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Enabling student research in mining and energy
6 Oct 2017

Enabling student research in mining and energy

By Bradley Schwarzenbach, Digital Marketing Specialist, North America
With a changing climate comes an ever-increasing need to better understand our environment and identify ways to sustainably harness its resources.

Key factors when considering a benchtop X-ray diffractometer
1 Aug 2017

Key factors when considering a benchtop X-ray diffractometer

By Katherine Macchiarola, Marketing Director, Americas
Having managed X-ray diffraction labs at previous jobs and in grad school, Katherine knows that there are a number of factors to consider when the time comes to add or replace an XRD system in your lab.

With high-quality powder diffraction data you can do much more than phase analysis…
28 Jun 2017

With high-quality powder diffraction data you can do much more than phase analysis…

By Olga Narygina, PhD; Product Manager XRD
About solving a crystal structure from powder data...

Top 5 PANalytical web seminars of 2016
11 Jan 2017

Top 5 PANalytical web seminars of 2016

By Linda Bratica, Marketing Events Coordinator
In the 2016 program we happy to welcome large audiences for our webinars about free lime analysis for high-frequency process control. The application-focused webinars on XRF theory and X-ray reflectometry were also quite popular and got a place in the top 3.

A strategy for improved M1 margin/profitability in the mining industry
8 Dec 2016

A strategy for improved M1 margin/profitability in the mining industry

By Eric Tusseau, Engineer and Automation Specialist
Lower commodity prices, weaker demand, environmental regulations, lower ore grades, and higher running costs are some of the main challenges that the mining industry has to deal with every day.

Food quality – it starts in the soil
1 Jul 2016

Food quality – it starts in the soil

By Andrew Fussell, Product Manager XRF
Safe, high-quality food is something that many of us take for granted. Occasionally though, a scandal occurs that shocks the world. Whether it is plastic in chocolate, melamine in milk powder, lead in noodles or lead in water, the consequences can be devastating for the people and businesses involved.

Getting insight – 2015 webinars
16 Feb 2016

Getting insight – 2015 webinars

By Annemiek van der Kolk, Corporate Marketing & Communications
In last year’s program we welcomed large audiences for the webinars about our new product Zetium. The application-focused webinars on mining and thin films were very popular too and got a place in the top 3.

Behind the scenes of the PANalytical Award selection
24 Nov 2015

Behind the scenes of the PANalytical Award selection

By Sybille Franken, member of the PANalytical Award team
With 1 December approaching rapidly, the deadline for submitting an entry for the PANalytical Award is in sight. While applicants will not be able to submit their articles for the next 3 months, work behind the scenes has already started.

Evaluate your analysis – There’s always something you can do better...
24 Sep 2015

Evaluate your analysis – There’s always something you can do better...

By Scott Gilroy, Regional Product Manager XRF
There is a big difference between just running an analysis and producing solid quantifiable results that are repeatable.

Thoughts from the diffraction laboratory
16 Aug 2015

Thoughts from the diffraction laboratory

By Patricia Kidd, Principal Scientist Materials Applications Research
In this age of high-speed electronics we expect everything to happen in an instant (well at least at the speed of the fastest electrons).