So many great topics will be covered this month so go through the list and register to your favorite live webinar. We’ll have new sessions of the “Ask an Expert” series and two launchs: Hydro Insight and Epsilon 1 ISO 13032.

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

July

1st – From Bauxite to Aluminum – How the Aluminum Industry benefits from mineralogical analysis – Live demo!

See how process monitoring in mining is made easy, join us in our upcoming Live Demo webinar and learn about the practical links between the mineralogy of your materials and the optimization of your processes.

6th – Meet the Hydro Insight: your window to deeper materials insights

To develop truly high-performance products, you sometimes need more detailed insights than laser diffraction alone can provide. But what if there was a way to combine your trusted laser diffraction particle size measurements with shape data from dynamic imaging?

Want to look beyond particle size distribution? Join Debbie Huck-Jones for the digital launch.

7th – The heart of your business – Automated and real-time solutions for process monitoring in the metals industry

In these challenging times, like weaker demand, environmental regulations, higher running costs are some of the main challenges that the metal industry must deal with every day.

Do you also want to the reduction of errors, increase data quality of your metals industry? In this webinar, Michel Choua will add value to the automated analytical solutions. 

8th – Are you happy with helium? Official launch event Epsilon 1 ISO 13032- sulfur in automotive fuels. Extreme low costs per analysis!

Meet Epsilon 1 for ISO 13032. The pre-calibrated, out of the box solution for low sulfur analysis in fuels. And guess what: see what we can do for chlorine and all without the use of helium! Learn more!

13th – Ask an expert – Getting the best out of Omnian WD XRF semi quantitative analysis

Omnian is a Malvern Panalytical XRF application package that can provide (semi-)quantitative chemical composition analysis of virtually any sample that can be placed in an XRF spectrometer.

Vincent Kip will cover tips and tricks on how to get best out of your Omnian package with WD XRF spectrometer.

15th – Ask an Expert: Quantifying rAAV and other viral vector quality attributes with Multi-angle DLS and nanoparticle tracking analysis

This webinar discusses the use of Multi-angle Dynamic Light Scattering (MADLS) and Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis as label-free 5-minute methods to assess capsid yield and aggregation across the various viral vector processing steps. Real-world examples will be elaborated on, including the use of MADLS to reduce the development time of rAAV-vectored gene therapies.

20th – Focus on fuel cells: Characterizing catalytic powders with expert scientists

To ensure maximum performance using the least amount of catalyst possible, it is important to carefully formulate catalytic inks for fuel cells and other applications. One key to maximizing performance is the characterization, optimization, and control of the catalytic powder during synthesis, when received, and during dispersion.

Non-destructive characterization techniques employing large sampling statistics, such as X-ray fluorescence (XRF), X-ray diffraction (XRD), and laser diffraction, will be the focus of this talk.

21st – Successful solid form analysis: methods and measurements

What does it take to develop a robust and reliable method for solid form analysis? How can you be sure that your methods for X-Ray Powder Diffraction (XRPD) measurements satisfy the latest regulatory guidance?  Join our webinar to discover how Malvern Panalytical’s unique combination of analytical instrumentation and contract research services can take your solid form analysis to the next level. 

22nd – Introducing PowderCleanse: An automated closed-loop powder processing system for additive manufacturing

To all metal AM users looking to improve handling, recycling and quality of powders during processing: the PowderCleanse project aims for an effective solution for powder management to monitor and control every aspect of the process.

27th – Successful particle size analysis: methods and measurements

Dr. Natalia Dadivanyan and our particle size analysis experts share their insights to show you how particle size analysis can help overcome your small molecule drug development challenges. 

  • Why measure particle size in the pharmaceutical industry?
  • How does particle size affect bioavailability, uniformity, stability and processability?
  • How do you ensure compliance with the relevant regulatory guidance?​​​

28th – Respirable particulate matter monitoring for toxic elements by India’s Central Pollution Control Board

During this air pollution webinar series, we invite experts from Malvern Panalytical and industrial specialists as panel speakers.

In this webinar you will learn the latest norms and compliance standards from various countries and how to detect low limits of toxic particulate matter in an accurate yet short amount of time with the help of smart elemental monitoring tools

29th – Master Lipid Nanoparticle & Liposome Characterization with Light Scattering

Size and zeta potential are key critical quality attributes in lipid-based delivery vectors such as liposomes and lipid nanoparticles. Join this webinar to learn how light scattering can help you detect changes in these parameters and optimize your products’ stability.

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.

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Zetasizer Masterclasses:

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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:
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