For years, we have been discussing the value of the Tr-Tj expression (Tr = reaction temperature, Tj = heating/cooling jacket temperature). The ease of use and the valuable insight gained into chemistry from the Tr-Tj expression has already been leveraged by chemists around the world. Since I feel that there are more chemists out there who would benefit from the use of Tr-Tj on a regular basis, I thought I would tell a story to illustrate the value of the Tr-Tj expression. Continue reading
This past week, I attended the National Graduate Research Polymer Conference (NGRPC), which was hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Chemistry. A well known polymer chemist and professor from another large state university commented without any prompting from me that he really would like to change from using round bottom flasks to using the EasyMax™ for their polymer syntheses. I saw this as a good opportunity to learn from his perspective what he felt the inherent value was of the EasyMax™, an automated lab reactor system, in academia.
Last Thursday, May 6th, I attended the ISPE (International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering) New England Chapter Biopharma 2010 Conference held in Warwick, Rhode Island. A presentation was given by Geraldine Taber, Pfizer’s Global Technology Group Leader titled “Demise of the Round-Bottomed Flask – How new Battle Tools in the Lab of the Future are delivering value for R&D”.
Blog posts will include our latest application information and news in chemical research, development and scale-up.
Please subscribe to our RSS Feed to continue to get the latest information.