There are many calculations done, particularly statistical calculations, when you perform the Validation Process step. This week we will review the results of a Validation Study and use some of the results generated last weeks’ tip.
On October 26, 2020, Waters President and CEO, Udit Batra, Ph.D was honored by the New England Council, the nation’s oldest regional business organization, with the prestigious “New Englander of the Year” award during their… Read more >
In this series, we review considerations for keeping your lab at the forefront of science. As you adjust to living and working in a pandemic and anticipate future global and geopolitical events, Waters remains dedicated… Read more >
The workflow within the Validation Manager window includes a status update for each test as it is carried out and results are generated. In this week’s tip, we will learn how to carry out a Validation Study.
In July 2018, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) reported the recall of a number of products containing the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) valsartan due to contamination with a known carcinogen, dimethyl nitrosamine, also referred to… Read more >
In previous Empower Tips, we discussed creating a Validation Protocols, in this week’s tip, we will learn how to create a Validation Study based on that protocol.
Why do we lose compounds while trying to measure them? Are they disappearing? Are they breaking down? Why and how? It all starts with adsorption and for certain metal-sensitive analytes, it renders chromatographic analysis using… Read more >
Late nights in the laboratory seem to be the only thing I can really count on when I am trying to get reproducible chromatography for certain compounds. But what I really want, is to go… Read more >
As our founder, Jim Waters, turns ninety-five this month, we are looking back on a legacy of unlocking the potential of science he began building in 1958. Waters has been at the forefront of scientific innovation… Read more >
Manually creating or editing older sample set methods increase the risks of generating incorrect standard curves and standard bracketing, as well as the risks of incorrectly accommodating all samples to be acquired. In this week’s tip, we will discuss how Sample Set Method Templates prevent these risks to reduce and prevent method-related investigations.