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    Green Flash Chromatography Webinar

    November 26, 2019 at 9:03 PM / by Bob Bickler posted in Green, Sfär, Selekt, Webinar, Cost, Normal Phase

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    Over the past several decades, the chemical industry has implemented process changes and updated practices in R&D and manufacturing in an effort to reduce liquid and solid lab waste. The pharmaceutical industry in particular has taken steps within their drug discovery labs to reduce solvent use by requiring their chemists to find and implement measures that achieve the corporate environmental goals without curtailing their productivity – quite the challenge.

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    Webinar: A Roadmap to Successful Chromatography

    March 19, 2019 at 10:00 PM / by Bob Bickler posted in Chromatography Fundamentals, Reversed-phase, Troubleshooting and Optimization, Webinar, Loading Techniques

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    On July 26th, 2018, Bob Bickler, Senior Technical Specialist, recorded a webinar on A Roadmap to Successful Flash Chromatography. To learn more, read the description below as well as watch the recording!

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    Webinar: Inspiring Productivity with Modern Flash Chromatography

    December 11, 2018 at 7:40 PM / by Bob Bickler posted in Chromatography Fundamentals, Reversed-phase, Green, Sfär, Selekt, Webinar

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    On December 6th, 2018, Bob Bickler, Senior Technical Specialist, recorded a webinar on Inspiring Productivity with Modern Flash Chromatography. To learn more, read the description below as well as watch the recording!

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    How to work smarter with flash column chromatography

    September 5, 2018 at 4:54 PM / by Bob Bickler posted in Workflow, Green, Sfär, Selekt, Webinar, Cost

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    First, join me on a flashback to my past as a discovery chemist just fresh out of grad school and eager to make a difference in pharmaceutical research. I was advised by my boss to model my behavior after a colleague and labmate with a reputation of being highly productive and successful. I was also informed that ‘chemist productivity’ was measured by 1) the number of compounds (of sufficient quantity and quality) he/she registered in the company’s database and 2) meeting project milestones.

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