Virtual Event Center

Accede to our analytical lab and team of experts in just one click!

At Milestone we are keen to provide real and solid answers to your needs. That's why we are offering you an easy access to our application team and analytical laboratory through our Virtual Event Center. In these series of events, industry-based webinars and virtual workshops provide in depth explanation of our solutions for several applications and markets.
Through our live webcams, you can enter in our labs, speak to our specialists and ask for a customized demo. Real samples, possibly yours, are processed live to provide a tangible demonstration of our solutions.
See with your eyes how Milestone can help!
Virtual event center with live webcams

Virtual Workshop with live demo
Online Free Training Conference

Agro-food waste valorization as a source of valuable biochemicals in circular economy: a reality

In the framework of BARBARA project, this online training conference will provide a platform to meet companies and researchers interested in the application of circular economy for the valorization of agro-food wastes. The potential of MW and rapid antimicrobial techniques will be shown by Milestone and Metrohm Hispania.

Date

21st October, 2020

Register today


Virtual Workshop with live demo
Prof. Cezar A. Bizzi

Prof. Cezar A. Bizzi

Departamento de Química, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil
Dr. Diego Carnaroglio

Dr. Diego Carnaroglio

Application Manager at Milestone
For food and enviro labs

How to simplify microplastic determination through a new microwave sample preparation protocol

The determination of Microplastics (MPs) has become a crucial aspect for the protection of the environment and human health. Recent studies demonstrated that the human ingestion of MPs is about 120 thousand particles annually, which comes from water, food or even air. The main effects associated with the ingestion of MPs can result in the blockage of the digestive tract and the leaching of additives and chemicals added to the production process, such as stabilizers and flame retardants. Considering the amount of plastics released in oceans every year, fish are one of the primary ways for humans to absorb MPs; therefore, adequate methods are required to be able to determine MPs in fish tissue in a fast and efficient way.
Key Topics
  • - A single method for microplastics and elemental contaminants determination was developed
  • - A protocol for environmental risk assessment monitoring is based on selective fish digestion.
  • - Microplastics must be also considered a potential source of toxic elements to marine environment

Date

18th November, 2020

Register today

Can’t make the live webcast? Access to our broadcast recording archive