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 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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Published 24 Sep 2014

A happy UNION

There aren’t many things more pleasurable than a warm summer’s day in the Malvern Hills, but when you find out the mid-term meeting for your project is being held in Barcelona, it’s very difficult to be disappointed! Obviously Barcelona was…READ MORE >

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Published 2 Sep 2014

A day in the life of a protein scientist – part 3

PhD student Polly came into the lab on Monday morning to find that her purified protein had started to aggregate after a weekend in the fridge. The profile she got from her Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) measurement clearly showed two…READ MORE >

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Published 24 Jul 2014

Monitoring Protein Aggregation & SubVisible Particles – Your Questions Answered

Thank you to everyone who joined us on 26th June, for the webinar “Protein Aggregation – Bridging the SubMicron Gap.” We held this webinar because we know that the formation of protein aggregates is a particular concern for parenteral administration biopharmaceuticals due…READ MORE >

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Published 22 Jul 2014

Life in a (micro) bubble

Last week I attended the 4th Microbubble Symposium hosted by the Leeds Microbubble Consortium at University of Leeds in the UK. The meeting focused on the Fabrication, Characterization and Translational Applications of Microbubbles. I went along to hear about the…READ MORE >

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