So many great topics will be covered this month so go through the list and register to your favorite live webinar. Feel free to attend a live demo of our recently launched XRD system or find out how to optimize coagulants in your water treatment process. We’ll have two sessions of the “Ask an Expert” series in June. Unless you want to learn how to improve improving your pharmaceutical workflows. It’s up to you!

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

June

1st – Operate more efficiently: helping you to understand the elemental composition of your raw materials

In this webinar, the Epsilon Xflow and its capabilities are introduced. And Michel Zoontjes will show you how you can benefit from this remarkable solution. Join if you want to keep up with development in XRF.

2nd – Quick, Accurate and Automated Minerals Analysis – Live Demo using Aeris Minerals – Compact XRD & Rietveld Analysis

The webinar will be a mix of technical presentations and live demonstrations of the Aeris system, Dr. Matteo Pernechele will demonstrate the functionality of the Aeris System and Rietveld by measuring several application examples from Cement and mining industries.

3rd – Ask an expert – Things I wish I knew about Laser Diffraction before writing my thesis

In this session we will consider the necessary steps to ensure optimal data quality, followed by the analysis of data, including the use of optical properties, and understanding the particle size distribution. This will be complimented with a look at tips on method development for wet and dry measurements, followed by a Q+A session.

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

8th – Non-destructive XRD analysis of cultural heritage objects

X-ray diffraction is a useful way to carry out mineralogical analysis without damaging artifacts. In this webinar, we will present not one, but two examples for cultural heritage objects studied by X-ray microdiffraction analysis:

  • mineralogical analysis of an artifact from the Chinese Bronze Age Erlitou culture
  • analysis of pigments on a colorful decorated medieval parchment.

10th – X-ray your way to success in small molecule drug development

Successful and time-efficient development of small molecule drugs depends on reliable solid form analysis. Join our webinar to learn about the solutions offered by X-ray Powder Diffraction (XRPD) for overcoming challenges related to solid form selection, in-depth characterization, and maintaining the target form of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and the overall composition of complex formulations.

15th – Finding fit-for-purpose analytics: AAV characterization and formulation development

Join us to learn as Carina Rodenstein, a Scientist at Leukocare compares the analytical techniques used to study features of viral vectors that are crucial to capsid design and formulation development. Formulation development requires optimal resolution of analytics to investigate the stability-indicating parameters of viruses under different stresses. Based on the example of a non-enveloped AAV, Carina will demonstrate how to define relevant analytical methods for your specific needs.

16th – Shine a light on protein PEGylation: Multi-detection SEC and compositional analysis

During this webinar, Dr. Jamie Stokes will present a protein PEGylation case study to introduce the field, discuss the current state-of-the-art, and highlight ongoing challenges with these novel modalities. Then Dr. Serena Agostini will show you how the OMNISEC platform can help you understand the composition of crude protein-polymer bioconjugation reaction mixtures to facilitate the identification of optimal reaction conditions without protein purification. 

16th – Respirable silica Masterclass 3: Modern XRD in the market and why it makes sense to analyze your own samples

During this webinar, learn more about the capabilities of modern XRD instruments and analytical software. Dr. Olga Narygina will also cover practical concerns like setting up your reference calibration, instrument footprint, maintenance, staff training as well as other applications that you can run on the XRD to fully optimize your investment.

17th – Online workshop – Enhancing battery performance with materials quality control

The analytical capabilities of Malvern Panalytical and NETZSCH Analyzing and Testing can be applied to broad areas of the battery manufacturing process. Following the successful joint webinar on March 11th, we are now hosting another joint webinar. In this two-part webinar on June 17th, the two companies dive further into their collaboration, potential applications and answer your questions!

22nd – Put Aeris to the test: the measurement of thin film and small amounts of organic powders

This event is for anyone interest in XRD and Thin Films or currently working with thin films and organic materials. You will learn about thin film analysis using a grazing incidence configuration on a compact XRD system and see reproducible, accurate and quick results. Bring your questions!

22nd – Ask an Expert: Comprehensive viral vector characterization: The value of rapid label-free biophysical techniques

In this webinar, Michael Caves will demonstrate how Dynamic Light Scattering, Differential Scanning Calorimetry, and multi-detection SEC (SEC-MALS) can be used orthogonally to optimize the efficiency of gene therapy development and ensure such products are bought to market as quickly and affordably as possible.

23rd – Cost saving advantages in optimizing coagulants in your water treatment process

The benefits of using zeta potential measurement to determine water treatment-control strategies have been documented through case studies and will be reviewed. Results from both laboratory analyzers and the online, automatic system will be discussed in this webinar presented by Dr. Anand Tadas

29th – See inside your additive manufacturing materials and components: Using X-ray analysis

In this extended webinar we have teamed up with RX solutions to provide you with an overview of three important X-ray techniques for metal AM; X-ray Fluorescence (XRF), X-ray Computed Tomography (CT), and X-ray Diffraction (XRD). Join our experts and find out how X-ray analysis can help you make the most of your AM processes and materials.

29th – Advanced in-situ experiments on Metal Organic Frameworks

In this webinar, Gwilherm Nenert aims to go beyond the regular phase identification of MOFs using advanced X-ray powder diffraction techniques to be able to assess their structural characterization including in-situ experiments and location of guest molecules. Join us as we explore the capabilities of laboratory X-ray instrumentation that can assist you to identify and sustain robust MOF structures.

30th – Improve pharmaceutical quality control workflows

You will learn how the Aeris benchtop X-ray diffractometer, in combination with Malvern Panalytical’s regulatory compliance solution OmniTrust, helps you secure the quality of your products and de-risk your processes so register to this webinar.

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 a 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:

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