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Jun 09, 2020 - Jun 24, 2020
Reveal Virtual Events

Reveal 2020 webinars are now on-demand. You can discover relevant, actionable insights and specialized solutions to help you overcome your most difficult challenges with materials and structural analysis.

Click on the topics below to read the abstract and watch the presentations on-demand.


Jun 09, 2020 - Jun 09, 2020
Sustainable science virtual event

Deepen your understanding of air, water, and soil contaminants, bio-friendly alternatives to environmentally harmful materials and research into alternative energy resources.

Sustainability is one of the most significant drivers of innovation today. Environmental researchers seek to identify materials that are hazardous to our air, water, and soil, while materials scientists develop the next generation of bio-friendly alternatives.

Environmentally-driven scientists are invited to watch these webinars featuring the latest innovations in sustainable materials and environmental research. From the comfort of your home, you'll hear from experts in materials science who will share insights into techniques for characterizing environmental contaminants; such as microplastics in sea water and nanoparticles in the air and soil. Topics include best practice insight into:

  • Identifying and characterizing micro- and nano-particles in air, water, and soil samples
  • Enabling research into alternative energy sources like lithium-ion batteries
  • Leveraging a combination of spectroscopy and electron microscopy to gain more comprehensive insights in materials

Characterizing Microplastics & Nanoparticles

Hear from analytical experts as they review the challenges associated with identifying and quantifying contaminants, like plastics in the environment. Learn the best methods to provide meaningful data and important insights on studying the arrangement and potential functions of nanoparticles in a variety of applications.

Lithium Ion Battery Analysis

New and improved battery technology is particularly vital as we strive to improve our impact on the planet with energy-efficient electric vehicles and sustainable energy sources, like lithium-ion batteries. In this presentation technical experts discuss how electron microscopy and vibrational spectroscopy have helped enable this technology.

Analytical Tools for Air and Soil Analysis 

In this presentation technical experts will review efficient and reliable methods to analyze air and soil samples for contaminants.

Environmental Panel Discussion

Engage with experts looking to enable customers to improve sustainable energy sources and remove harmful contaminants from a variety of sources including air, soil and water.

Jun 11, 2020 - Jun 11, 2020
Next-gen materials

Expand your toolset for multi-scale, multi-modal analysis of tomorrow’s materials.

From the glass in our mobile phones to the high-strength steel and carbon fiber composite materials protecting us in our cars, new materials that are lighter, stronger, and more advanced are rapidly changing the products we use every day. Behind these innovations are researchers in materials science studying the chemical, structural, and physical properties of new materials designed to make our lives better.

Materials researchers and product developers are invited to watch these webinars featuring the latest innovations in materials science and engineering. From the comfort of your home, you'll hear from experts who will share into the latest techniques for multi-scale and multi-modal analysis of materials.

New Energy Storage Technologies

From our mobile devices to the transportation that moves us, energy storage is critical to our everyday lives. With multi-modal information at multiple length scales, researchers can learn fundamental properties of advanced energy storage technologies they change, leading to major breakthroughs.

Multi-modal Analysis of 2D Materials

Carbon-based nanomaterials and other low-dimensional materials have promising application in a variety of industries including electronics and filtration. In this presentation we’ll show using coincident Raman and XPS to provide deeper insight about 2D materials using imaging XPS with Raman to look at structural confirmations, surface contamination, chemical modification, and electronic properties. We will also discuss how low-kV scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) can provide better insight into the structure, morphology, and crystallite size of these materials due to the technique’s ability to produce images with atomic resolution.

Characterization of Catalysts

Catalyst characterization and analysis plays a key role in catalyst development, ongoing quality control during manufacturing and also during fouling or performance related investigations. Laboratory testing expertise and services. Understanding the composition, the physical micro/nano-structure, porosity and surface properties can all assist in achieving a better performance or resolve a failure issue.

