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Malvern Launches Imaging Masterclass Webinar Series

Malvern Instruments’ new series of Web-based Imaging Masterclasses kicks off on February 26, 2013, with an introduction to imaging for particle characterization. The series will then continue through the year and will cover a broad range of imaging topics.

Alongside this will run the laser diffraction Masterclass series that will discuss subjects including wet method development, dry method development, optical property selection, and specification setting.

The opening ‘introduction to imaging’ webinar is designed to provide a basic understanding into the theory behind making particle characterization measurements using imaging-based techniques. In line with Malvern’s established Masterclass concept, the whole series will deliver information on topics of specific interest to a broad audience and to people with varied levels of particle characterization experience and technical expertise.

Intended to serve as a non-commercial, educational series, the new Imaging Masterclass program is the most recent in Malvern’s webinar Masterclass collection. The series will be presented by Malvern’s technical and applications experts and is aimed at operators looking to get the most from their analytical techniques as well as those who simply wish to expand their understanding of the subject area.

For more information on the introductory imaging Masterclass or to register for this or other Malvern events, visit www.malvern.com/webinar.

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