Last week, we hosted a webinar on the Weissenberg-Rabinowitsch-Mooney Correction, also known as WRM correction. What is this correction? When you are using a viscometer to measure viscosity of a liquid, there is more than just one number that comes out. Using a viscometer, you can determine if your sample is Newtonian or non-Newtonian.
We are proud to announce our formal Rheology Forum which will take place from March 10 to March 12, 2020. The course will focus on the following:
We are at the 2020 Peptalk conference in San Diego! Come to Booth #700 to say hello to our technical team!!
We will be at the upcoming MJ Biz Con conference in 2019. Come stop by to look at our canna-viscometers and also meet our Technical Specialists! We will be at Booth #C8309.
You may have followed many of our injectability application notes and webinar sessions where we began to explain the concept of calculating injection rates. Our next webinar this coming month on November 20, 2019 at 11:00 am PST will actually be a hands-on live workshop where we will start from scratch on how to approach the calculations to injection rate, figuring out which shear rates to run, and ultimately designing your experiments with the real application in mind.
Trilogy Bio, Inc. is hosting a 2019 Emeryville tradeshow where RheoSense, Inc. Technical Specialists will be on-site to help answer any questions.
On August 5, 2019 at 10:00 am PST at Oaksterdam University in Oakland California, our Technical Specialists will be giving a talk on cannabis extracts and where viscosity is important.
Sign up for the event here: https://learn.oaksterdamuniversity.com/cannabis-extraction-operations-seminar/