Our events calendar

A complete list of events we're attending, or holding. From conferences and exhibitions, to open evenings and department visits - meet our team and see our technology in action.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

Fluidic Analytics continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic closely in the interest of our employees', their families and our industry community.  Any decision to cancel our attendance at future events will be made based on the guidance of the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Commission, and the regulations/restrictions put in place by local/regional authorities.  Many meetings will take place virtually; we continue to work with our event partners to support their meeting objectives and minimise disruption for attendees.

Bitesize Webinar Series

Monitoring of SMALP nanodisc formation by microfluidic diffusional sizing

Thursday 28th May, 2pm BST

Details here

In the third of our series of bitesize webinars, we will explore the importance of absolute size measurements during SMALP-nanodisc formation, using the Fluidity One-W.  In this short webinar, we will discuss:

  • Why Microfluidic Diffusional Sizing (MDS) is an ideal tool when monitoring SMALP nanodisc formation using just 5 μL per sample measurement.
  • How inclusion of low concentrations of fluorescently labelled lipids enabled observation of SMALP-nanodisc formation by MDS.
  • By measuring the absolute size of SMALP nanodiscs, MDS can allow researchers to control the lipid environment of proteins embedded in nanodiscs.

Quantifying the stoichiometry and binding affinity of protein–protein interactions in simple and complex backgrounds

Thursday 14th May, 2pm BST

Details here

In the second of our series of bitesize webinars, we will explore the importance of quantifying the stoichiometry and binding affinity of protein–protein interactions in simple and complex backgrounds, using the Fluidity One-W.  In this short webinar, we will discuss:

  • How absolute size measurements can be measured using the Fluidity One-W with samples fully in solution
  • Why these measurements can inform researchers of the stoichiometry of the complex
  • What the binding affinity of the complex is and why this has important applications down the line

Affinity of PD-1/PD-L1 interaction —
a comparison between SPR, MST, ITC and MDS

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Details here

In the first of our series of bitesize webinars, we explore the importance of the PD‐1/PD-L1 interaction and measure the binding affinity, by employing MDS, using the Fluidity One-W.  In this short webinar, we discuss:

  • How the Fluidity One-W can determine binding affinity and stoichiometry of protein interactions without prior knowledge of the structure of the protein complex.
  • Why this type of data gives researchers vital additional information about the protein complexes they are studying without the need for detailed structural information.
  • A comparison of binding affinity value for PD-1/PD-L1 with those measured from a range of biophysical techniques.

August

21st Annual Drug Discovery Summit

Berlin, Germany

11 - 12 August 2020

DETAILS HERE

Join over 400 leaders, experts and scientists at the renowned R&D Series, helping to shape the future of drug discovery and development

Meet the Fluidic team in the exhibition area, and ask us how MDS on the Fluidity One-W can support membrane protein characterization, binding affinity studies and protein interactions reserach.

13th Annual Proteins & Antibodies Conference

London, UK

26 - 28 August 2020

Details here

This year we return to the Proteins & Antibodies Congress as sole sponsot of the Bioanalysis kick off track.  Join over 450 leaders, experts and scientists at the UK’s largest Biologics forum, connecting global pharma, biotech and academia to advance next generation biotherapeutics

Find us in the exhibition area.

RSC Chemical Biology and Bio-organic Group Postgraduate Symposium

Virtual Event

11 September 2020

DETAILS HERE

This RSC Chemical Biology and Bio-organic Group Postgraduate Symposium is dedicated to providing platform for PhD students from a broad range of chemical biology backgrounds to come together, share their work and discuss the latest research. 

European Protein Degradation Congress

Basel, Switzerland

28 & 29 September 2020

DETAILS HERE

The European Protein Degradation Congress will bring together leading industry players within big pharma and biotech along with expert academics in the ubiquitin space - providing an open forum and facilitate the sharing of in vitro and in vivo data.

Visit Fluidic Analytics in the exhibition area and find out how the Fluidity One-W can support your research.

2021

FEBS 2021

Ljubljana, Slovenia

3 - 8 July

DETAILS HERE

Postponed from July 2020, the FEBS Congress provides a platform for international scientific exchange and showcases the newest developments in biochemistry, molecular biology and related areas. 

Find Fluidic Analytics in the exhibition area with the Fluidity One-W, and ask us about our newest application studies.

Peptide-membrane interactions: Faraday Discussion

Burlington House, London

8 - 10 September 2021

Details here

This meeting is aimed at established scientists, post-graduate students and industrial researchers interested in the fundamental questions of cell biology including how peptides and proteins behave within biological membranes. Given the importance of improving our understanding of how macromolecules such as peptides interact with membranes, the unique format of the Faraday Discussions will allow for in-depth discussions and opportunities to establish new collaborations.

Find Stephanie in the exhibition foyer with the Fluidity One-W, and ask us about our newest application studies.

HUPO 2021

Stockholm, Sweden

24 - 28 October 2021

DETAILS HERE

Postponed from October 2020. The official congress theme ‘Clinical Proteomics for the Benefit of the Patients’ brings together biopharma and biotech drug developments, for the first time involving Pharma Industry in one of the foremost arenas for the advancement of life sciences – a natural next step considering that knowledge derived from proteomics research is playing an increasingly important role in drug development.

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