8 Apr 2021 | By Steve Ward-Smith

Empowering students to share research

Here at Malvern Panalytical we’re passionate about nurturing the talents of the next generation of visionary thinkers and creative problem-solvers. That’s why we teamed up with the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Particle Characterisation Group (PCIG) to host The FORGE.    Held on 25 March, The FORGE was a...READ MORE >

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7 Apr 2021 | By Michel Zoontjes

The secret behind rechargeable batteries that really last

It’s an all-too-familiar situation: you’re trying to scan your online train ticket, find an unfamiliar location using Google Maps, or let your family know that you’re delayed – when your phone runs out of battery. And you charged it only...READ MORE >

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6 Apr 2021 | By Ulf Nobbmann

Settings for Zeta potential in water treatment

The Zetasizer uses electrophoretic light scattering to find the charge of particles. This charge can mean the difference between dispersed particles and flocculated sediment. That is why Zeta potential in water treatment is important to get cleaner H2O: we want...READ MORE >

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1 Apr 2021 | By Severine Michel

Malvern Panalytical Webinars

This month, we carry on with our popular “Ask an Expert” series. Join our broadcasting live from our state-of-the-art facilities in the heart of UK, our experts will provide a first look at the latest capabilities for our size exclusion...READ MORE >

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1 Apr 2021 | By Severine Michel

Separate to accumulate: Streamlined pharmaceutical development using advanced analytics

As pharmaceutical products become ever more complex, the need for detailed analytics is becoming increasingly urgent. Our inside technical knowledge and biophysical expertise can help teams like yours simplify and speed up product development. Join us on 22 April to...READ MORE >

31 Mar 2021 | By Ragy Ragheb

Liposomes: A 3-Part Tale!

Liposomes are attractive vehicles for drug payload delivery, among other nanoparticles helping to provide endless possibilities for tackling various pharmaceutical needs.  We provide solutions for the effective and optimal development of liposomes and other nanoparticles, which help ensure that only...READ MORE >

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30 Mar 2021 | By Marco Sommariva

Ask an Expert: Best practices for PDF analysis on a laboratory instrument

There is more in a diffractogram than just the Bragg peaks. The past decade has shown an increased interest in the study of nanocrystalline materials due to their specific properties. Structural information about these materials is present as broad, not...READ MORE >

25 Mar 2021 | By Scott Speakman

Fuel Cells: Welcome to the Hydrogen Future … again

Fuel cells have been five years away from mass commercialization for more than 40 years – it’s a perennial ‘technology of the future’. Over that time, funding for fuel cell research has gone through several boom-bust cycles. I started my...READ MORE >

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24 Mar 2021 | By Jonathan Mehtala

Shining Light on Particle Concentration

Comparing Concentration Measurements between the NanoSight NS300 and Zetasizer Ultra As a Field Application Scientist, I am often asked some form of the following question: Between NanoSight NS300 and Zetasizer Ultra, what is the “better” technology to measure particle concentration?...READ MORE >

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