Below are the forthcoming shows that will exhibit Malvern’s pharmaceutical solutions. Conferences and Exhibitions 29...
Malvern Panalytical has announced its latest set of seminars for the November/December period, including a NanoSight workshop, an OMA user day and a DLS Workshop.
NanoSight Workshop in Edinburgh, UK
Malvern Panalytical has announced a NanoSight Workshop in Edinburgh, UK.
Taking place on 6 November from 10:00-16:00 (GMT), this workshop is open to anyone that uses the Malvern Panalytical NanoSight range to characterise their sample. Discuss your experiences, challenges and successes in using the NanoSight in your research.
This workshop has been designed to cover basic training, including how to obtain the best image for size and concentration data in light scatter mode, best practice and how to maintain your NanoSight instrument. Also, have access to Malvern Panalytical NanoSight experts and meet other users.
The workshop will take place at the Centre for Inflammation Research and the University of Edinburgh.
11th OMA User Day
Malvern Panalytical is hosting a free user day on how various analytical techniques can be used for applications related to the mining industry.
The following techniques will be covered:
- X-ray diffraction
- X-ray fluorescence
- Laser diffraction
- Sample preparation by fusion
This event is a great occasion to meet with various experts and gain insights into how to address challenges in your laboratory. Various presentations (including one from SGS), hands-on activities, roundtables and demonstrations are planned throughout the day. Snacks and lunch will also be provided.
The event will take place on 7 November from 9:00-17:00 (GMT-4:00) at the Malvern Panalytical offices in Québec, Canada. Sign up early to reserve your seat since registration has a limited number of attendees.
X’raydiate, University of Hyderabad and Jalandhar Symposium
Materials research has been instrumental towards a better quality of life. Without pushing the limits of science, we wouldn’t be having better, safer, longer lasting electronics, plastic components and more. Undoubtedly, X-ray diffraction (XRD) has been integral towards materials science research.
Malvern Panalytical has proudly organised X’raydiate symposiums on a regular basis to bring the XRD community together. In this edition, its theme focuses on improving the world we live in with XRD. The company is honoured to have renowned professors and researchers as invited speakers who will share their research applications.
Addressing this symposium is Dr Gwilherm Nénert, a specially invited guest from Malvern Panalytical’s supply centre in the Netherlands. He will share cutting-edge research using advanced XRD techniques including non-ambient, small angle X-ray scattering and PDF.
Moreover, look out for the exciting launch of Malvern Panalytical’s third-generation multipurpose X-ray diffractometer. Experimental set up is often a concern and manual intervention is no longer required with the Empyrean III series, which comes equipped with the company’s multi-core optics.
This event will take place from 12-13 November at 9:00-16:00 (GMT+5:30) at the National Chemical Laboratory in Pune, India; the 14 November from 9:30-17:30 (GMT+05:30) at the University of Hyderabad, India; and 17 November from 9:30-16:00 (GMT+05:30) at the National Institute of Technology Jalandhar, India.
Solutions for Elemental and Structural Analysis
Malvern Panalytical cordially invites you to attend two seminars held in the Czech Republic.
- Introduction of Malvern Panalytical
- Innovative solutions for elemental analysis and material science, including Empyrean III, Epsilon 4, high-performance small spot mapping Zetium and application XRF modules for trace elements, fused pearls and oils measuring
- Introduction of Malvern instruments for particle size distribution
- Service and after-sales support
Experts from Malvern Panalytical will introduce the basics of measurement methods and innovative solutions, and provide you with information about the new instruments. The lectures will be conducted partly in Czech and partly in English.
Malvern Panalytical believes that participants will find the topics and discussions that arise during the seminars interesting and stimulating.
The event will take place on 20 November from 8:30-17:00 at the AC Krejcárek in Prague; and 21 November from 9:00-17:00 at the Hotel Magnus in Trenčín, Czech Republic.
DLS Workshop in Cambridge, UK
Malvern Panalytical has announced the dynamic light scattering (DLS) workshop in Cambridge, UK.
This workshop is open to anyone that uses the Malvern Panalytical Zetasizer Nano range to characterise their sample. Discuss your experiences, challenges and successes in using the Zetasizer in your research.
This workshop has been designed to cover basic training, which includes the best measurement practice for size (DLS) and Zeta potential (electrophoretic light scattering) measurements.
The company will showcase its latest development, the Zetasizer Ultra. Join Malvern and find out more about its new DLS technology for faster measurements and more robust results. Also, have access to Malvern Panalytical Zetasizer experts and meet other users.
This event takes place on 28 November from 9:30-16:00 at the Chemistry Department of the University of Cambridge.
Malvern Panalytical Live
This is a one-day, free-to-attend educational seminar series from MalvernPanalytical.
Discover the latest technology solutions to help solve your business challenges. Network with leading industry and technology experts and get the insights you need to help increase efficiency and reduce costs and enhance your knowledge through presentations and practical demonstrations.
This event takes place on 6 December from 9:30-16:00 (GMT) in the NoWFOOD Centre of the University of Chester, UK.
We understand that good communication can ‘bring people together’ even when we are supposed to...
Malvern Panalytical, with Concept Life Sciences (Cheshire, UK), has begun an innovative partnership that unites...
The age of the battery is well underway. Lithium-ion batteries, for example, have already revolutionized...