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 26 Sep 2019

Around the world in 80 particles – Birthday bubbles in China

Many of us celebrate significant birthdays often with friends and a glass of something bubbly. On my 50th birthday I will be doing this, but with a twist: I’m in China, the friends are the experts of the ISO Committee…READ MORE >

Published 9 Jul 2019

Aggregates and particles in therapeutic protein products: causes, characterization and control

Written in collaboration with Judy Hadley, Malvern Panalytical’s Market Development Specialist – RMM  Numerous studies have been undertaken to understand whether aggregates can cause immunogenicity (the ability of a protein or chemical substance to provoke an immune response) since uncertainty…READ MORE >

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Published 11 Apr 2019

Archimedes: How to Collect Robust Data

  Do you ever wonder how your Archimedes results compare to the results of other users? Is 20% Relative Standard Deviation (RSD) for repeat measurements good, or maybe not? Are you wondering if you are collecting your data under the…READ MORE >

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 >

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