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Below is a collection of our previously recorded webinar sessions, covering different topics from across the industries. If you would like to register for one of our upcoming webinars, please visit the upcoming webinars section.
By Shawn Wilhelm on August 6, 2013
This webinar provided an in depth explanation of condom lubricant analysis and gave insight into many of the variables that can influence the results of a test, including appropriate collection time, the location of sampling, and the type of condom used in an assault.
By Shawn Wilhelm on June 13, 2013
This webinar was designed for scientists working to develop various pharmaceutical drug products. During this webinar, we discussed how Raman Chemical Imaging (RCI) is an effective tool that can be used to identify agglomerates by their chemical-make-up in various drug formulations
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By Shawn Wilhelm on June 4, 2013
This webinar, our presenter provided examples of commonly found contaminants in inhalable drug products and how these contaminants are introduced into the manufacturing process. He also presented to the audience a basic multi-tiered analytical approach to characterize foreign particulate matter and [...]
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By Shawn Wilhelm on May 15, 2013
This webinar is designed for individuals involved in the manufacturing of parenteral drug products and identified commonly found contaminants in parenteral drug products, how these contaminants are introduced into the manufacturing process and how they can be detected both visibly and non-visibly.
By Shawn Wilhelm on May 6, 2013
This webinar was designed for police and attorneys and discussed the advantages of microscopic and presumptive screenings of physical evidence, and provided examples of such screenings.