Tag Archives: Webinars

Published 15 Mar 2018

A basic introduction to Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) for particle size analysis – Q&A

Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), sometimes referred to as Photon Correlation Spectroscopy or Quasi-Elastic Light Scattering, is a technique classically used for measuring the size of particles typically in the sub-micron region, dispersed in a liquid. The sensitivity of some modern…READ MORE >

Tags: , , ,

Published 5 Jul 2016

Missed our June webinars? Catch up here…

Summer finally showned its face after a grey and rainy spring! Hope you’ll still have few minutes before enjoying your well-deserved vacation. In July we’ll focus on some pharmaceutical topics and Taylor Dispersion Analysis while Hayato Kato, CEO at Preci will…READ MORE >


Published 10 May 2016

Missed our April webinars? Catch up here…

Here is another exciting month with some really subject that will be discussed this month again. Here is the full program for May. Register now! As per last month I have compiled the latest list of our On Demand webinars. Just click…READ MORE >


Published 5 Apr 2016

Missed our March webinars? Catch up here…

How time flies! Spring is here already! Just for you I have collated the latest list of our On Demand webinars. Just click and choose your favorite subject. I also listed all our upcoming webinars for April. You can register for free and…READ MORE >


Published 15 Mar 2016

Elucidating the higher order structure of biopharmaceuticals with DSC

During the development of proteins for use as biopharmaceuticals, the primary structure (amino acid sequence) is important in defining protein activity. Due to the complex nature of protein drugs, compared to small molecule drugs, biophysical techniques are important tools in…READ MORE >

Tags: , , ,