Thursday, 25 March 2021

Do you feel lucky?


 

Thursday, 4 March 2021

Live Online Training Course: OOS Investigations - Apr 2021

OOS Investigations Course from MTS

 

An IQ/OQ Joke for MCU fans!

Spectrometers on the roof? - Avengers You won't get this unless you've watched the Avengers!

 

Monday, 9 November 2020

A Wish List for ICH Q2(R2), the Revision of the Guideline on Method Validation

The ICH guideline on method validation, Q2 (R1), is currently being updated and I thought it might be interesting to put together a wish list for the changes that I would like to see in the new version. Click here to read the opinion article.


You can comment on this opinion article in LinkedIn, click here

Friday, 24 July 2020

FREE WEBINAR: Strategies for HPLC Method Development

Strategies for HPLC Method Development

Tuesday 4th August 2020 at 15:00 BST/16:00 CEST/10:00 EDT
(Duration: approx. 40 min followed by up to 20 min for questions)

The benefits of using a strategic approach for developing HPLC methods are easily apparent. The numerous possible chromatographic parameters in a typical HPLC method make choosing the most suitable ones for a particular separation very daunting. In particular, how to select one column from the hundreds available? There are a number of different strategies which can be applied, these include: trial and error, changing one variable at a time; finding a method in the literature or finding a method in the literature for a similar compound; and sophisticated column screening experiments combined with computer modelling, peak tracking methods, experimental design and column comparison tools. In this presentation, current recommended method development strategies are reviewed and compared to give attendees an appreciation of the types of strategies which may be applied, so that they can identify the one which is most applicable for their method development needs.

The webinar will be delivered in our virtual learning platform, e-MTS, and provides a taster of our live online training courses. The webinar will be delivered by our trainer, Oona McPolin, an expert in analytical chemistry applied to pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals with over 25 years of experience. This is a learning opportunity for all attendees and as such a Certificate of Attendance is available on request.

Simply fill in the sign up form on the MTS website if you would like to attend and we will get back to you soon to confirm your place. Places are limited and if after you sign up, you find that you can no longer attend for some reason, then it would be greatly appreciated if you could let us know.