MAY 27, 2020 11:00 AM PDT

Nano-Emulsion Formulation & Characterization for Life Science and Industrial Markets

  • Technical Sales Specialist - Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
      John Costello is a Technical Sales Specialist at Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, with a focus on Particle Characterization solution selling into BioPharma/Semiconductor/Food&Beverage/Oil&Power/Academic markets. He holds an MS/PhD in Material Science form Penn State University.


    DATE: May 27, 2020

    TIME:  11:00am PT

    Nano-emulsions are becoming increasingly popular in various Life Science and Industrial markets including Drug Delivery, Food&Beverage, Cosmetics, and Pigments/Dyes. In most cases, the reduction of the particle size imparts a (kinetic) stability to the formulation. Hence, particle sizing and dispersion stability characterization are critical quality attributes that must be optimized and subsequently utilized as Quality Control pass/fail criteria. After reviewing emulsification processing options, a detailed review of particle sizing techniques will be given addressing operational techniques as well as advantages and disadvantages for each. Emulsion examples from a variety of markets will also be shown.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Understanding the difference between a Nano-emulsion and a macro-emulsion

    • Identifying instruments that can be used to characterize the size of nano-emulsions

    • Knowing what markets utilize nano-emulsions for their product emulsions


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