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Past Rigaku Webinars


CT Data Analysis Techniques Using ImageJ

A live demonstration of X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) data analysis using ImageJ (an open platform for scientific image analysis). You don’t need any commercial software licenses to enjoy this workshop. We will review the basic operations of ImageJ and analyze CT images. All data sets used in the demonstration are available to the audience. We encourage the participants to download the Fiji distribution of ImageJ and demo data sets and follow the process with us.​ We will send registrants download links to Fiji installer and datasets before the workshop.
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Angela Criswell; Aya Takase

Rigaku School for Practical Crystallography

You are invited to a series of 10 tuition-free, hour-and-a-half webinars on advanced topics in practical X-ray crystallography. We will cover microED, Olex2, Twinning, the Cambridge Structural Database, powder data collection and processing, Pair Distribution Function (PDF), small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), protein crystallography, non-spherical atom refinement with NoSpherA2 and charge density. The series runs June 7–18, 2021 at 8:00 AM CDT every weekday.
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Various

Pharmalytical Summit 2021

Pharmalytical Summit 2021 is a one-day educational experience focused on the technology, research, and innovation that go into developing pharmaceuticals to help people live longer, healthy lives. The day features presentations and discussions with industry leaders and experts who will share their knowledge and expertise in order help bring these life-changing products into the world. Join us for a day of education and insights for the pharma professional related to the drug development lifecycle. The day is designed around four tracks: Discovery, Pre-formulation, Formulation, and Manufacturing & Control. There are breakout sessions throughout the day as well as main event sessions including a roundtable discussion of polymorphs in pharma. This event is focused in the United States but welcomes participants globally. 
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Hosted by Rigaku Americas Corporation

CT Data Analysis Techniques Using Dragonfly

A live demonstration of X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) data analysis using Dragonfly (Object Research Systems). You don’t need a prior experience with, or a license of Dragonfly to enjoy this workshop. The audience will participate in selecting segmentation methods and compare different results. We will also discuss how to segment CT images and apply quantitative analyses to them. We also encourage the participants to ask questions about the challenges they face with their CT data analysis and discuss them together.​
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Angela Criswell; Aya Takase

Technical Seminar in Thermal Analysis (TMA) with sample preparation and setting methods

In this webinar, sample preparation, sample setting in instrument showcasing Rigaku’s unique differential system on compression, penetration and tensile loading methods. It will also feature applications and its optional expandability such as combining TMA with humidity generator and cooling options that allows measurement from -150℃.
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Dr. Lani L. Celiz

Technical Seminar in Thermal Analysis focusing on ceramics, metals and other materials

This webinar will focus on general methods of thermal analysis in ceramics, metals, battery and other materials using STA, DSC and evolved gas analysis systems.
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Dr. Lani L. Celiz

X-ray Computed Tomography for Soft Materials

This webinar will discuss basics of X-ray computed tomography and how to apply X-ray CT methods to soft materials. Additionally, we will show 3D imaging results for pharmaceuticals, foams, composites and other soft material.

We invite you to view this short video about the Rigaku nano3DX X-ray microscope for microtomography of large samples at high resolution in advance of the webinar.

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Angela Criswell

X-ray Diffraction Measurements for Battery Research

This webinar will discuss X-ray diffraction and scattering techniques and how to apply them to battery research. Techniques to be discussed will include operando measurement, bond valence sum from Rietveld refinement and pair distribution function (PDF).  We invite you to view this short video about the Rigaku SmartLab X-ray Diffractometer with intelligent guidance in advance of the webinar.

