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Ask The Expert Webinar Series
Optimizing your evidence processing equipment
This live webinar event will review requirements for the new USP General Chapter on Analytical Instrument Qualifications (AIQ)
This webcast will give you some insights about the contaminants that may be present in your lab’s purified water, and give practical advice about how to obtain the best water quality from your water purification system.
This webinar discusses how multi-angle light scattering (MALS) can be coupled with viscometry to measure hydrodynamic radius of polymers and biomolecules with results that exceed the sensitivity of online dynamic light scattering.
Good communication and proper equipment are essential to maintain safety and meet your lab’s needs, both today and for the future.
Learn from industry expert Susan Anderson to understand the analytical needs and challenges and how to perform the measurements using dedicated process and laboratory analyzers.
In this webinar, Dr. Stephen Hoag, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Maryland, Baltimore discusses the advantages that Near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy offers over traditional instrumental analysis methods.
Join us on December 10 for a free webinar when Mark Baker, IP Specialist at Rich Products Corporation, will describe how Rich’s R&D went about selecting the ELN, conducting the pilot project, rolling out the ELN system and the results so far. He will be joined by BIOVIA’s Mats Kihlén who will show how an ELN enables organizations to increase researcher efficiency, streamline lab operations, and optimize experiment collaboration.
In sequencing laboratories, lab managers and scientists have to face many scientific challenges. Having to worry about the quality of the water they use shouldn’t be one of them. In this webinar Dr. Sean Kennedy, of the MetaGenoPolis NGS platform, MetaQuant, will share his experience and help you make the right decisions concerning water for your laboratory.