The workshop will take place at the Hyatt Regency in Cambridge, Massachusetts. We will include a demonstration of the instrument, along with a presentation and Q&A session on how automated shear rate/temperature sweeps can help characterize your samples.
The workshop will take place at the Kenilworth Inn in New Jersey. We will include a demonstration of the instrument, along with a presentation and Q&A session on how automated shear rate/temperature sweeps can help characterize your samples.
In this webinar we would cover the basics on whole blood, plasma and serum viscosity and the importance to hemodynamics (blood flow) and related clinical diagnosis applications. We will present the protocols required to test this kind of samples using VROC® (Viscometer/Rheometer-On-a-Chip) powered viscometers.
We demonstrate our technology capability to overcome some of the challenges encountered by conventional methods to measure viscosity when dealing with blood samples. Our instruments are able to characterize the viscosity of blood and its derivatives as a function of shear rate, temperature, vessel size and red blood cell content. If you want to learn more:
RheoSense is will be exhibiting at the 2016 Pittcon Conference from March 6th to March 10, 2016. Visit us at Booth #1522 to meet our specialists and see the new automatic, high throughput viscometer, VROC® initium!
RheoSense is will be exhibiting at the 2016 Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) Conference from January 23rd to the January 27th. Visit us at Booth #601 to meet our specialists and see the new automatic, high throughput viscometer, VROC® initium!
We want to thank all of the applicants for our 2015 Holiday promotion! Now...without further adieu, we would like to announce the winners!
In this webinar, we examine how great engineering minds have tackled this question over the years.
We trace the historical development of viscosity and viscometers; starting with the fundamental principles established by Sir Isaac Newton and leading up to modern-day viscometry methods.
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A few weeks ago, RheoSense sponsored November’s meeting for the Golden Gate Polymer Forum: "Properties and Applications of Synthetic Adhesive Polymers Inspired by Mussels, Wine, Tea, Chocolate and Other Edibles” by Prof. Phillip Messersmith from U.C. Berkeley.
Professor Phillip Messersmith's research is focused on biologically inspired materials. To learn more about Professor Messersmith's work, please check out his website!