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Keisuke Saito

Technical Seminar in Thermal Analysis focusing on pharmaceutical applications

This webinar will focus on the pharmaceutical applications evaluated by common methods in thermal analysis such as STA, DSC, MTDSC and evolved gas analysis.
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Dr. Lani L. Celiz

Latest Updates in Single Crystal Products

We would like to invite you all to join us for an online event to show you the latest product developments from the Rigaku Oxford Diffraction single crystal group. During this event we will cover our new products and show you how they can help your research. If you would like to attend this event, which will be held on Tuesday, February 16, at 15:00 GMT, you must register.
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Fraser White

Technical Seminar in Thermal Analysis focusing on polymer applications

This webinar will focus on the most common polymer reactions that can be evaluated with thermal analysis methods of STA, DSC and evolved gas analysis.
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Dr. Lani L. Celiz

Precious Metal Determination in Automotive Catalyst Recycling Using Rigaku EDXRF

In this webinar, we discuss the measurement of Pt, Pd and Rh catalysts in used, recycled automotive catalytic converters using Rigaku Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) analyzers. Analytical methodologies are discussed, including screening, mixed homogeneous ceramic cats, diesel cats, and the use of Rigaku Matching Library software to optimize the measurement of similar families of auto cats and match the XRF to fire assay or ICP values.
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Scott Fess

Technical Seminar in Thermal Analysis with live demonstration on sample preparation

The webinar will focus on the most common thermal analysis methods of STA, standard DSC and Modulated DSC; Here, we will briefly explain the principles, measurement procedures and applications in these methods. After the seminar, we will give a live demonstration on sample preparation such as powder, pellet and sheet samples.

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Dr. Lani L. Celiz

X-Ray Computed Tomography for Materials & Life Sciences 8: Metrology Applications

Basics of metrology analysis and a number of X-ray CT application examples will be discussed. Examples include size and shape measurements of metal and plastic parts, tolerancing evaluation, comparison of nominal (CAD) and actual (CT) or a golden standard and a test subject. We will also introduce available resources to learn more about X-ray CT metrology.
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Aya Takase

Advanced Topics in Practical Crystallography School

A series of 5 tuition-free, hour and a half webinars on advanced topics in practical X-ray crystallography. We will cover Powder and PDF Data Collection and Processing, High Pressure Cell Data Collection and Processing, Using Ewald3D and new features in CrysAlisPro, and Non-spherical Atom Refinement with NoSpherA2. The series ran Dec. 7–11, 2020 at 8 am CDT every weekday.
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Mathias Meyer, Pierre Le Magueres, Fraser White, Jakub Wojciechowski, Florian Kleemis

TOPIQ | Rigaku EDXRF Analyzers in the Petroleum Industry

In this webinar, we highlight Rigaku EDXRF analyzers used upstream, midstream and downstream in the petroleum industry for the measurement of sulfur, chlorine and metals in crude and fuel oils, including automotive, aviation and marine fuels. Lubricating oils are also discussed, followed by a summary of the ASTM and other international standard test methods covered by the Rigaku EDXRF product line.
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Scott Fess

Best Operating Practices for XRF users including the importance of sample preparation

Quality Control in industry is imperative, this webinar will highlight the XRF best operating practices that will ensure the daily monitoring and compliance of quality control data. The fundamentals to stable, reproducible analytical results from your XRF spectrometer is not only a stable, working spectrometer, but also a stable, reproducible sample preparation that is appropriate for the material being measured. During this 90-minute complimentary webinar, specialists from Retsch and Rigaku will present the background to sampling and sample  preparation
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Carmen Kaiser Brügmann
Dr Tanja Butt (Retsch)

Transforming workflows with handheld Raman

Join us in an interactive roundtable discussion with real-world pharmaceutical industry professionals. We will discuss how handheld Raman has transformed workflows and maximized quality insight in their organization. Panelists will review some of their own real-world challenges and successes in the implementation of handheld 1064nm-based Raman instrumentation.
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Jill Carreiro, Joseph Stoltz III, Suzanne Schreyer, Michelle O’Connor, Mark Levine

X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials and Life Science 7: Life Science Applications

A 3D look at the structures of a reptile, insects, and a mouse, including their stained organs. In the newest episode of the webinar series “X-ray Computed tomography for Materials & Life Science,” we will discuss how to deal with unique challenges in life science sample preparation and introduce some quantitative analyses.
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Angela Criswell

TOPIQ | The Rigaku XtaLAB mini II: A Way to Publish Great Structures with a Simple and Affordable Benchtop X-ray Diffractometer

