NEW webinar series: Characterizing exosomes and nanoparticles for biomedical innovations

Biological particles

In the ever-evolving landscape of nanoparticle research, biologically-sourced nanoparticles, such as exosomes and viruses, offer groundbreaking applications in diagnostics, drug delivery, and gene therapy. While the potential of these microscopic marvels is immense, realizing this potential hinges on our ability to understand and characterize these nanoparticles.

Malvern Panalytical has many years’ experience supporting pharmaceutical organizations bring successful nanomedicines and nano-delivery systems to market. In our new three-part webinar series, Characterizing Exosomes and Nanoparticles, starting May 22, our biophysical characterization experts will share insights to show you how to strengthen your analytical workflows and innovate faster than your competition.

Join live for added extras!

Join us live for your chance to put your questions to our experts – we always try to respond to all questions during the session. If we can’t, we’ll follow-up with you after. What’s more, when you join the live session we’ll send you our white paper, “Exosomes and Microvesicles: An introduction” following the webinar.

What we’ll cover
With a focus on Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA), these expert-led sessions will dive deep into the characterization of biologically-sourced nanoparticles, including exosomes:

  • Analytical breakdown: Learn about the analytical techniques employed in characterizing these nanoparticles, focusing on what physicochemical properties to measure and why they matter
  • Harnessing fluorescence: Discover how Fluorescence-NTA can help you take your analysis further and reveal even more about your particles
  • Best Practices in NTA: From sample preparation to data analysis, gain expert insights into optimizing your NTA measurements with NanoSight Pro

Who should attend?

This webinar series is designed for scientists and researchers who are working with exosomes, viruses, and any other biologically-sourced nanoparticles-based therapeutics.  

Each webinar runs from 1-2 PM Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Join us to expand your knowledge and discover tools to elevate your research. Don’t miss out, registration is open NOW:

May 22, 2024Utilization and characterization of biologically sourced nanoparticles: exosomes and viral particlesDr Kasie BakerClick here to REGISTER NOW
June 5, 2024Optimizing fluorescence for NTA measurementsDr Ronald SorianoClick here to REGISTER NOW
June 20, 2024NTA and best practice: How to optimize data qualityDr Kasie BakerClick here to REGISTER NOW