Tools for Additive Manufacturing

Scientists and manufacturers continue to develop new capabilities in all areas of additive manufacturing. In this presentation experts will discuss and show how analytical techniques can enhance printing and product quality. Examples will include: twin-screw compounding to create new polymer filaments for 3D printing, X-ray analysis to determine quality of powders for metal 3D printing; multi-scale, multi-modal correlative imaging and analysis workflow to investigate additively manufactured components and rheology, also in combination with Raman and IR spectroscopy, to optimize process parameters in polymer 3D printing.

Jun 16, 2020 - Jun 16, 2020
Cryo-EM for Drug Discovery

How to solve structures at a perfected pace for drug discovery

Structure-based drug design (SBDD) requires expedient delivery of de novo structure of a selected target followed by repeat structures of the target in combination with compounds. As targets become more challenging, generating structures of your drug target molecules or biologics using current methods also becomes increasingly difficult.

What if you could get structural insights at near-atomic resolution of your most challenging drug targets at a pace that meets that of your drug discovery projects? You're invited to watch these webinars featuring the latest solution to address current challenges with SBDD.

You will discover:

  • An innovative cryo-EM solution optimized for drug discovery
  • How this solution can increase your chances in finding hits, lead compounds and beyond
  • Testimonials from your peers on this innovative solution and how this improves their outcomes and results

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Jun 18, 2020 - Jun 18, 2020
Quality Control Solutions

Maximize your QA/QC lab productivity with tools that translate data into answers.

The lab managers and technicians who staff quality control and quality assurance labs are among the unsung heroes of industry. Facing intense pressure and a constant backlog of products and materials to test, QA/QC labs protect their consumers from safety hazards and their companies from product recalls and liability cases.

QA/QC lab managers and technicians are invited to watch these webinars on Quality Control Solutions - featuring the latest tools and tips for efficient analytical testing. From the comfort of your home, you'll hear from experts in analytical sciences who will share best practices for comprehensive quality assurance programs.

Topics will include:

  • Complementary tools to more thoroughly test materials and prevent product failures
  • Selecting the right analytical techniques for the materials you test
  • Using the latest software to convert data into answers
  • Implementing instruments designed for varying analytical skill levels in your lab

Comprehensive Polymer Analysis

From developing self-healing polymers to improving packaging, biomaterials and lightweight automotive components, researchers are exploring novel polymer-based mixtures, compounds, structures and processing methods to find stronger, cheaper and sustainable materials built from macromolecules. This presentation will explore the analytical tools needed to examine the chemical, structural, and physical properties of polymer-based materials for quality assurance testing.

Inclusions and Precipitates in Metals

Learn from our analytical experts how electron microscopy solutions make metal analysis not only more informative but also far more rapid, enabling a thorough overview of the elemental and structural composition of hundreds, if not thousands, of precipitates is possible in a manner of hours. Our OES expert will also outline how to perform ultra-fast analysis of inclusions for quality and process control in the steel industry.

Tools to Convert Data to Answers

Today's analytical instruments and microscopes are powerful data and image acquisition tools enabling materials research and quality control. But the true power of these tools is unlocked by advanced analytical and sample visualization software; enabling users to translate data into answers. In this session, learn more about the software tools used to gain deep insights into material structure and chemistry.

QA/QC Panel Discussion

Industrial quality control labs face intense pressure to balance the need for highly accurate product and materials testing with the need to maximize lab throughput and avoid a growing backlog of samples to test. In this panel discussion, experts will share tips and tools for QA/QC lab productivity.

Jun 23, 2020 - Jun 23, 2020
Cryo-EM Innovations

Transform the way you study life by learning about the latest innovations in cryo-EM.

Life scientists are faced with solving some of the toughest biological questions related to infectious, neuro-degenerative, and cancer diseases. In order to find solutions, they are continually pushing the bounds of what is known. Biochemists and cell biologists must go beyond what can be seen with a light microscope to understand protein activities and interactions at a molecular level.