Despite its simplicity and affordability, the XtaLAB Mini II makes no compromise on the research-grade results it produces. To demonstrate it, we will perform a live analysis of an organic crystal of cytidine, using the Rigaku program CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ for screening and data collection/processing and Olex2 software for structure solution and refinement. All steps will be covered, from crystal centering on the goniometer to running CheckCif on the final model and preparing necessary files for IUCr submission.
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Dr. Pierre Le Magueres

Single Crystal Online Users’ Meeting

We would like to invite you to join us for our annual user meetings on 12th and 13th August. Due to travel restrictions currently affecting many countries, we will hold this event via Zoom and it will therefore be available globally. The event will be held between 3 PM and 6 PM CEST (8 AM-11 AM CDT) and cover a range of topics including the latest developments at Rigaku Oxford Diffraction and talks from our experienced applications team. As always our user meetings are open to all users of our single crystal products.
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Fraser White

Rigaku's Virtual Analytical X-ray Convention

Due to the COVID-19 induced cancellations of the Microscopy & MicroAnalysis, Denver X-ray, and American Crystallographic Association physical conferences this summer, Rigaku will be live webcasting a 3-day virtual Analytical X-ray Convention from our laboratory facility in Texas. The webcasts will take place Tuesday 8/4 – Thursday 8/6 and will feature live seminars on X-ray techniques and live instrument demonstrations.
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TOPIQ | NoSpherA2: Novel Charge Density Tools in Olex2

This session shows how to use NoSpherA2 to perform HAR in Olex2 in real-time and visualize results and properties, including electron localization, surfaces and potentials.
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Jakub Wojciechowski

The Onyx ED-XRF: High-Speed Analysis of Micron-scale Features and Devices

Join in to learn how micro-spot ED-XRF is used to analyze thin film properties and surface chemistry with micron-scale accuracy, and how the uniquely hybridized optical-microscopy and XRF sensor technologies of the Onyx deliver rapid, high-impact data with ease. This talk, given by Brad Lawrence of Rigaku, will highlight the utility of micron-scale beam spot in ED-XRF and showcase example applications which demonstrate the Onyx’s specialized advantages for semiconductor and device manufacturing and processing.
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Brad Lawrence hosted by Covalent Metrology

X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials and Life Science 6: Geology Applications

A number of X-ray CT application examples of geological samples will be discussed. Examples include the analysis of cracks, pores, inclusions, and phase quantification of rocks and drill cores. We will introduce available resources for pore network analysis that can be applied to rock CT scans.
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Aya Takase

TOPIQ | Investigating crystalline defects of semiconductors using X-ray Topography

Join this webinar to discover the X-ray Topography methodology, the scientific principles of measurements and the possibilities of the instrumentation. The webinar will focus on applications on different materials and the results, demonstrating how the XRTmicron system is used to get highest quality 2D and 3D topograms of semiconductor material. 
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Martin Fehrentz

Rigaku School for Practical Crystallography – Asia Pacific

A lot of younger members of the scientific community will be missing out on some opportunities to learn crystallography at schools and conferences this summer, so you are invited to a series of ten tuition-free 1-hour webinars on practical aspects of X-ray crystallography. The majority of the time will be spent on small molecule crystallography, but we will also air sessions on macromolecular crystallography and powder diffraction. This is a great opportunity for people who are interested in crystallography to gain a basic foundation of single crystal analysis from a practical point of view.
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Various

TOPIQ | How to Improve Crystal Structure Models by TAAM Refinement

Independent atom model (IAM) of scattering used to refine crystal structure from diffraction data was very successful in crystallography over the past 100 years. Nowadays, with better equipment and higher computation power, more accurate scattering models can be used. Transferable Aspherical Atom Model (TAAM) takes into account aspherical electron density deformations and partial charge transfer occurring due to chemical bond formation, lone pairs presence and other phenomena.
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Dr Paulina Dominiak

RFA – Eine schnelle, einfache Methode zur Bestimmung von Elementkonzentrationen in petrochemischen Proben

