Fluence Analytics CTO is attending the 2018 Biotherapeutics Analytical Summit, and he will present a poster on the use of static light scattering signals to identify and minimize aggregation during formulation development. The poster will detail how ARGEN is used to screen the effects of each formulation solution condition with respect to the reduction of a sample’s aggregation rate. Dr. Danny Chou, a Fluence Analytics industry adviser and ARGEN user, will present during Monday’s Joint Plenary Session at 9:50 am. Dr. Chou’s presentation is titled The Next Frontier in subvisible Particle Analysis: New Tools and Potential Opportunities. The talk will highlight new instruments that are leading the way to filling the gaps in particle analysis and characterization. Email ARGEN@fluenceanalytics.com to schedule a meeting during the Biotherapeutics Analytical Summit.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) selected Fluence Analytics as one of 30 companies to participate in the 2018 Industry Growth Forum and Emerging Markets Day. The selection allows Fluence Analytics’ CEO to present to investors and industry experts at the 30th Industry Growth Forum. The Forum is one of the premier clean energy investment events, and it features presentations from 30 clean energy companies, industry-focused panels, and organized networking events. NREL is the U.S. Department of Energy’s primary national laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development.
Registration is now open for Tulane PolyRMC’s annual GPC Training Academy which is hosted in conjunction with Fluence Analytics. The preeminent GPC Training Academy hosted by PolyRMC and its industry partners will return to Tulane University in New Orleans on May 9-11, 2018. The semi-annual course will teach attendees the background and fundamentals of GPC (also referred to as Size Exclusion Chromatography, SEC) as well as the latest GPC methods including multi-detection using light scattering and viscosity. The course’s schedule includes a two-day overview of methods and techniques and a half day of hands-on sessions.
The GPC Training Academy is hosted by a non-profit, academic research Center at Tulane University in conjunction with multiple vendors which ensures a deeper focus on content and education over any one specific product. World-renowned GPC experts will lead the course, and attendees will regularly receive one-on-one Q&A opportunities to discuss specific applications with instructors. Additionally, participants can review individual results and challenges throughout the course which is ideal for quality control personnel, scientists, engineers, technicians, and R&D and analytical departments.