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Improving quality of bacterial culture and oligonucleotides with UV/Vis spectroscopy to accelerate mRNA vaccine production

mRNA vaccines are a new type of vaccine against infectious diseases. Traditionally, vaccines use a weakened or inactivated form of a pathogen to trigger an immune response. mRNA vaccines, however, enable cells to synthesize a protein that triggers a potent immune response against infectious disease. Manufacturing mRNA vaccines is a complex process that requires highly […]

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Applications of Raman Spectroscopy in pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Join us in this 30 minute webinar to understand how Raman spectroscopy can help you to ease analytical bottle neck in Bio pharmaceutical manufacturing. Event details: 9/6/2021, 3:30 PM – 9/6/2021, 4:00 PM         Time zone: (UTC+01:00) Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb Microsoft Teams meeting Speakers: Shailesh Karavadra, Shailesh has over 15 years of […]

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SPECTROSCOPY WEEK MAY 24 – 27

Join us for Spectroscopy Week: Virtual Users Meeting Research, production and analytical laboratories worldwide rely on spectroscopy and other characterization tools for the rapid development of new innovative materials and the efficient qualitative and quantitative analysis of those materials. This is evident in areas such as forensics, polymers, food & beverage and pharmaceuticals. With these […]

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Live Webinar: Lean Manufacturing Practices Using Handheld Raman in Biopharmaceutical Production

Please join us for this 20 min + 15 min Q&A live webinar, where Shailesh Karavadra from Thermo Fisher Scientific, will talk about the Thermo Scientific™ TruScan™ RM Handheld Raman analyzer with TruTools™ embedded chemometrics and how this technology is helping scientists in the biopharmaceutical industry to rapidly perform customized qualitative and quantitative analysis of […]

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Instrument Systems take on Burden of Compliance

Event Overview: The ever-changing regulatory environment faced by manufacturers in pharmaceuticals and other regulated industries can cause confusion and doubts about compliance. Instrument systems designed to meet regulatory requirements can relieve the burden for manufacturers. How do they do it? Watch this webcast to see how two different instrument platforms—Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) and microvolume […]

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Poster: Microplastic Analysis with FTIR and Raman Spectroscopy

Goals and Objectives:   Develop a methodology for the isolation and analysis of microplastic particles using FTIR and Raman spectroscopy Isolate microplastic particles from solutions using filters that allow direct spectroscopic analysis Determine the size and shape of the microplastic particles using image analysis Identify the type of microplastic using FTIR or Raman spectroscopy by […]

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Something you need to see, to believe

Increasing productivity is a consistent message that isn’t always backed by performance, making claims difficult to believe. QAQC labs often fall short of their productivity goals for a variety of reasons; interruptions, need for new workflows, manual steps, tedious sample prep, re-work, and collecting background measurements are just a few examples. With advanced software and […]

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Ensuring product safety and efficacy of alcohol-based hand sanitizers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) first revised its hand hygiene guidelines in 2002 to recommend alcohol-based hand sanitizer as a possible alternative to hand cleansing with soap and water for the public and health care personnel. The majority of alcohol-based hand sanitizers contain either isopropanol, ethanol, n-propanol, or a combination of two […]

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Food – rheology and extrusion compentium

Welcome to the skilled guide on food rheology and extrusion! Here you’ll find a compendium of useful articles and application notes providing expertise on enhancing food properties via rheology and extrusion. Foods can be structurally complex, incorporating emulsions and mixing solids, liquids and gels into a single product. The information in this compendium can help […]

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Interview with Dr. Kameda, Environmental Microplastic Researcher

As an Associate Professor at the Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, Dr. Yutaka Kameda has worked on several research projects regarding microplastics in the environment including establishing analysis methods to measure microplastics with FTIR spectroscopy. In this interview, you’ll read about his environmental research as well as his thoughts on the current and future state […]

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