Virtual Light Scattering Workshops & User Meetings

Our virtual user meetings and workshops continue with focus on ASTRA® software! Please join us for a livestreamed event on August 25th to learn about how to seamlessly integrate light scattering analysis with HPLC instrument control, pick up some software tips and tricks, and discover new ways to analyze your experiments. As part of this workshop we will also present a session on 21 CFR Part 11 compliant features.

Our application scientists will be live to answer your questions and perform brief software demos during the meeting. Submit your questions at registration or during the workshop.

 
 

Upcoming Virtual User Meeting: Ask us about ASTRA
Tuesday, August 25th, 2020
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT

Topics include:
  • What’s new in ASTRA 8 and HPLC CONNECT
  • Live Q&A from questions submitted before and during the broadcast
  • Using advanced analysis methods such as Viral Vector, Particle Concentration, Protein Conjugation and more
  • Our favorite tips and tricks for setting up experiments and analyzing data
  • ASTRA 21 CFR Part 11 compliance
Who should attend:
  • New and experienced MALS users who want to get the most out of ASTRA’s capabilities
  • Researchers who want to explore new analyses and methods for diverse applications
  • Active and potential users of Wyatt instruments seeking to engage with our scientists

New to light scattering or interested in learning more? We’ve covered the basics of light scattering techniques and their applications in our May Virtual User Workshops. Scroll down to view past presentations and recordings.


June 2020 User Meeting

Interested in learning about advanced light scattering methods and our new software capabilities for quantification of genetic content, DNA-conjugate analysis, and particle concentration determination? In this webinar we present applications and demonstrate how multi-angle and dynamic light scattering (MALS/DLS) can be used in batch, with size exclusion chromatography (SEC) or with field flow fractionation (FFF) for in-depth characterization of viral vectors and bio-nanoparticles.

Introductory light scattering presentation recordings may be viewed here. Current customers with access to our Support Center may view all presentations and recordings here.

 
 

May 2020 User Meeting

New to light scattering or interested in learning more? We’ve covered the basics of light scattering techniques and their applications in our May Virtual User Workshops. Introductory light scattering presentation recordings may be viewed here. Current customers with access to our Support Center may view all presentations and recordings here.