Get the best results from your samples

Join us at NanoTemper Technologies’ global headquarters in Munich for a 2-day user training. Our team of Application Specialists will work hands-on with you to help you get the most out of your samples using Monolith systems.

What you can expect

Leave with results from your own samples. Bring your own samples and our team of expert application specialists will assist you in moving forward using Monolith systems.

Find the optimal conditions for your MST assays. Learn about typical assay setup, things to watch out for, and how to identify and eliminate any problems from the start.

Meet other scientists who do similar research. Get to know your colleagues in the field. Share common questions and issues you are facing.

Get the chance to try your samples on one of our other Monolith instruments: NT.115, NT.115Pico, NT.LabelFree and NT.Automated. Learn more >>

Training program and agenda


Day 1

1 pm – end of dinner

  • Introductory presentation of Microscale Thermophoresis
  • Discussion on user samples with Application Specialists
  • Coffee break
  • Sample preparation and assay setup
  • Dinner

Day 2

9 am – 5 pm

  • Presentation of Microscale Thermophoresis data analysis
  • Coffee break
  • Experimental work on user samples
  • Lunch break
  • Experimental work and Microscale Thermophoresis data analysis

Day 3

9 am – 1 pm

  • Experimental work and assay optimization
  • Coffee break
  • Concluding remarks

Training fee (net): 1000 €

Includes all consumables, lunch and one dinner. Excludes travel and accommodation costs.

Benefit from our group rates

750 € for a second participant and 500 € for a third participant from your institute.

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MST User Training

Nov 20-22, 2017 | Munich, Germany

 

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I only had little experience with MST before I attended the MST User Training. But I was very excited that I could measure my own samples and test alternative experimental setups as well as different strategies for assay optimization.

Anna-Katharina Apel, Boehringer-Ingelheim GmbH