Application of 3D Confocal Raman and Correlative Techniques for in vivo and in vitro Studies
Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th of August, 2017
Workshop on Applications of 3D Confocal Raman and Correlative Techniques for in vivo and in vitro Studies
University of Guelph
Tuesday 15th of August 2017
WITec Raman Microscopy Workshop
Hi RheoSense 2017 BioProcessing Summit Boston
RheoSense specialists will be in Boston for the 2017 Bioprocessing Summit August 21st to 25th. We will be showcasing our microfluidic technology, Viscometer-Rheometer-on-a-Chip (VROC®) platform. All products including VROC® initium, the automatic viscometer, m-VROC®, and microVISC™ will be on display at Booth #105.
Can’t make it to Bioprocessing to visit our booth? We are scheduling on site demos the following week, August 28th to September 1st!
If you need fast accurate viscosity measurements with less than 50 microliters of sample, let me know and I will be happy to talk to you about scheduling an on-site visit.
Respond to this email or to DFox@RheoSense.com or call me at (925)866-3801 ext 14 to schedule a demo.
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New Application Note: Ionic Strength & Effects on Protein Stability
Ionic strength plays a critical role in the stability of a protein in solution. During formulation, neutral salts are often added to control the solution’s ionic strength (IS). It is well-documented that protein solubility is increased at low salt concentrations, a phenomenon known as “salting in.”
In this case, additional salt ions are attracted to charged regions of the proteins, shileding individual protein molecules from intermolecular attractive forces. Intramolecularly, salt ions also shield regions of like charges from each other by reducing intramolecular repulsive forces. In low IS conditions, intramolecular repulsion can cause the chains of the protein to expand, which would lead to an increase in molecular size and decrease in protein stability.
Video-Rate AFM Enables New Research Opportunities
Register Now for the Webinar: “Video-Rate AFM Enables New Research Opportunities”
June 7, 2017
Would you like to better understand how video-rate AFM can broaden your research capabilities? Oxford Instruments Asylum Research in conjunction with Microscopy and Analysis host this informative webinar and present recent results from a variety of experiments.
• Real-time self-assembly of collagen into fibrils
Related experiments such as the melting and re-crystallization of polymers will also be shown and future research opportunities that might be enabled by this technology will be discussed.
Finally, we will briefly review the design of the AFM used for this work, the newly released Asylum Research Cypher VRS, the first and only full-featured video-rate AFM.
About the Presenter
Image above: Frames from a movie of lambda digest DNA cleaved by DNAse1 enzyme. Imaged at a line rate of 625 Hz at 320×64 pixels for a frame rate of 8.7 fps with the Asylum Research Cypher VRS Video-Rate AFM.
Video-Rate AFM Enables New Research Opportunities
|Improve the accuracy and reproducibility of your rheological results
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Surface Canada 2017-Biannual meeting
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LIVE WEBINAR: Wednesday May 31st, 2017
To register, please click on the image below! webinar Process Analytics 21st Century Manufacturing
- Understand when we need process analytics in advanced manufacturing
- Understand some of the challenges in implementing process analytics successfully
- Understand the particular benefits in using Raman spectroscopy
Both new and experienced Raman users, including scientists and researchers from material sciences, life sciences, pharma, and other fields that use Raman spectroscopy.
webinar Process Analytics 21st Century Manufacturing
|Mar 01, 2017 – Mar 01, 2017
You can create better starch compounds by controlling extrusion conditions for food products. This webinar explains how to improve the quality of your final food product by managing the influence of twin-screw extrusion on various product properties. Webinar Extrusion Conditions Influence Properties Starch Compounds
Background: Starch is a base material for many food products: snacks, cereals, pet food, etc. Yet the gelation process is complex and shaped by many different variables. Processing starch with twin-screw extrusion offers a great flexibility in process design and the opportunity to positively influence products derived from it.
Benefits: Learn how to manipulate processing variables to design a starch matrix that delivers the texture, stability and processability you want. The webinar covers how to choose extruder parameters such as screw set-up, processing temperature and liquid-to-solid ratio to create the desired final food properties. Then see how oscillatory rheometry can deliver the precise analysis needed to ensure a high-quality end product.
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Webinar Extrusion Conditions Influence Properties Starch Compounds
|Tue, May 30, 2017 11:00A EDT Webinar Perspectives 3D Confocal Raman Imaging
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Presented by WITec GmbH, this webinar will show the workflow and power of confocal Raman imaging for analyzing the chemical composition, crystallinity, stress, optoelectronic and structural properties of materials and organisms. It will introduce you to state-of-the-art developments in confocal Raman imaging, including:
• Automation for more user-friendliness
• Recording surface topography of rough and uneven surfaces using WITec’s TrueSurface technology
• Improved analysis by simplifying the extraction of information from the data set
WITec confocal Raman microscope.