Die Röntgenfluoreszenzanalyse (RFA) ist eine der wichtigsten instrumentellen, analytischen Methoden unserer Zeit. Mit ihr lassen sich einfach und schnell Elementkonzentrationen im Bereich von wenigen ppm bis zu 100% zuverlässig analysieren.
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Dietmar Denker & Carmen Kaiser-Brügmann

TOPIQ | The Advantages of Indirect Excitation EDXRF

The Rigaku EDXRF product line is introduced and the NEX CG is featured using indirect excitation. The basic ideas of direct and indirect excitation for optimum excitation and background removal are reviewed. Cartesian geometry indirect excitation together with Rigaku Scattering FP makes NEX CG ideal for the optimum measurement of complex applications where the base matrix can vary substantially, such as animal feeds, soils and the analysis of nutrient uptake in plant materials
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Scott Fess

TOPIQ | Crystalline Sponge Method

The Crystalline Sponge method is an option to obtain structural information for compounds that are otherwise inaccessible to common crystallographic approaches because they are of low availability, liquids or gases at room temperature. Such sponges are porous crystalline metal organic frameworks that can absorb and orient organic molecules in their defined pores. An introduction to the method is given including a structure refinement using Olex².
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Christian Göb

Rigaku School for Practical Crystallography

The School starting June 1st is now over subscribed and we are no longer taking new registrations. Please join the July edition of this school instead.

A lot of younger members of the scientific community will be missing out on some opportunities to learn crystallography at schools and conferences this summer, so you are invited to a series of ten tuition-free 1-hour webinars on practical aspects of X-ray crystallography. The majority of the time will be spent on small molecule crystallography, but we will also air sessions on macromolecular crystallography and powder diffraction. This is a great opportunity for people who are interested in crystallography to gain a basic foundation of single crystal analysis from a practical point of view.

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Various

TOPIQ | Separating multiple diffraction patterns in CrysAlis Pro

The ‘Lattice-It’ feature in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ is an essential tool for crystallographers to manually separate multiple diffraction patterns in the reciprocal space for better viewing and indexing. We will review two examples where indexing fails without user intervention: one because of pollution from heavy icing and another due to the presence of a second twin component.
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Dr. Pierre Le Magueres

TOPIQ | Thin-film XRD application by SmartLab

The new SmartLab multipurpose X-ray diffractometer for various thin-film applications will be presented. The key optical components required for high quality XRD measurements together with the unique in-plane/out of plane goniometer will be discussed. The usage of the non-coplanar condition (superposition of out of plane and in-plane arms) for high quality large range pole figures and in-plane residual stress measurements will be shown. Examples of fast and wide range reciprocal space maps and high quality rocking curves obtained by combining SmartLab with the HyPix3000 area detector are included in this webinar.
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Shyjumon Ibrahimkutty

TOPIQ | Separating multiple diffraction patterns in CrysAlis Pro

The ‘Lattice-It’ feature in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ is an essential tool for crystallographers to manually separate multiple diffraction patterns in the reciprocal space for better viewing and indexing. We will review two examples where indexing fails without user intervention: one because of pollution from heavy icing and another due to the presence of a second twin component.
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Dr. Pierre Le Magueres

TOPIQ | Importing and processing a PX synchrotron data set with CrysAlis Pro

CrysAlis Pro is not only for home lab data sets. Join us for this webinar as we cover importing a PX synchrotron data set into CrysAlis Pro followed by data processing.
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Mark Del Campo

TOPIQ | CrysAlis Pro simulator for crystallography teaching

One of the lesser known features of CrysAlis Pro is the possibility to simulate many Rigaku diffractometers and almost any crystal - even imperfect ones. This allows for new approaches for the testing of X-ray diffractometers and the teaching of crystallography techniques without using the physical instrument.
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Christian Schürmann

TOPIQ | Micro XRD with a single crystal diffractometer

With your Rigaku single crystal diffractometer, you also have a powerful powder diffractometer ready at hand. Furthermore, this diffractometer needs only micrograms of sample to collect powder data, suitable for qualitative and quantitative analysis, as well as Rietveld refinement. This Webinar focuses on the sample preparation and the data collection of powders, using the Powder Diffraction Tool in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ.
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Dr. Christian Schürmann

