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Hooke College of Applied Sciences offers a unique 3+1 learning program in cooperation with local colleges and universities that allows students to spend an entire year learning from the leading experts in the field of materials sciences, resulting in the acquisition of valuable skills that are highly sought after by employers. 18 minutes.
Benchtop scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) have come a long way since they were introduced. With capabilities including magnifications up to 60,000X, multiple accelerating voltages, and both SE and BSE detectors, these smaller versions of full-size SEMs are increasingly finding their way into industrial and educational laboratories. Watch this exciting webinar and learn about the new JEOL NeoScope JCM-6000PLUS offered by McCrone Microscopes & Accessories. 20 minutes.
We’ll demonstrate just how good the new detector technology has become. 22 minutes.
Learn some of the current technology utilized for evaluating/characterizing beverage and food packaging defects. 55 minutes.
An integrated approach to particle identification aids in identifying and sourcing foreign particulates in pharmaceutical products. 58 minutes.
Are you a knob tweaker or a knowledgeable operator? During this webinar, you will learn how to make informed decisions when setting up and adjusting your SEM, resulting in obtaining better information, in less time, from your sample. 71 minutes.
For many materials, the results from the NeoScope benchtop SEM are equivalent to research grade systems that cost several hundred thousand dollars more and require their own room. 37 minutes.
Investigational analysis at the particle level can often answer questions raised when your testing results are not what you expected. 37 minutes.
Learn how transmission electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (TEM/EDS) can provide improved identification of glass delamination flakes and secondary products formed in injectable drug products. 37 minutes.
At the end of the session, the attendee will be able to develop a well-defined process for taking an empirical approach to designing formulations and the lyophilization cycles used to dry them. By understanding and applying these principles, companies have a much greater chance of getting products approved by the regulatory agencies than companies that employ a "trial and error" approach to formulation and lyophilization cycle design. 80 minutes.
Using a case study example, you will be introduced to different techniques for obtaining infrared spectra, and how to approach evaluation and interpretation of infrared spectra. 24 minutes.
An Introduction to Optical Measuring Systems
A simple introduction to optical measurement. 37 minutes.
Utilizing FDM as Part of a Complete Thermal Characterization Study
for Optimized Lyophilization Cycle Development
Optimizing a lyophilization cycle begins with conducting a thermal characterization study, including freeze-dry microscopy. Identifying the glass transition temperature (Tg’), the eutectic melting temperature (Te), and the collapse temperature allows the development scientist to thoroughly understand how to design the cycle specifically for the product, resulting in the development of a more robust cycle capable of being run in the shortest amount of time. 39 minutes.