A live data evaluation of measured datasets will demonstrate the power of confocal Raman imaging today.
Presenter Thomas Dieing, Ph.D., is director of applications and support at WITec GmbH in Ulm, Germany. Dieing obtained his Ph.D. from La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia in 2005, where he investigated the MBE growth of nitrogen containing III/V semiconductors. In 2006 he joined WITec’s application team and became director of applications and support in 2007.
Technical innovations in Raman microscopy now allow for extremely sharp 2D and 3D Raman imaging. Equipping a Raman microscope with additional techniques such as Atomic Force Microscopy makes correlative Raman microscopy easier by linking chemical with structural information. Attend this free webinar to experience advances in correlative, confocal Raman imaging that make the microscopic procedure and evaluation of data easier and quicker than ever before.
Who should attend: Both new and experienced Raman users, including scientists and researchers from material sciences, life sciences, pharma and other fields that use Raman microscopy.About WITec GMbH: Since its founding in 1997, WITec GMbH has established itself as a market leader in the field of nano-analytical microscope systems (Raman, AFM, SNOM). All WITec products are developed and produced at the WITec headquarters in Ulm, Germany, which enables the most stringent quality control and high quality standards.
Webinar Perspectives 3D Confocal Raman Imaging
Innovations in Profilometer-guided Raman Imaging
WITec, the inventor of topographic Raman imaging, will present at Pittcon 2017 in Chicago the next generation of its patented TrueSurface optical profilometer. The combination of surface analysis and Raman spectral acquisition enables topographic Raman imaging on rough and uneven samples. Onepass simultaneous operation makes 3D Raman chemical characterization easier and faster than ever before. WITec-TrueSurface-Original Topographic Raman Imaging System Redefined
“WITec established Raman topographic imaging with TrueSurface. We then continued to innovate, leveraging the inherent strengths of our systems,” says Dr. Olaf Hollricher, Managing Director of R&D at WITec. “The overwhelmingly positive feedback from our customers confirms that chemical 3D surface analysis with TrueSurface is a successful concept with an enthusiastic following in academia and industry.” WITec-TrueSurface-Original Topographic Raman Imaging System Redefined
With the TrueSurface option, Raman spectra are acquired from precisely along a surface, or at a set, user-defined distance from a surface. This makes the distribution of chemical components within the sample visible in three dimensions. Rough, inclined or irregularly-shaped samples can be investigated with the same ease as standard samples. The requirements of sample preparation can therefore be drastically reduced. WITec-TrueSurface-Original Topographic Raman Imaging System Redefined
As the TrueSurface sensor actively monitors and maintains a set distance between the objective and sample surface, its closed-loop operation can compensate for any variations during measurements with long integration times. This keeps the measurement area in focus at all times and produces sharp chemical Raman images with sub-micrometer resolution. WITec-TrueSurface-Original Topographic Raman Imaging System Redefined
Investigations on pharmaceutical tablet coatings, geological samples, composite emulsions, complex semiconductor structures and many other applications can benefit from the ease of use, accelerated workflow and methodological advantages provided by the new TrueSurface. WITec-TrueSurface-Original Topographic Raman Imaging System Redefined
“TrueSurface is for everybody who wants to just take a sample, as it is, and put it under a microscope for chemical analysis,” explains Dr. Joachim Koenen, Managing Director at WITec. “Also, the combination of confocal Raman imaging and optical profilometry provides additional information on the chemical distribution of the sample components that are of great benefit to our customers.” WITec-TrueSurface-Original Topographic Raman Imaging System Redefined
The new TrueSurface from WITec will be presented at the Pittcon 2017 Conference & Expo at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois from March 5th to the 9th. Topographic Raman imaging can be experienced live at booth #1638.
Watch the WITec TrueSurface product video:
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WITec is a leading German manufacturer of confocal and scanning-probe microscopes for state-ofthe-art Raman, Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy (SNOM) and developed the integrated Raman Imaging and Scanning Electron (RISE) microscopy. WITec’s headquarters is located in Ulm, Germany, where all WITec products are developed and produced. Branch offices in USA, Japan, Singapore, China and Spain ensure a worldwide sales and support network. WITec has been distinguished by its innovative product portfolio and a microscope design that enables combinations of the various imaging techniques within one system. An exemplar of the company’s breakthrough development is the world’s first integrated Raman-AFM microscope. To this day, WITec’s confocal microscopes are unrivaled in sensitivity, resolution and imaging capabilities. Significant innovation awards such as the Achema Innovation Award 2015 for the fully automated apyron microscope and a Prism Award 2015 for RISE microscopy document WITec’s enduring success and innovative strength.