TOPIQ | New Applications for Material Analysis with the Rigaku Progeny 1064 nm Raman Analyzer

Handheld Raman technology was mainstreamed nearly a decade ago in the pharmaceutical industry. So, what’s new to share you may wonder?  In this webinar, we will take some time to talk about the evolution of portable technologies and their use in the pharmaceutical industry over the past few decades, from early use in the security industry to the most recent competitive developments.  
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Jill Carreiro

TOPIQ | Sample screening, strategy calculation and data collection in CrysAlis Pro

We will review best practices to mount/center a crystal, screen it and index it, calculate a data collection strategy and run data collection. The crystal will be a small molecule organic crystal and the system we will use is the microfocus sealed tube XtaLAB Synergy-S using Cu radiation and configured with the Rigaku hybrid photon counting detector, HyPix-6000HE
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Pierre Le Magueres

TOPIQ | Sample screening, strategy calculation and data collection in CrysAlis Pro

We will review best practices to mount/center a crystal, screen it and index it, calculate a data collection strategy and run data collection. The crystal will be a small molecule organic crystal and the system we will use is the microfocus sealed tube XtaLAB Synergy-S using Cu radiation and configured with the Rigaku hybrid photon counting detector, HyPix-6000HE
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Pierre Le Magueres

X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials & Life Science 5: Plant Science Applications

A number of X-ray CT application examples for plants and seeds will be discussed. Examples to include the non-destructive characterization of plant traits for ripening fruit, seeds and root systems. Additionally, analysis of cell wall thicknesses and void distribution among different seed varieties will be presented.
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Angela Criswell

TOPIQ | Operando Measurement of Lithium-ion Battery with SmartLab System

This webinar will examine the latest application of battery samples and also look at the various kinds of battery cell attachments that can be used on Rigaku's SmartLab. Finally, the functionality of SmartLab Studio II software for operando measurement will be shown in this webinar.
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Takayuki Konya

TOPIQ | Processing of a twinned data set in CrysAlis Pro and structure solution in Olex²

Join this webinar to follow us as we walk through the indexing and processing of an easy twinned data set in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ, followed by structure solution and refinements in Olex².
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Pierre Le Magueres

TOPIQ | Data Integrity within Material Analysis with the Rigaku Progeny 1064 nm Raman Analyzer

The labyrinth of regulatory agencies and the dictates they lay out for the pharmaceutical industry can be exceptionally challenging to navigate. From the U.S. FDA and the multiple global Pharmacopoeia around the world, to ALCOA principles and 21CFRPart 11 compliance, it’s a never-ending and ever-changing scope. Join us in this webinar for a quick map of the 2020 global regulatory terrain! We will take a look at the general impact of the varied and ever-changing regulatory landscape and how Progeny 1064nm handheld Raman can fit in.
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Jill Carreiro

TOPIQ | What To Do When the Lights Go Out - Rethinking the Homelab for Structural Biology Research

The current COVID-19 crisis has forced a number of centralized facilities to go dark stopping a number of projects. What will you do to keep your and your colleagues' structures moving through pipeline? In this webinar we will take a look at how you can maintain your throughput during future shutdowns with the latest in home laboratory equipment. You will learn about the recent advances in hybrid photon counting detectors, fast goniometers, sources, automation, control and processing software, and fully integrated, turnkey systems. Macromolecular crystallography systems are not just for MX and you see how you can leverage your investment by sharing resources with the small molecule crystallographers in your organization.
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Dr. Joseph Ferrara

TOPIQ | Micro XRD with a single crystal diffractometer

With your Rigaku single crystal diffractometer, you also have a powerful powder diffractometer ready at hand. Furthermore, this diffractometer needs only micrograms of sample to collect powder data, suitable for qualitative and quantitative analysis, as well as Rietveld refinement. This Webinar focuses on the sample preparation and the data collection of powders, using the Powder Diffraction Tool in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ.
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Dr. Christian Schürmann

