Author Archives: Mark Pothecary


Mark Pothecary studied biochemistry while an undergraduate at the University of Bath before moving to London to obtain his Masters and PhD at the academic lab in the William Harvey Research Institute, part of the Queen Mary University between 2002-2006. There he studied the biochemical effects of red wine polyphenols on the production of nitric oxide in blood vessels and the subsequent control of blood pressure. Following this he continued for another year in the same lab using chromatography to study the uptake of these same compounds into the blood, by extracting and measuring them. Mark joined Malvern in 2008 as a product technical specialist for the Zetasizer Nano and Viscotek products concentrating on bioscience SEC applications. In 2010, he took the role of Product Manager for Zetasizer and Viscotek products where he acts as the 'Voice of the Customer' for new products and on quality issues and recently moved to our Houston office to engage more closely with product developments there. Mark joined Malvern in 2008 as a product technical specialist for the Zetasizer Nano and Viscotek products concentrating on bioscience SEC applications. In 2010, he took the role of Product Manager for Zetasizer and Viscotek products where he acts as the 'Voice of the Customer' for new products and on quality issues and recently moved to our Houston office to engage more closely with product developments there.

Published 12 Sep 2018

The added value of a Malvern Panalytical OMNISEC purchase

When thinking about a reason to purchase a particular piece of scientific equipment, you want to know not only that you are getting the best piece of kit, but also that you’ll be maximizing the return on your investment.  Manufacturers…READ MORE >

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Published 21 Jun 2018

Exploring new and exciting applications for multi-detector UPLC

Almost always, my favorite thing about working for a scientific technology company is getting to work on the latest technologies and learn about the applications available to them.  We’re fortunate enough to see the newest technology and play with the…READ MORE >

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Published 1 May 2018

Waters and Malvern Panalytical Collaborate to Improve Polymer Characterization

Malvern Panalytical recently announced a co-marketing agreement with Waters Corporation for the use of our advanced GPC/SEC (Gel Permeation Chromatography / Size Exclusion Chromatography) detectors with their UPLC system, the APC.  Our advanced detector module OMNISEC REVEAL includes a refractive index (RI), a…READ MORE >

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Published 23 Feb 2017

OMNISEC for Protein Characterization – Demo at your desk Q&A

Recently, I’ve presented a new webinar focusing on the protein characterization using the OMNISEC, the highest quality Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) / Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) system for the measurement of absolute molecular weight, molecular size, intrinsic viscosity, branching and…READ MORE >

Published 3 Jan 2017

Starting a new partnership: Case Western Reserve University

One of the best parts of a job as a Product Manager or Technical Specialist is the continual learning that comes from customer interactions, relationships and collaborations. Visiting a new lab, learning about new areas of research and helping to…READ MORE >

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