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Published 17 Mar 2015

Microfluidic Rheometer – Guinness Viscosity

Microfluidic Rheometer and Guinness The Great Guinness Viscosity Challenge Last year we did a nice Christmas blog on the viscosity of beer where myself and Steve Carrington took our Microfluidic rheometer down to our local pub to measure a selection…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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Published 10 Jun 2014

Ice cream anyone? The science behind the perfect scoop

“Ice cream anyone?” The utterance of such words is usually sufficient to get people’s attention and put a smile on their faces, especially on a hot summer day. So what is so special about ice cream and what makes one…READ MORE >

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Published 7 Feb 2013

Kinexus rheometer capabilities are really something to chew on

Thinking back to those early design meetings that the development team here at Malvern Panalytical undertook at the inception of the Kinexus rheometer project, one of our key aims was to deliver a new rheometer platform that enabled total flexibility…READ MORE >

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Published 20 Nov 2012

What is the sign of a good rheologist?

As one of the rheologists here at Malvern,  I thought you would like to know about one of the slightly unusual questions I was asked recently by a customer: ‘What is the sign of a good rheologist?’ Maybe my initial answer…READ MORE >

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