Converting Ideas into Products: How to strengthen your polymer process innovation?

A comprehensive overview is provided by this webinar, which includes practical examples and guidance for state-of-the-art polymer analysis in modern laboratory environments.

Webinar Overview

Building blocks for raw materials towards functional and formulated products will demonstrate full value-chain coverage for the polymer industry. From product development to quality control, the analytical technology of magnetic resonance is widely applicable thanks to its dedicated solution offerings across various instrument platforms. Harmonized methods are fostered by exchangeable results in globally-distributed laboratory topologies, and this, therefore, leads to deeper and more consistent insights.


Clemens Anklin obtained a Ph.D. in chemistry in 1984 from the Swiss Institute of Technology ETH. Later that same year, he joined Spectrospin (later to become Bruker) as an NMR applications scientist and four years later, he transferred to the United States in 1988 to begin building an applications team in the U.S. Dr. Anklin now holds the role of Vice President for NMR applications as well as training for the Americas.

An EPR Applications Scientist, Dr. Kalina Ranguelova has held her role in Bruker BioSpin Corporation since 2011. Following on from the completion of her Ph.D. at The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, where her research focused on inorganic copper complexes structure using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy, Dr. Ranguelova joined Bruker after two research positions at CUNY and National Institute for Environmental Sciences. In these positions, she studied free radical biology and EPR spin trapping as a method for the measurement of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Upon joining Bruker, Dr. Ranguelova accepted her current role as an Applications Scientist.

Her current focus is the detection and identification of pharmaceuticals using spin traps and spin probes as well as free radicals in biological systems. Dr. Ranguelova has publications in journals like The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Biochemistry, Free radical Biology and Medicine, etc., and has presented in many international meetings related to free radical research in biology and protein chemistry.

Dr. Brendan Lichtenthal began his scientific training at Union College, where he earned a B.S. in chemistry. Dr. Lichtenthal then continued his training at Stony Brook University, where he earned a Master’s degree in chemistry. Much of Dr. Lichtenthal’s work focused on small molecule organic synthesis and the accompanying structural NMR, whilst his areas of study included substituted b lactams, taxoids, and antibacterials. Today, Dr. Lichtenthal offers customer support for TD-NMR and some EPR applications.

Key Topics

  • A highly- sophisticated R&D Toolbox
  • Derivative solutions engineered for production roll-out
  • Non-expert applications for QC
  • Increased comparability by harmonized methods

Who Should Attend?

Laboratory Manager, Head of Department, Technology Scout, Division President,  R&D Manager, Senior & Principal Scientist, QA/QC Manager, New Product Developer, Lead Quality Engineer 

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