TOPIQ | Use of handheld LIBS for QA/QC of metal alloys for critical applications

Join us to learn how the Rigaku KT-100S Handheld LIBS Analyzer offers the proven robustness, accuracy and reporting need for metal alloy verification applications.
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David Mercuro, VP Marketing
Jessica Feuer, Product Manager

TOPIQ | Supermini200 – compact, versatile and most powerful elemental analysis in petrochemicals

In this webinar we will show how the use of a compact, high performance benchtop WDXRF analyzer can simplify the elemental analysis for a wide range of petrochemical products. Ultimately, the Supermini200 can minimize instrument-operating costs. We will cover the analysis of ultra low S in fuel oils (ASTM D2622, EN ISO 20884) and the analysis of additives in lube oils (ASTM D6443, EN ISO 51399). Further we will present the advantages of using a powerful universal calibration. 
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Carmen Kaiser-Brügmann

TOPIQ | Processing of a twinned data set in CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ and structure solution in Olex²

Join this webinar to follow us as we walk through the indexing and processing of an easy twinned data set in CrysAlis Pro, followed by structure solution and refinements in Olex².
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Pierre Le Magueres

TOPIQ | How to work from home

This webinar is intended to provide a general overview of the benefits and challenges of working from home. The challenges presented to companies and employees brought on by quarantines and social distancing have resulted in a lot of people suddenly cast in to working remotely. This webinar will discuss some of the things to watch out for and how to plan to make your transition successful.
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Scott Bendle

TOPIQ: CrysAlis Pro 40: 64-bit, Synergy, HyPix-Arc 150°, AutoChem4.0, Ewald 3D

The new version of CrysAlisᴾʳᵒ (CAP40) was released to the general public in May 2019. For the first time it is available in a 32/64-bit version. CAP40 also features the new version AutoChem4.0. All instrument users can perform standard crystal reference experiments with it to bench mark their systems easily.
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Dr. Mathias Meyer

TOPIQ | Rigaku Progeny 1064 nm Raman as a Versatile Solution for Raw Material ID and Verification

Join us to learn how Progeny 1064 nm Handheld Raman offers the proven robustness required of high-throughput raw materials testing while being uniquely versatile enough to provide you the scientific answers you need in more experimental applications. Hear about how Progeny fits into your Data Integrity and Compliance solution puzzle, and learn more about interesting applications like Polymorph speciation and cell culture media analysis.
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Jill Carreiro

What to do when the lights go out - rethinking the homelab for structural biology research.

The current COVID-19 crisis has forced a number of centralized facilities to go dark stopping a number of projects, even those related to COVID-19 research. What will you do to keep your and your colleagues' structures moving through pipeline? In this webinar we will take a look at how you can maintain your throughput during future shutdowns with the latest in home laboratory equipment.
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Joseph Ferrara

X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials Science 4: Foams and Composites Applications

A number of X-ray CT application examples of foams and composite materials will be discussed. Examples to include the analysis of foam porosity, cell size, and cell wall thicknesses as well as void distribution and fiber orientation in composite materials.
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Aya Takase

X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials Science 3: Food and Pharmaceutical Applications

A number of X-ray CT application examples in the food and pharmaceutical industries will be discussed. Examples to include the analyses of cracks and aggregation inside tablets, tablet and drug particle coating thicknesses, air pocket size distributions in food and sugar coating thicknesses of candies.
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Aya Takase

X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials Science 2: Data Analysis

An overview of X-ray CT data analysis techniques starting with basic image processing and leading to traditional segmentation, machine learning based segmentation and quantitative analysis. A number of commonly used data analysis and visualization programs will be discussed and demonstrated to help beginners to get an idea of where to start and select the right analysis tool for their needs
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Aya Takase

X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials Science 1: Introduction

An introduction to the X-ray computed tomography (CT) technique. Designed to show how X-ray CT works and how it can be applied to scientific research. It will include an introduction to the technique, instrumentation and application examples.
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Aya Takase