Tag Archives: rheology


Published 19 Nov 2015

Polymer solution rheology to protein aggregation

Polymer solution rheology to protein aggregation – Following Sir G.I. Taylor In a very fortuitous way indeed, from my academic research at Bristol University through to my work here at Malvern, I have managed to maintain a connection with the brilliant…READ MORE >

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Published 7 May 2015

Free Nanoparticle Characterization Seminars – USA & Canada

During May & June we’re running a series of free seminars in the USA and Canada for people who want to learn more about the latest methods for nanoparticle characterization. The seminars will each last 1.5 days, giving you the…READ MORE >

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Published 2 Feb 2015

A customer perspective: analytical strategies for inkjet formulation

Last year at Malvern we put a lot of emphasis on inkjet ink technology due to the scale of growth in this area and the analytical benefits our products can bring when characterizing these inkjet inks. To try to assist…READ MORE >

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Published 20 Nov 2014

Don’t subtract – add! 3D printing at Malvern

As Malvern Instruments were sponsors at this year’s Malvern Festival of Innovation, Andrew Brock and I were invited to give a talk at the Advanced Engineering & Manufacturing symposium.  We chose to talk about additive manufacturing (AM) – more commonly known…READ MORE >

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Published 8 Aug 2014

Waxing lyrical about rheology

Randy Byrne, Malvern Instruments’ VP for Commercial Development, has formulated this excellent (not a trick-) question: “Which has the higher viscosity at room temperature – mayonnaise or honey? (Randy claims no originality for this question!)  We’ll return to this later……  Now, one factor…READ MORE >

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