Webinars
06
Mai
11:00
Buenas prácticas GCMS
Seminario donde se dan consejos sobre los mejores usos de la cromatografía de gases acoplada a masas. Se revisarán datos como el mantenimiento diario, sintonizados y trucos en la parte metodológica.
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07
Mai
13:00
Buenas prácticas LCMS
Seminario donde se dan consejos sobre los mejores usos de la cromatografía líquida acoplada a masas. Se revisarán datos como el mantenimiento diario, sintonizados y trucos en la parte metodológica.
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07
Mai
13:00
Discover the latest GC innovations to get the most from your FAME analysis: Fatty Acids and FAMEs analysis in Food
The analysis of oils, fat, and fat-containing food is a common task in governmental, quality control (QC) or contract research organizations (CRO) laboratories. The GC analysis of fatty acids as their FAME derivatives is an important tool in the characterization of fats in the determination of total fat and trans-fat content in food. This webinar will show some recent GC column developments in the analysis of Fatty Acids and FAMEs in food that can result in higher productivity and lower costs of analysis.
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07
Mai
16:00
How to Avoid "Death by Compliance"

Regulatory pressure is pushing pharmaceutical companies to make the move in quality control from paper to electronic records. This process requires a computer system validation (CSV), which can appear extremely complex and time consuming.

Exaggerated efforts to be compliant have been described by Bob McDowall, a renowned auditor, as "death by compliance".

This webinar guides you through the Computer System Validation process in line with regulatory requirements. This includes milestones, estimated implementation times as well as touching on possible pitfalls. Lastly, it will offer general recommendations for speedy and cost effective processes.

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13
Mai
10:00
Flujos de trabajo en el mercado alimentario
En este seminario repasaremos algunos de los análisis más importantes en industria alimentaria, como el análisis de plaguicidas polares y no polares, o las novedades de la guía SANTE, así como las aplicaciones.
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13
Mai
14:00
Moving to the cloud: key considerations
The cloud has dramatically changed computing across many industries, delivering new benefits to many workflows. Despite its numerous advantages, laboratories have yet to fully embrace the cloud. This webinar provides an overview of cloud technology, specific benefits to laboratories, and offers advice for how to transition to the cloud.
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13
Mai
16:00
This is How We GC
Would you like to learn more about how you can remotely connect with your GCs and even increase the capabilities of your daily laboratory operations? If so, join us for this upcoming webinar and let the presenter show you how they GC.

