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Raman Spectroscopy - Articles and news items

App Note: Benefits of library and identification method transfer capabilities using hand-held Raman spectrometers

Whitepapers / 30 May 2014 / B&W Tek

Identification of materials using spectral libraries and other multivariate identification methods on hand-held Raman spectrometers has allowed for rapid non-destructive analysis and easy interpretation of results for non-technical users…

Bio-Contamination, Risk Profiling and Proactive Response

Webinars, Z Homepage promo / 29 May 2014 / TSI

This webinar provides an overview of the new PHSS Bio-contamination Monograph and the value of real-time airborne viable particle detection in GMP classified areas.

B&W Tek announces agreement with LabWare, Inc for automation and reporting

Featured news / 3 March 2014 / B&W Tek

B&W Tek, Inc. is pleased to announce its newest strategic partnership with LabWare, Inc…

Product Hub: AMRI’s SMARTSOURCING™ approach and the use of Raman technology

Issue 1 2014 / 19 February 2014 / Dr Xufeng Sun, Senior Research Scientist II, AMRI

Dr Xufeng Sun, Senior Research Scientist II at AMRI, discusses their SMARTSOURCING™ approach, looking particularly at the use of Raman technology…

Whitepaper: Content uniformity method development

Whitepapers, Z Homepage promo / 3 February 2014 / Cobalt Light Systems

Dr. Carl Anderson of Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, USA has written a white paper about developing transmission Raman methods for content uniformity analysis as an alternative to HPLC analysis…

Detection, quantification and visualisation of protein interactions for hit profiling by high content screening

Webinars / 3 February 2014 / Sigma-Aldrich

This webinar provides an overview of how compound profiling using the PLA® (Proximity Ligation Assay) technology can be used for in situ analysis of protein interactions by high content screening as part of the hit-to-lead workflow, the key advantage being the ability to provide evidence for target engagement of the compound.

Lean, Mean and Controlled; Navigating the Complexities of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Regulations

Webinars / 8 January 2014 / Rigaku Raman Technologies

During this webinar learn more about unconventional approaches to enhance quality programs with the use of modern handheld technology…

Raman spectroscopy: In-depth focus 2013

Issue 5 2013, Raman Spectroscopy, Supplements, Z Homepage promo / 25 October 2013 / Sulaf Assi (Bournemouth University), Xiaolin Cao (Amgen Inc.)

Raw material identification using dual laser handheld Raman spectroscopy.
Raman spectroscopy in support of biotherapeutic production: applications in protein formulation and purification
Raman Spectroscopy Roundtable.

Whitepaper: Content Uniformity Analysis by Transmission Raman – A Return on Investment Analysis

Whitepapers / 2 September 2013 / Cobalt Light Systems

This whitepaper compares resource requirements, operational timesavings and costs between HPLC and TRS methods…

Raman spectroscopy: an enabling tool for accelerating pharmaceutical discovery to development

Issue 4 2013, Raman Spectroscopy / 20 August 2013 / Chanda R. Yonzon, Atul Karande, Sai P. Chamarthy and Brent A. Donovan (Merck & Co. Inc)

Raman spectroscopy has emerged as the preeminent analytical tool for a number of applications within drug discovery and development. Advances in the instrumentation, sensor fabrication and data analysis have enabled the wider acceptance of Raman spectroscopy. In discovery, Raman spectroscopy is used to elucidate structural activity relationships and to optimise reaction conditions and associated parameters (such as polymorph and formulation screening) that impact scale-up required for the transfer of drug compounds from discovery to development.

Erica Hirsch, Product Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific looks at the next generation handheld Raman spectrometer the Thermo Scientific TruScan RM

Issue 2 2013 / 18 April 2013 / Erica Hirsch, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Fisher Scientific has a diverse portfolio of products, from analytical instruments and laboratory equipment to software, services, consumables and reagents. The company’s scientific and research products primarily serve pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as academia, research institutes, government agencies, OEMs, quality control and R&D laboratories. Created in 2006 by the merger of Thermo Electron and Fisher Scientific, Thermo Fisher Scientific has over 100 years of experience and insight in their products and services.

Real-time monitoring of the moisture content in different type of dryers by NIR spectroscopy as a PAT Tool

Webinars / 8 April 2013 / Metrohm NIRSystems

This webinar will discuss the use of NIR in the process that allows for monitoring low levels of residual moisture and other process constituents to yield better process control and endpoint determination…