Instruments has introduced a comprehensive eLearning course that details
light scattering for materials characterization using the company's Zetasizer
Nano system. Course modules introduce dynamic and electrophoretic light scattering
techniques as well as sample preparation, instrument configuration and how to
set up standard operating procedures (SOPs).
The new eLearning courses are a further addition to Malvern's extensive and
highly regarded education and training portfolio.
Two course admissions are being offered free of charge with every Zetasizer
Nano purchased. Providing a convenient alternative to traditional face-to-face
training courses these allow the system operator to work at their own pace and
at a time of their choosing. To enable the course attendee to monitor their
progress there is a test section at the end of each module. Additional places
can be purchased as and when required and are ideal for rapidly introducing new
users to the system.
Malvern has a long track record in providing high quality education and
support for a wide range of materials characterization techniques and
applications. An early pioneer in delivering web-based seminars and courses,
Malvern has also built a vast electronic 'knowledge base' housing freely
accessible materials including application notes, white papers, case studies,
published articles and on-demand presentations.