Workflows and productivity shouldn’t be affected by an analyst’s proximity to the systems. This webinar will show you the advantages and benefits of remote lab operations, and you will see how...
  • intuitive operation via browser user interface is a powerful way to interact with the GC
  • remote diagnostics can quickly infer information on the status of the GC
  • network capabilities of Smart GCs can greatly increase the capabilities of daily laboratory operations
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14
Mai
11:00
Flujos de trabajo en investigación
En este seminario se hará un repaso a aspectos de más candente actualidad: desde el análisis de metabolómica y lipidómica hasta el de microplásticos. Se comentarán en detalle las soluciones específicas desarrolladas por Agilent y su inclusión en el día a día de los laboratorios de investigación.
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14
Mai
12:30
Agilent Energy and Chemical Virtual Seminar
The following presentations will be broadcast live:
  • Spend Time on What Matters, Where it Matters. Introducing the Agilent 990 Micro GC - Speaker: Coen Duvekot, Micro GC Product Manager, Agilent Technologies
  • Accurate elemental analysis in petrochemicals: Solutions for metal contaminants in hydrocarbon processing - Speaker: Andrew Brotherhood, Atomic Spectroscopy Application Chemist, Agilent Technologies
Feel free to ask questions to the speakers during the live broadcast, if you have any questions from the on-demand content do not hesitate to contact us and we’ll do all we can to help.
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15
Mai
14:00
Re-Qualification and Health Check of your OpenLab CDS/ECM system with QualA
Presentation and demo of QualA 3.3 for the purpose of both scheduled health checks as well as re-qualifications after patches to the system
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18
Mai
09:00
Tools and Tips for running your lab remotely via Agilent Software solutions
How can you continue to run your lab with minimal physical presence in the lab – using remote instrument control and data processing. The target audience are users of Agilent data systems that want to keep running their lab even though most operators are not present on site. It will include some tips for remote access and inform you about modern solutions.
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18
Mai
10:00
Nuevos Flujos de trabajo en Alta Resolución
En este seminario se explicará cuáles son las tendencias actuales de la alta resolución. Así como los nuevos desarrollos en herramientas de software que Agilent ponen a su disposición para tratar de simplificar el tratamiento de la ingente de datos que genera esta técnica.
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18
Mai
13:00
Basics of 2D-LC: The technique to uncover the secrets of your samples
This miniseries of 2 webinars is for analytical HPLC scientists, who would like to expand their view to the fascinating technique of 2D-LC. In the first webinar, the fundamentals of this established technique are explained, starting from the ideas and principles of 2D-LC in general leading to the main techniques, which are used in the analytical laboratories, comprehensive 2D-LC and Multiple Heart-Cutting 2D-LC
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18
Mai
14:00
Unique 2D-LC Tools for Experts: Active Solvent Modulation & High Resolution Sampling to characterize your (Bio)Therapeutics
Based on the first webinar, the second webinar will dive deeper into advanced techniques in 2D-LC like High Resolution Sampling 2D-LC and Active Solvent Modulation. Special applications from Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical workflows illustrate the benefits of 2D-LC and the big gain in information and time to result compared to standard chromatographic techniques.
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19
Mai
10:00
Nuevos retos en el análisis medioambiental de aguas
La seguridad medioambiental es una preocupación creciente en las sociedades avanzadas y por lo tanto su control deviene en imprescindible. En este seminario web abordaremos los retos analíticos más complejos en este sector: desde el análisis de PFOS hasta el real decreto de aguas potables, y cómo los equipos, y las soluciones, proporcionadas por Agilent pueden adaptarse a los mismos.
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19
Mai
14:00
A Multidetector Approach to Reduce Uncertainty in Extractable and Leachable Analysis and Drug Impurity Characterization
An important aspect of ensuring drug product quality is characterization of extractables and leachables (E&Ls) from pharmaceutical packaging following the guidance in USP 1663 and 1664. Similarly, chemical characterization per ISO 10993 has become an integral component of biocompatibility testing of medical devices. A major concern regarding the accuracy of extractables and leachables studies is quantitative error due to response factor (RF) variation. Surrogate standards are frequently applied in E&L analysis as many extractables do not have commercially available standards, and equal concentrations of different extractables give different signal responses using mass spectrometry detectors. Recent publications have highlighted the risks posed by RF variation for both LC/MS (Jordi et al. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 150 (2018) 368–376) and GC/MS (Jenke and Odufu, Journal of Chromatographic Science 2012;50:206–212). The significance of RF variation has been reflected in the addition of an uncertainty factor (UF) in the calculation of the analytical evaluation threshold (AET). While this approach aids in mitigating the risks of underreporting extractables, the resulting revised AET creates significant analytical challenges often exceeding the limit of detection (LOD) of current instrumentation requiring sample concentration. It is also one of the key issues at the root of poor reproducibility in recent high profile interlaboratory studies. It is therefore strongly desirable to develop methods for quantitation with more consistent RFs which mitigate the need for large UFs.

In this webinar, a multidetector approach for quantitation using the combined strengths of triple detection liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC/MS) with ultraviolet (UV) and charged aerosol detection (CAD) as well as Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) with simultaneous Flame Ionization Detection (FID) will be presented. Data comparing the response factors for over 200 extractables by UV, MS, FID and CAD will be summarized showing which detectors provide reduced RF variation. An approach will be presented to reduce RF variation and the need for UFs through optimized detector and standard selection. Finally, the potential benefits of the multidetector approach for drug impurity characterization will be discussed as it relates to screening for low level mutagenic impurities.
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20
Mai
14:00
Ensuring the Safe and Robust Scale-up of Chemical Processes
Featuring presenters from DEKRA Organisational & Process Safety, Nalas Engineering, and REDOX Srl, this free online event on May 20 is for chemists and engineers who are interested in learning more about safe and robust chemical scale-up. Each presenter will share practical examples and case studies on safe and effective process development.