Cryo-EM is the leading solution for visualizing structures not only at a near-atomic level but also in their native state. Life scientists are invited to watch these webinars on Cryo-EM Innovations – featuring the latest innovations in cryo-EM. From the comfort of your home, you’ll hear from life sciences experts in cryo-EM who will share how this technology can be used to better understand complex biological molecules with unprecedented ease and efficiency. You will learn:

  • How to solve biological questions using cryo-EM
  • Why cryo-EM is becoming more mainstream among your peers
  • How to adopt cryo-EM for life sciences research

How to Successfully Adopt Cryo-Electron Microscopy for Non-Experts

If you perceive cryo-EM as out-of-reach, you’re not alone. But the reality is that cryo-EM is much more accessible today than ever before. In the recent years cryo-EM has rapidly developed into a mainstream application that can achieve atomic resolution for challenging proteins, such as membrane proteins and large protein complexes. Join us to find out how cryo-EM has evolved to be easy, affordable, and accessible.

Thermo Scientific Falcon 4 Direct Electron Detector Enhances Cryo-EM Productivity and Performance

In the race to achieve scientific breakthroughs there is an increased demand for structures to be delivered faster and at a higher resolution. Setting up a comprehensive cryo-EM workflow is critical to achieving these results. Join us to learn how to enhance productivity and performance with workflows that include the latest direct electron technology.

Advances in Studying Cellular Biology – Automated Sample Preparation for Cryo-Electron Tomography

Cryo-electron tomography (cryo-ET) is an emerging technique to study the cellular architecture and the structure of proteins at high resolution in situ. Unfortunately, most biological specimens are too thick to be directly investigated by cryo-ET and require tedious prep work prior to investigation. What’s more frustrating is that sample preparation via focused ion beam milling is prone to contamination. But it’s time to make artifacts the exception and not the rule. Join us to discover a milling solution optimized for cellular biology that not only reduces the risk for contamination but is also automated for simpler application.

Jun 24, 2020 - Jun 24, 2020
Pharmaceutical Formulation and Analysis

Gain efficiencies throughout your processes to discover, develop, and commercialize drugs, and ensure quality every step of the way.

From initial screening of raw ingredients to formulation, scale-up, manufacturing, and final quality assurance testing, the process to discover, develop, and commercialize drugs is among the most complex of any industry. Gaining efficiencies with the steps along this workflow not only saves pharmaceutical companies time in bringing drugs to market, it can save millions of dollars in development costs.

Pharmaceutical researchers, formulation scientists, and quality control lab teams are invited to join Thermo Fisher Scientific for Pharmaceutical Formulation & Analysis to gain insights into these topics below and more:

  • Using hot melt extrusion (HME) to improve drug solubility and deliver consistent formulations
  • Leveraging spectroscopic techniques for identifying and sizing API domains for pharmaceutical tablets
  • Performing quality control testing using processes and software that ensure data integrity and regulatory compliance

Analyzing Hot Melt Extruded Pharmaceuticals

Discover how hot melt extrusion (HME) and process optimization using near-infrared spectroscopy, Raman microscopy, and scanning electron microscopy helps pharmaceutical companies deliver consistent formulations and scale up manufacturing processes from research to early stage trials to commercialization.

Enabling Compliance in Pharma Quality Control

Robust procedures for data handling are a requirement for pharmaceutical companies facing increasingly stringent enforcement of data integrity provisions, outlined in regulations such as 21 CFR Part 11. Learn how new software tools are enabling drug companies to perform highly accurate QA testing, while ensuring data integrity throughout the drug development process.

Mapping of Multi-Component Solid Dosage Drugs

The combination of FTIR and Raman spectroscopy with mapping is well suited for pharmaceutical mixture analysis; as it provides both chemical and spatial information within a sample. Learn how these two techniques are leveraged in drug development and quality control workflows to ensure accurate characterization of drug ingredients.

Ensuring Safer and Effective Pharmaceutical Formulations by X-ray Diffraction

Learn about sample preparation and the benefits of reflection and transmission mode analysis through practical examples of pharmaceutical products.


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