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  • Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturing

    The Viscosity Reduction Platform: Enabling Subcutaneous (subQ) Delivery

    In this webinar, we will discuss the possibility of combining excipients in ways that can reduce protein viscosity while maintaining stability - eventually enabling subQ delivery.

    Tobias Rosenkranz, Ph.D.

    MilliporeSigma

    Senior Manager, Biomolecule Formulation R&D

    Duration:
    1 hour
    Language:
    English
    Session 1:
    Thu, October 7, 202110:00 AM EST
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  • Analytical chemistry, Chemistry and synthesis

    Chemistry Minds Virtual Seminars

    We would like to invite you to participate in the first event of our 'Chemistry Minds' virtual seminar series. At Merck, we constantly pursue and encourage active partnerships and collaboration between the different players in science. For that, the "Chem

    Tom Sheppard

    University College London, Professor of Organic Chemistry

    PhD

    Emma Gardener

    Technical Application Scientist, Cheminformatics Technologies; MilliporeSigma

    PhD

    Duration:
    2 hours
    Language:
    English
    Session 1:
    Wed, October 20, 20219:00 AM EST
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  • Genomics

    Guest Talk by Eupheria Biotech GmbH: RNA Interference - From Single Gene Studies to Whole Genome Screens

    In this talk, we will take a look at the technology of endoribonuclease-prepared siRNAs (esiRNA) to overcome the limitations of RNAi and show the advantages over standard siRNAs. We will also see how this technology is used in different research fields su

    Julia Krüger

    Eupheria Biotech GmbH

    PhD, Senior Scientist

    Duration:
    1 hour
    Language:
    English
    Session 1:
    Thu, October 28, 20215:00 AM EST
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  • Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturing

    The Developability Classification System for Poorly Soluble Drug Formulation Strategies

    The developability classification system (DCS) is an emerging tool to optimize formulation of poorly soluble drug formulations. Tune in to our webinar to discover how this tool can be used for targeted formulation development of dissolution and solubility

    Daniel J. Price

    MilliporeSigma

    Strategic Marketing Manager

    Duration:
    1 hour
    Language:
    English
    Session 1:
    Tue, November 2, 202110:00 AM EST
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  • Analytical chemistry

    Volumetric Titration: A Step-by-Step Guide to Correct Results

    In this expert webinar, we explore the basics of volumetric titration and present tips and advice to help you make sure that your titration results are always precise and reproducible.

    Angela Schwehn

    MilliporeSigma

    Chemical Laboratory Technician

    Christian Haider

    Metrohm AG

    Application Specialist

    Duration:
    1 hour
    Language:
    English
    Session 1:
    Tue, November 2, 202112:00 PM EST
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  • Analytical chemistry, Analytical chemistry

    UHPLC-like Performance Using Monolithic Silica Columns for the Rapid, Sensitive, and Highly Efficient Separation of Small and Large Molecules

    This webinar will discuss these advances in monolith silica column design from both a fundamental level and from an application standpoint. Utilizing these modified monolithic HPLC columns, application examples for rapid, sensitive, and highly efficient

    Petra Lewits

    MilliporeSigma

    Global Product Manager for Analytical Chromatography, HPLC columns

    Duration:
    1 hour
    Language:
    English
    Session 1:
    Thu, November 11, 20218:00 AM EST
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