Resonant Mass Measurement (RMM)


Resonant mass measurement is a technique used in an innovative way by Archimedes to detect and count sub visible and submicron particles in a sample, and to measure their size and mass and distributions of size and mass.

Published 21 Sep 2017

“Two hundred scientists walked into a bar…”

I know this sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but in this case, it was actually the beginning of the 2017 Colorado Protein Stability Conference, held in July at Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge, Colorado. In attendance was…READ MORE >

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Published 1 Jun 2017

Customer Spotlight: Collaborating for safer biopharmaceuticals

Our key driver at Malvern Instruments is to create technologies that make a difference or solve a problem, and working hand-in-hand with our customers enables us to make sure that’s exactly what’s happening, out in the field.  We place a high value on…READ MORE >

Published 24 Feb 2015

Understanding protein aggregation – the key to product quality & patient safety

I recently took part in a question and answer session with BioPharm International about techniques for measuring and characterizing protein aggregates. The full discussion can be viewed here, however I thought I would also use this blog post to summarize…READ MORE >

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Published 9 Dec 2014

Ask a specialist: Sub-visible particulates and DLS

Recently this question was posed where a current dynamic light scattering (DLS) user inquired about detecting large but subvisible particles in a formulation: “I have been looking at solutions from prefilled syringes which appear in flow microscopy to have significant…READ MORE >

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Published 5 Nov 2014

Those bubbles are Ultra-Fine!

Having spent more than twenty years in the instrumentation arena and worked with a variety of different characterization techniques in lots of different application spaces, I have sometimes struggled to explain to my family what it is that I do. Particularly to…READ MORE >

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