Filtration is a widely utilized yet often underappreciated laboratory technique. It is frequently utilized in a significant proportion of chemical and biological laboratories worldwide, ranking as the second most performed activity after chemical weighing on a balance. Despite its widespread usage, the intricacies of filtration are often overlooked in chemist training programs.
This webinar, entitled "The Art of Filtration," aims to address this deficiency by providing a comprehensive overview of filtration media and its impact on analytical results. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the most appropriate filter materials for their specific applications, as well as practical tips and techniques to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of their filtration processes. The seminar will cover a range of topics, including:
Join us on March 29, 2023 to gain a more thorough understanding of the science behind filtration techniques.
Following his degree in chemistry at the University Mainz Institute for Organic Chemistry, Uwe Wagner started his first job as a separation specialist in 1994. Now more than 28 years of experience in the separation market he is working as a Technology Manager managing the WEU & EMEA lab separation portfolio.
Dr. Anke Kleiser
Following her doctoral thesis at the Institute of Physiology and Pathophysiology in Heidelberg, Dr. Anke Kleiser started her professional experience with us. Now more than 14 years of experience in the cell culture area she is working as a Technology Manager managing the entire cell culture portfolio at for Western Europe & EMEA.
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