The handover of the software licences will take place on 17 April at 12.00pm in the course of the Technical Chemical Days, followed by a press conference. The event will be held in the Second Floor Conference Center of Building B of the university. The press will be invited.
Founded in 1981, Molnár-Institute for Applied Chromatography is a world-renowned capacity in the development of liquid chromatography processes. The institute is headed by Dr Imre Molnár, who is dedicated to the development of safe and effective products in big pharma and in many other areas of life science and the food industry.
The DryLab® software is a unique system that provides invaluable support for the development, optimisation and robustness testing of liquid chromatographic methods and for troubleshooting method development.
With DryLab®, the time required to develop high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) methods can be reduced up to 12-fold, ensuring that the optimised separations not only have a good but the best work point while meeting the requirements of the specific regulatory framework.