In this top list, curated by our expert editors, discover how AstraZeneca carries out pharmaceutical impurity profiling, learn how the Institute of Earth Physics of Paris prepares volcanic samples for analysis and listen to our exclusive two-part podcast with a senior scientist at the RIKILT Institute of Food Safety.
Learn about the challenges faced with API and formulation impurity analysis from scientists at AstraZeneca. Watch this fascinating webinar with industry experts on-demand today.
With numerous recalls and new regulations, the safety of toys has gained publicity on a global scale, particularly the content of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These compounds, such as benzene and toluene, are residual after the manufacture of various types of polymers, additives and coatings and are potentially hazardous to the health of children if present at high levels. Discover an approach developed to measure VOCs at low levels using headspace trap (HS Trap) sample introduction with gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS).
Scientists from the Institute of Earth Physics of Paris (IPGP) are using pure and ultrapure water at every stage of their sample analysis. IPGP is the second largest French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) research unit in France. Learn more about the technology being used in this video.
Primary aromatic amines (PAAs) have been broadly used in large amounts as a chemical feedstock within the chemical industry, despite some have either a proven or suspected carcinogenic nature. To ensure public safety and product efficacy, the cosmetics and personal care industry is high legislated. Learn an accurate, fast and robust alternative method for the rapid analysis of PAAs in cosmetic and personal care products.
In this exclusive two-day webinar event, industry experts from Agilent Technologies discussed the benefits of adding ion mobility to LC/Q-TOF/MS, LC/MS workflows for biosimilars and antibody drug conjugates and much more. Learn how to stay abreast of advances in knowledge and improvements in technology and navigate the maze of shifting government regulations.
Listen to our exclusive two-part podcast with Dr Hans Mol, senior scientist, on the use of mass spectrometry to detect contaminants and pesticide residues for food and feed safety.
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