Join Robin Sweeney, PhD for an in-depth review of Raman and Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) to count, size, and ID particles by their chemical or elemental fingerprints.

Microplastics are everywhere you can’t see, from the mountains, to the ocean to your food. Identifying the degree of contamination requires analytical tools that can see subvisible particles as well as identify them.

During this live webinar, Robin Sweeney, Product Manager at Unchained Labs, will discuss recently published work highlighting the advantages of using advanced automated microscopy powered by the combination of Raman spectroscopy and laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) as a means to collect and identify microplastics in various samples.

Key Topics Include:

  • Gain data-driven insight on the advantages of Raman spectroscopy for microplastic identification
  • Overview of complete particle characterization from size, shape, and count to identification and source material
  • Advantages of an all-in-one automated system for particle characterization, especially microplastic particles

Presenters

Product Manager
Unchained Labs

Robin Sweeney is the Product Manager for Hound and Bouncer at Unchained Labs. Robin earned a BS in Biology and Biomathematics from The University of Scranton and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Arizona. Her graduate research focused on optical biosensor development. At Unchained Labs, Robin focuses on applications and advancements of our particle analysis platforms for biologics, drug development and manufacturing, and many other particle characterization applications.

Production Partner

Unchained Labs

Here's the deal. We're all about helping biologics researchers break free from tools that just don't cut it. Unleashing problem-tackling products that make a huge difference in the real science they do every day. That's our mantra, our promise and we own it. We're located in Pleasanton, CA and can be found online at www.unchainedlabs.com.

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