Knowledge Center

Knowledge Center

The world of chemical analysis is nearly limitless in its range of applications. It touches industries and enterprises that span the globe, and each new chemical analysis project has the potential to change the way we live and work for the better. But for our work to make a difference, we need first to educate the men and women who seek our services and desire to build a better world.

What’s Available in the Knowledge Center?

Dive into the incredible potential of chemical analysis through our collection of whitepapers, see how our chemical analysis and consultation has helped companies large and small with our case studies, learn step-by-step how we carry out our analyses with our method overviews, and keep up with the latest in scientific breakthroughs from the Avomeen blog.


Deeply researched and thoroughly peer-reviewed, our whitepapers take the microscope to topics that affect our clients, their industries, and chemical analysts just like us. Our experts generously share knowledge they’ve gained from countless combined years of experience taking on chemical analysis challenges that others deemed impossible.

Case Studies

Our expertise is real, and our case studies prove it. Find out exactly how Avomeen’s careful and customized analysis has helped biopharmaceutical and biotech product designers, producers, and manufacturers get the most out of their medicines, medical devices, and processes.

Chemical Analysis Methods

When you talk with an Avomeen scientist, you’re getting consultation from profoundly well-trained and experienced men and women. But we don’t want to talk over your head; if you need a refresher on how we analyze your products and biopharmaceuticals, read our method overviews.

The Avomeen Blog

Science doesn’t stop evolving. For us, it’s a passion, but keeping up in a world of digital news and up-to-the-minute breakthroughs is a challenge of its own. Learn about what new science will be affecting the products and industries with which we work and how it will affect chemical analysis now and in the future.