Get the most from your rheology software and test methods.
Are your rheological test methods as good as they can be? Find out at our informative seminar. Plus find out how to improve, simplify and standardize methods, data evaluation and documentation.
Book 1, 2 or three of these day-long seminar modules:
For dates, languages (English or German), pricing and information about the seminar location in Germany, view the registration page.
WITec’s TrueSurface Microscopy Operating Suite FIVE
|Nanosurf’s new research AFM system, the CoreAFM, is going into operation at customer sites around the globe. The first researchers to use the highly versatile CoreAFM are based in the USA and Germany. Deliveries are also being made to Argentina, Ecuador, and China. CoreAFM system well received around globe
These customers appreciate the compact design and attractive pricing. The powerful benchtop system with a multitude of modes allows them to perform all kinds of measurements, facilitated by interchangeable accessories and mode kits.
Powerful and versatile
Thanks to the integrated active vibration isolation table, your images will be clean and clear – further enhanced by the innovative Spike-Guard system that automatically catches environmental perturbations, and rescans the affected line.
To find out more about the CoreAFM, view the product page on the Nanosurf website, or for specific questions, contact us directly.
CoreAFM system well received around globe .
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.
See you in Boston,
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If you require exceptional laboratory services and support, our technical expertise and industry knowledge allows us to provide service and training for all the products we represent.
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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
Can you rely on your rheological measuring results? With correct, reproducible measuring, you can release your batch from production, independent of different users, components or company sites. The Thermo Scientific™ HAAKE™ MARS rheometer, designed for reproducibility, coupled with easy workflow for careful preparation of your sample, is all the difference you need.
Learn the steps you can take to ensure your measuring results are accurate and reproducible – whether produced on different instruments even on different sites.
Download this application note and learn how to:
Request the full application note “Well prepared – good results” today!
Surface Canada 2017-Biannual meeting
Thermo Scientific HAAKE MARS Rheometer Designed
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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