve reliable PDF results, sample preparation and experimental setup must be completely under control, as well as the measurement strategy must be optimized. All this and other experimental aspects will be covered in this session by our experts.

Free to attend any of the classes. For a full overview see our ‘Ask an expert’ webinar series page.

5th – Accelerating AAV analysis – Viral titer and full capsid analysis using OMNISEC

In this webinar, John Stenson will demonstrate how you can use OMNISEC for the extended characterization of different AAV serotypes. You’ll learn how this technique allows you to evaluate and compare viral titer, capsid empty/full ratios, impurity and aggregate profiling – all of which impact the final product’s CQAs.

6th – Getting unique insight into your nanoparticle dispersions with multi-angle dynamic light scattering

Join Diogo Fernandes to learn how MADLS can improve the resolution of your particle size results. We will show how MADLS is more than just a multi-angle measurement and will illustrate the benefits of this analysis with several application examples.

6th – Ask an Expert: Transmission vs reflection XRD measurements

During this webinar, Dr. Daniel Lee will introduce the basics of transmission and reflection measurements. He will share which types of samples and experiments would be more viable for transmission measurement. Look out for his tips when conducting such research too. He will showcase the benefits and data quality of transmission measurements on various samples. 

11th – Cement chemistry at the atomic level – Why the compounds in cement and their crystalline forms matter

The aim of this presentation is to show the importance of each compound that constitute the Portland cement and how to perform XRD quantitative analysis in a fast way in order to obtain information about the clinker and cement production process that can be predictive of properties and performance.

12th – Cutting-edge strategies for successful ProTide discovery

Join our panel of scientific experts as they review the challenges associated with the discovery of ProTides, their synthesis and bioanalysis. They will also present cutting-edge strategies to help you successfully overcome the challenges.

18th – CNA: On-line elemental analyzer for iron & steel making

In this webinar, we will discuss an innovative neutron-based technique that enables rapid real-time measurement of the chemical composition of raw materials for bulk quantities. Unlike the existing statistical sampling-based laboratory techniques, in this technology, radiation penetrates the whole material to give more precise and consistent values of measurements.

19th – Deformulation and the Development of Generic Drugs (2 sessions)

In this webinar we are joined by Dr. Arvind K. Bansal, Professor at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), to consider the role of innovator product characterization strategies in accelerating the formulation development of generic products. The benefit of such studies in simplifying the regulatory approval process and reducing the risk of late-stage has also been highlighted, with specific reference to the development of Oral Solid Dose products.

19th – Respirable silica Masterclass 2: Practical tips when doing your own dust filters testing

In this webinar, Carl Strautins, (Occupational Hygienist and Managing Director at Safe Environment Testing Laboratory Australia) sheds light in terms of what to expect when you analyze your own samples using XRD. He provides guidance on the sample preparation to creating your own reference standards. This webinar would be useful for those who are thinking about investing in their own equipment.

26th – How to stop good pharmaceutical formulations going bad

We’ll take a stepwise journey through the foundations of deformulation (reverse engineering) and in vitro bioequivalence (IVBE) testing, providing answers to these questions and more. We’ll consider challenges including the impact of flavor changes and container modifications on bioavailability profiles, and we’ll also take a deeper dive into the Q3 bioequivalence testing requirements for specific dosage forms.

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 Ask an Expert:
Focus on Fusion:
Focus on Polymer:

Blog Q&A

General:

Dr. Arvind K. Bansal, Professor at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, and Carl Strautins, Occupational Hygienist and Managing Director at Safe Environment Testing Laboratory Australia will be our guest speakers in May. Join the first one that will consider the role of innovator product characterization strategies in accelerating formulation development of generic products or the second to control respirable silica dust at the workplace following ISO 16258. 

Access our now popular “Ask an Expert” series focusing this month on the PDF analysis amongst other topics that you can just pick and choose.

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

May

4th – Ask an expert – Best practices for PDF analysis on a laboratory instrument

In order to achieve reliable PDF results, sample preparation and experimental setup must be completely under control, as well as the measurement strategy must be optimized. All this and other experimental aspects will be covered in this session by our experts.

Free to attend any of the classes. For a full overview see our ‘Ask an expert’ webinar series page.

5th – Accelerating AAV analysis – Viral titer and full capsid analysis using OMNISEC

In this webinar, John Stenson will demonstrate how you can use OMNISEC for the extended characterization of different AAV serotypes. You’ll learn how this technique allows you to evaluate and compare viral titer, capsid empty/full ratios, impurity and aggregate profiling – all of which impact the final product’s CQAs.

6th – Getting unique insight into your nanoparticle dispersions with multi-angle dynamic light scattering

Join Diogo Fernandes to learn how MADLS can improve the resolution of your particle size results. We will show how MADLS is more than just a multi-angle measurement and will illustrate the benefits of this analysis with several application examples.

6th – Ask an Expert: Transmission vs reflection XRD measurements

During this webinar, Dr. Daniel Lee will introduce the basics of transmission and reflection measurements. He will share which types of samples and experiments would be more viable for transmission measurement. Look out for his tips when conducting such research too. He will showcase the benefits and data quality of transmission measurements on various samples. 

12th – Cutting-edge strategies for successful ProTide discovery

Join our panel of scientific experts as they review the challenges associated with the discovery of ProTides, their synthesis and bioanalysis. They will also present cutting-edge strategies to help you successfully overcome the challenges.

18th – CNA: On-line elemental analyzer for iron & steel making

In this webinar, we will discuss an innovative neutron-based technique that enables rapid real-time measurement of the chemical composition of raw materials for bulk quantities. Unlike the existing statistical sampling-based laboratory techniques, in this technology, radiation penetrates the whole material to give more precise and consistent values of measurements.

19th – Reverse Engineering Generic Drug Formulations

In this webinar we are joined by Dr. Arvind K. Bansal, Professor at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), to consider the role of innovator product characterization strategies in accelerating the formulation development of generic products. The benefit of such studies in simplifying the regulatory approval process and reducing the risk of late-stage has also been highlighted, with specific reference to the development of Oral Solid Dose products.

19th – Respirable silica Masterclass 2: Practical tips when doing your own dust filters testing

In this webinar, Carl Strautins, (Occupational Hygienist and Managing Director at Safe Environment Testing Laboratory Australia) sheds light in terms of what to expect when you analyze your own samples using XRD. He provides guidance on the sample preparation to creating your own reference standards. This webinar would be useful for those who are thinking about investing in their own equipment.

26th – How to stop good pharmaceutical formulations going bad

We’ll take a stepwise journey through the foundations of deformulation (reverse engineering) and in vitro bioequivalence (IVBE) testing, providing answers to these questions and more. We’ll consider challenges including the impact of flavor changes and container modifications on bioavailability profiles, and we’ll also take a deeper dive into the Q3 bioequivalence testing requirements for specific dosage forms.

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 Ask an Expert:
Focus on Fusion:
Focus on Polymer:

Blog Q&A

General: