January 2020

PEPTalk - The Protein Science Week

San Diego, California

20 - 24 January

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More than 1,300 leaders from academia, biotech and pharma gather at PepTalk: The Protein Science Week for intensive learning and networking, to discover new opportunities, apply alternative solutions, and develop promising partnerships.  Come and find us on booth #501 to find out more about our inovvative approach to protein charactersiation.

February 2020

EMBL: Expanding the Druggable Proteome with Chemical Biology

Heidelberg, Germany

5 - 7 February

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Despite advances in human genetics over the past decade, the fraction of the human proteome targeted by small molecules remains relatively small compared to the total number of genes linked to a disease phenotype by Mendelian inheritance or genome-wide association studies. This conference will explore how recent advances in chemical biology are helping to expand the druggable proteome and enhance our understanding of disease biology with three major themes: 

  • illuminating the druggable genome
  • chemical interrogation of the druggable proteome
  • new engineering approaches for breaking the druggability barrier

Find Sven and Hazel in the exhibition area to find out more about how the Fluidity One-W can support your research.

Biophysical Society 64th Annual Meeting

San Diego, CA, USA

15 - 19 February 2020

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With nearly 6,500 attendees, 500 speakers and over 900 poster presentations, the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting brings together leading scientists from the all over the world who work at the interface of the life, physical, and computational sciences.  

Find us on booth #331 in the exhibition area.

ARBRE-MOBIEU 2020 Plenary meeting

Prague, Czech Republic

24-26 February 2020

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The ARBRE-MOBIEU network aims to seed a large-scale pan-European interdisciplinary synergistic clustering, allowing to ally and synergize the power of spectroscopic, hydrodynamic, real-time microfluidic, thermodynamic and single-molecule approaches for studies of biological macromolecules and assemblies as a whole.

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

March 2020

The International SMALP Conference

Virtual meeting

20 March  2020

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The International SMALP Conference is being held on Friday March 20, 2020 in New York City, and welcomes researchers interested to learn about the latest developments in membrane protein structure, function and native nanodiscs.  

Proteomics in Cell Biology and Disease Mechanisms

Virtual Meeting

30 March - 1 April 2020

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This is a cross-disciplinary meeting that will bring together proteomics technology experts from academia and industry, life science specialists, and medicine communities who are interested in systems biology, cell signalling, structural biology, and disease and clinical proteomics.  The conference will also highlight the latest developments in spatial and structural proteomics, protein-protein interactions and post-translational modifications, and their applications in medicine.

Select Science Virtual Summit

Webinar: Measuring the affinity of challenging protein targets

Tuesday 31st March, 2pm GMT

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In unprecedented times, we are delighted to be taking part in Select Science's first Virtual Summit.  Join our webinar on Tuesday 31st March at 2pm GMT where we will discuss the latest data from the literature and application studies where MDS is used to assess a variety of protein interactions – even difficult targets.  Presented by Dr Sean Devenish.

April

AAT-AD/PD™ Focus Meeting

Virtual Meeting

2 - 5 April 2020

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The annual focus meeting of the AAT-AD/PD will present all the latest breakthroughs in treatment, translational R&D, early diagnosis, drug development and clinical trials in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other related neurological disorders.

Join our virtual booth from 8am GMT on the 1st of April to find out more about how the Fluidity One-W can benefit your research.