The Destination Characterisation Roadshow brings some of the most experienced scientists together for a day to share their research findings, provide a channel for networking with like-minded individuals, and inspire ideas for tackling challenges in research. Hear how researchers like you have benefitted from using NanoTemper products to further their research.
Whether you are interested in learning more or have experience with identifying protein quality, measuring binding affinity or characterising protein stability, you’ll walk away from this event with valuable research insights, a connection with others in your field, and we also hope, a little bit of fun.
Here’s what you can expect. Check back for the most up-to-date agenda.
Hosted at The Fable.
|9:00||Networking Breakfast & Check-in|
|9:30||Welcome from NanoTemper Technologies|
|9:45||Identifying Protein Quality with Tycho NT.6|
|10:00||Protein folding in the cell — Dr. David Balchin, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry|
|10:30||Characterising Protein Stability with Prometheus (nanoDSF)|
|10:45||Optimisation of secreted target protein yields by introduction of in silico designed stabilising mutations – or how to make strong and stable proteins — Dr. Svend Kjaer, The Francis Crick Institute|
|11:30||Measuring Binding Affinity with Monolith (MST)|
|11:45||Bridging the gaps: Determining the structural arrangement of a molecular motor using MST — Nathan B.P. Adams, University of Sheffield|
|12:15||Biotech Business – Ask the Experts|
Dr. Svend Kjaer
Deputy Head, Structural Biology Science Technology Platform, The Francis Crick Institute
Dr. David Balchin
Postdoctoral Fellow, Cellular Biochemistry, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
Dr. Jamie Ware
Senior Scientist, Biophysics and Enzymology, Sygnature Discovery
Nathan B.P. Adams
Lecturer and Research Associate, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of Sheffield
Dr. Peter Coombs
Principal Scientist, Target Delivery Group, LifeArc
Other Speaker Announcements coming soon.
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Join us at The Fable
Inspired by the fantasy world of fairy tales and Aesop’s fables, The Fable near Holborn Viaduct in central London, is anything but ordinary. From the vintage typewriter, to the leather bound books, every detail tells a story.