At Malvern Panalytical, our team of expert engineers and scientists constantly innovate to address the analytical challenges our customers are facing, in fundamental research through to product development and processing.
We pioneer novel technologies and solutions by pushing the boundaries of instrument design and software functionality, always seeking to improve usability and enhance performance aspects such as measurement speed and range. This is what makes Malvern Panalytical global leaders in in the development of analytical technologies, especially those used for particle characterization.
Detailed particle characterization enables a thorough understanding of particulate material properties and how they impact the final product, in industries ranging from pharmaceutical development to metal powder processing and electrode manufacture. This level of knowledge creates confidence and control through optimized development and manufacturing processes.
On October 4th 2017, we’re proud to be unveiling the ultimate solution for every scientist who seeks absolute analysis and understanding of their particulate samples. Please join us to see how the future of particle characterization has been transformed.
Key Learning Objectives
Learn about a new particle characterization system designed to help you understand your processes and samples
Explore a new troubleshooting method for use during product development and manufacture
Create confidence in your process and detect anomalies and contaminants, pinpointing process deviations
Maximize the information produced during your particle analysis measurements
The advent of controlled process chemistry by using flow parameters and microconfinement or micromixing has enabled far more efficient and high yielding reactions especially in organic synthesis and the development of new pharmaceutics or drugs. However, not much has been reported on its application in polymerization and nanoscale materials synthesis.
The synthesis of polymers allows for the in-situ and real-time production of materials necessary for the production of plastics, hydrogels, surfactants, proteins, etc. Nanomaterials that include metal, metal oxide, carbon, and silica are important for utilization in catalysis, dyes, sensors, drug delivery, etc. In this talk, we will show the possibilities for polymerization under flow chemistry conditions and their possible use in polymerization and nanomaterials synthesis.
This can be done by producing better pressure, volume, and temperature control often reaching supercritical or optimized flow conditions. For example, better polydispersity, molecular weight, block copolymer and branching efficiencies have been reported in flow chemistry.
We will also report our recent results in living free radical polymerization, micro particle modification, and nanoparticle synthesis, methods. Characterization like size exclusion chromatography and other particles analysis methods are emphasized.
The advent of controlled process chemistry by using flow parameters has enabled far more efficient and high yielding reactions in organic synthesis and drug development. There are also possibilities for performing polymerization under flow chemistry conditions with a number benefits, and this will be dicussed in this webinar. Who should attend?
Anybody interested in polymerization or nanoparticle synthesis who would like to understand more about the benefits of Flow Chemistry. What will you learn?
In this talk, we will show the possibilities for polymerization under flow chemistry conditions, and the benefits the approach can provide, such as better polydispersity, molecular weight, block copolymer and branching efficiencies.
İki yılda bir yapılan bir sempozyum olan Gazi Pharma Sempozyumu’nun ilk serisi, 2015 yılında Antalya’da başarıyla gerçekleştirildi.
Bu yıl 11-13 Ekim tarihleri arasında Ankara’da ikincisi düzenlenecek olan Uluslararası Gazi Eczacılık Sempozyumu Serisi’nde Atomika Teknik Cihazlar Olarak biz de yerimizi aldık. Değerli katılımlarınızı bekliyoruz.
GPSS-2017’nin amacı, ilaç keşfi ve geliştirme süreci ile ilgili tüm alanların önemli rollerini vurgulamaktır ve aynı zamanda uzmanları ilaç bilimlerinde bir araya getirerek disiplinler arası farmasötik bilimler alanlarında uluslararası işbirliği ve iletişim için geniş bir platform sağlamaktır. Bilimsel program, bütün alanlarda ilaç bilimlerine katkıda bulunan tüm ortaklar tarafından verilen sözlü ve poster sunumların yanı sıra genel kursları da içermektedir.
Water quality plays a crucial role in the overall productivity and efficiency of thermal power generation systems. Poor water quality can lead to organic acid corrosion in boilers/heat exchangers, deposition on turbine blades, and low purity steam return. Monitoring Total Organic Carbon (TOC) and Boron can help manage your water quality and provide reliable insights for process optimization. Attendees of this webinar will learn how to maximize plant uptime, protect capital equipment, and improve profitability with TOC and Boron monitoring.
Topics will include:
▪Introduction and need for TOC and Boronmonitoring
▪Importance of reliable analytical tools
▪Value of organics monitoring forequipment protection
Companies that perform manual, automated or CIP cleaning of their production equipment are required to demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements for effective removal of residues. Still many of these companies use historical limits and complex test methods.
Testing rinse water or swab samples is a common technique in bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing to ensure the cleaning process removes residues to a safe limit. The quality of these is mandated by global regulatory bodies to define limits based on toxicological evaluations and specified testing requirements. This talk is designed to help companies understand that cleaning needs to be looked at as an ongoing process, including continuous monitoring to ensure removal of all product and cleaning residues and removal of any potential contaminants. Testing for TOC and Conductivity in the laboratory, at-line or online can be acceptable methods to achieve compliance to the current guidelines and enhance the turnaround time of production equipment.
Daniel Kellner-Steinmetz Lead Engineer – Customer Application Engineering
GE Analytical Instruments
Daniel Kellner-Steinmetz is the EMEA Applications Specialist for GE’s Analytical Instruments division. He has eight years of experience in the Quality, Manufacturing and Training areas of the pharmaceutical industry. Most recently he served as the Global Product Quality Lead for several commercial products at Shire (formerly Baxter) in Vienna. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Who Should Attend:
Human and Veterinary Pharma and Biopharma
Title: Using TOC and Conductivity for Cleaning Validation, Verification and Monitoring
Capillary Flow Porometry for fast, easy, accurate predictions of biomedical membrane performance.
There is a wide range of filtration applications within the biomedical industry. I.V. filters provide safe delivery of infusion therapies by trapping out particulate matter while ensuring proper flow. Blood filters remove clots and aggregates from stored blood sources prior to delivery to a patient. Barrier layers used in implantable devices permit the flow of preferred blood components into and out of the device while keeping undesired components out. All of these processes, and many more like them, are carried out within the through pores of the membranes used in biomedical devices.