Drug development requires rapid data driven decisions to address the challenges in formulation and keep pace with the demand for higher therapeutic effectiveness. As drug development increasingly focuses on the nanoscale behavior of compounds, analytical techniques such as optical microscopy are falling short of delivering the data needed to investigate drug material efficacy. With the right tool, the physical characteristics of the API and excipient can be thoroughly and easily characterized. Scanning electron microscopes are versatile instruments that provide a vast range of data required for drug development, including high resolution surface imaging, particle sizing, morphological analysis, chemical composition, and API distribution analysis.
In this webinar, SEM application scientist Ingrid Koch will present the ways in which a Phenom Desktop SEM brings meaningful insights and powerful capabilities in-house to your lab.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- Microparticle characterization
- Visualization of API distributions
- Automation in nanoparticle analysis