Latest methods in Macromolecule and Nanoparticle Characterization - Austin

Techniques that will be covered include: Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) and Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) / Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) for particle characterization including our new OMNISEC, the turn key solution for SEC.

Learn from Malvern’s nanoparticle characterization specialists about this range of technologies for the characterization of macromolecules and/or nanoparticles in the biopharmaceutical, chemicals, and other industries. Hear how local scientists in various research areas are applying some of these techniques to obtain useful information to further their research. Advantages and limitations of each technology along with application examples/case studies will be discussed.

You will leave this seminar with a thorough understanding of the latest developments in macromolecule and nanoparticle characterization methods with relevance for YOUR applications.


Carrie Schindler, PhD, Technical Specialist, Malvern Instruments 

Sonja Capracotta, PhD, Technical Specialist, Malvern Instruments 

Alma Castañeda, PhD Student in Dr. Richard M Crooks' lab, UT Austin, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry 

Jeffrey E. Dick, NSF Graduate Research Fellow in Dr. Allen J. Bard’s lab, UT Austin, Department of Chemistry


Deadline to register is March 20, 2015 

This seminar is free to attend


Space is limited - register early to reserve a spot 

Seminar is free of charge