Webinar Highlights – UHPLC: Small Particle Solutions for Big Chromatography Challenges

Senior Field Application Scientist Scott Krepich answers your questions on UHPLC column selection and shares industry-specific tips In this free webinar, Scott Krepich, Senior Field Application Scientist, Phenomenex Inc., gave an informative presentation on column selection for UHPLC and shared industry-specific tips on method screening and development. Read on for highlights of the Q&A session…

New Immobilized Lux® i-Amylose-1 and i-Cellulose-5 Columns Add Enantioselectivity and Solvent Robustness

Lux chiral columns offer a wide and complementary range of enantioselectivity for even the most difficult chiral separation projects under normal phase, reversed phase, polar organic, or SFC separation modes. Now, the addition of a seventh and eighth Lux CSP (i-Amylose-1 and i-Cellulose-5) help to provide even greater chiral separation success along with some other…

Three New Things Science Says About Dads

(article via Smithsonian.com) Fathers can have a significant effect on their children By Kat Eschner smithsonian.com June 16, 2017 10:00AM Recent studies of fatherhood have provided more detail to something many of us know instinctively: dads can have a big effect on their children. Parenthood is a lot of responsibility, but understanding the role dads…

Symbiosis of Core-Shell and Fully Porous Particles: Implementing Both for Better HPLC and UHPLC Results

(Via LCGC North America) Learn to capitalize on the advantages of both core-shell and thermally modified fully porous stationary phase media to expand the options for HPLC and UHPLC method development. High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and ultra-high performance liquid chromatography(UHPLC) method development options can be extended significantly by tapping into the distinct advantages of…