Presentations include:
  • Challenges in Process Safety Assurance of a Hazardous Epoxidation
    Dr Stephen Rowe - DEKRA Organisational & Process Safety

  • Impact of Process Intensification on Process Safety
    Jerry Salan - Nalas Engineering Services, Inc.

  • Crystallization Process To Ensure Product Quality
    Marino Nebuloni - REDOX Srl
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20
Mai
14:00
Efficient LC Purification Solutions for Analytical to Preparative Scale
Agilent InfinityLab LC Purification Systems are tailor-made solutions designed to tackle your application challenges. By a practical example you will learn how to increase the efficiency of your purification workflow: perform analytical scouting and preparative purification in a single system, add automated sample dilution, fraction mixing and re-analysis to the purification workflow, increase resolution with software-aided scale-up calculations, upgrade your system stepwise to match your changing requirements, or add mass-based fraction collection for highest specificity.
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20
Mai
16:00
Developing breath testing for the clinical environment
In the early stages oesophago-gastric cancer has symptoms like many other illnesses, so determining whether a patient has this disease can be a challenge. Normally, patients undergo an invasive, time-consuming and costly endoscopy. Therefore, there is a need to develop a simple, quick and non-invasive test to select only those patients at risk of developing the cancer to be sent for an endoscopy. Several clinical trials have shown that volatiles in exhaled breath can be used to identify patients with cancer. Biomarker identification and validation are key in the development of robust diagnostic models that reproducibly classify cancer patients. This study aims to develop a reliable method using thermal desorption (TD) coupled with GC×GC-TOF MS/FID and Fast GC-TOF MS to discover new predictive biomarkers for oesophago-gastric cancer. The guest speaker is Professor George Hanna (Imperial College London), who will discuss the challenges involved in developing methods for clinical use, and demonstrate the application of these modern separation and detection technologies for the profiling volatiles from biological samples
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20
Mai
17:00
Identification of Small Segmental Aneuploidies in Preimplantation Embryos
In this webinar, Svetlana Yatsenko of the Department of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh will share how her team has used the 60K CGH GenetiSure microarray platform from Agilent to detect large aberrations (greater than 10 Mb in size), as well as aCGH with the “Single Cell Small Aberration Method” to detect copy number variants less than 10 Mb in size.

Segmental imbalances in embryos have a significantly lower potential for implantation, leading to a diagnosis of idiopathic infertility or discovered by karyotype or microarray analysis after a miscarriage. Detection of microdeletions and duplications associated with human pathologies may improve the success rate of in vitrofertilization procedures and reduce the incidence of microdeletion syndromes.
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26
Mai
10:00
Flujos de trabajo en Cannabis medicinal
En la actualidad el cannabis medicinal tiene unas proyecciones de volumen de negocio importantes dada la demanda social. Al ser un producto de consumo de origen natural es necesario verificar su seguridad y eficacia mediante un control de calidad robusto. Durante este seminario se hará un repaso de las soluciones desarrolladas por Agilent para el análisis de potencia, y posibles contaminantes de un producto nuevo para el consumo terapéutico.
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26
Mai
14:00
More LC Productivity: Get Primed for LC/MS and learn about “Self-driving” Mass Detection
Recent advances in Liquid Chromatography hardware, software and consumables have enabled LC and LC/MS experiments to be more sensitive and accurate while increasing the convenience and comfort for the users of this technology. Together with the 1260 Infinity II Prime LC our new, insightful and self-aware MS detector, the InfinityLab LC/MSD iQ, shows its full potential enabling easy access to MS detection for chromatographers
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28
Mai
15:00
Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis

Regular calibration and adjustment is essential for every laboratory to help ensure the integrity of your results. The thermal analysis calibration and adjustment webinar by METTLER TOLEDO explains why regular calibration and adjustment are important during the lifetime of your instrument.

Depending on its type, each instrument has different parameters that need to be considered for calibration. The temperature needs to be calibrated for all instruments. In addition, the specific quantity measured by the instrument has to be calibrated, for example, heat flow for DSC or displacement in TMA.

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