When: 30.06.2010 - 02.07.2010
Where: University of Manchester, GB
Visit us at booth no. 12 and come to our workshop on wednesday 1 p.m.!
For more information please visithttp://www.physiology2010.org/index.html
7th FENS Forum of European Neuroscience
Where: Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre - Amsterdam, NL
Visit us at booth number 216.
For more information please visit the forum"s website:
8th Annual Ion Channel Retreat
Where: Aurora Biomed, Vancouver, Canada
For more information please visit:
Summerschool - Biosensing with channels
Where: Berder Island - Brittany - France
When: Thursday August 26th
"Screening for influx on a single-molecule levelâ€™, Dr. Mohamed Kreir from Nanion Technologies.
For more information please visit the website of the Summerschool.
21st Ion Channel Meeting
Where: Presqu"Ã®le de Giens - France
You have plenty of opportunity to meet us!When: Monday 13th - Wednesday 15th
All day | Exhibition
We will also be giving a workshop on bilayer experiments with the Port-a-PatchÂ® at the booth.When: Monday 13th
10.30 - 10:45 | Short Presentation.When: tbd
tbd | Poster: Artificial formation of gap junctions between bilayers and cells (Dr. Mohamed Kreir)The program you can download here.
For more information please visit the conference website.
21.07. - 22.07.2014 | International workshop on high-throughput bilayer electrophysiology
Location: Nanion Technologies, Munich, Germany
This international workshop on recent developments in lipid bilayer technologies and applications is organized by the University of Southampton and the University of Freiburg in collaboration with Nanion Technologies. Lipid bilayer electrophysiology has traditionally been a low-throughput method because of the difficulty of forming stable suspended bilayers, but recent micro-engineering advances are now enabling the rapid formation of arrays of stable bilayers. The presentations at the workshop will cover various approaches to parallel bilayer electrophysiology and will also explore the state-of-the-art and future directions for automated bilayer formation with commercialized instruments. Applications of high-throughput electrical bilayer assays will also be addressed, with a focus on biological nanopores as sensors for analyte detection and DNA sequencing. The presentations will outline the possibilities and the challenges for high-throughput nanopore resistive pulse sensing and related applications.
The workshop will be limited to approximately 35 attendees to encourage discussion on the further development of bilayer electrophysiology systems and applications. The list of confirmed speakers will be updated regularly.
Monday 21 July
13.30 - 14.05 Giovanni Maglia, University of Leuven Aperture-suspended and droplet interface bilayers for nanopore studies
14.05 - 14.40 Ulrich Keyser, University of Cambridge Glass nanopores for proteoliposome patch clamp electrophysiology
14.40 - 15.00 Gerhard Baaken, Ionera Technologies Automated formation of bilayer mircroarrays for single molecule detection with biological nanopores
15.00 - 15.50 Coffee break
15.50 - 16.25 Claudia Steinem, Georg-August-University Göttingen Pore-spanning membrane systems
16.25 - 16.50 Hywel Morgan, University of Southampton Microfluidic bilayer arrays for drug perfusion
16.50 - 17.15 Federico Thei, Elements SRL, Marco Tartagni, University of Bologna Miniturized electronics for bilayer recordings
Tuesday 22 July
O9.00 - 09.40 John Kasianowicz, National Institute of Standards and Technology Detecting and characterizing single molecules with biological nanopores
O9.40 - 10.10 Jan Behrends, University of Freiburg Polymer sensing with bilayer-nanopore arrays: PEG and beyond
10.10 - 10.30 Conrad Weichbrodt, Nanion Technologies Translocation of antibiotics through bacterial outer membrane proteins investigated on the Orbit 16 and the Port-a-Patch
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee Break
11.00 - 11.35 Juan Pelta, University of Evry-Val-d\"Essonne Protein translocation and unfolding with protein nanopores
11.35 - 12.00 Friedrich Simmel, Technical University of Munich DNA origami nanopores
12.00 - 12.30 Stefan Howorka, Department of Chemistry, University College London Lipid-anchored DNA nanopores
12.30 - 14.00 Lunch, infromal discussion, departure
Find the detailed program of the workshop here.
Please contact Maurits de Planque for a registration form. The registration fee of €100 includes dinner on July 21 and lunch on July 22.
For accommodation we suggest Hotel Orly, which is very close to the workshop venue.
Address: Nanion Technologeis, Gabrielenstrasse 9, 80636 Munich, Germany
You can take the S-Bahn from the airport, lines S1 and S8, and exit at Donnersbergerbrücke. Nanion is within about 10 minutes walking distance from Donnersbergerbrücke, please see the map here.
If you are more than one person travelling, buy the "Partnertageskarte Gesamtnetz" (€21,30) instead of individual tickets. Up to five persons can travel using this ticket.
A taxi from the airport usually costs €65 and upward, depending on traffic. Always ask how much the ride approximately is before stepping into the taxi!
02.09. - 03.09.2014 | ELRIG Drug Discovery
Location: Central Convention Centre, Manchester, UK
Wecome to Booth C5 to learn about Nanion\"s products for
-> patch clamp-based drug screening and research
-> automated bilayer recordings
-> real time transporter protein measurements
-> impedance-based recordings from beating cellular networks
Nanion also carries Axion\"s MEA systems, the Muse and the Maestro, in China and Europe.
"High throughput rules: patch clamping 384 cells at once & non-invasive HT electrophysiology"
Dr. Patrick Mumm
Find the abstract here.
Visit the conference website here.
05.- 08.03.2015 | 94th Annual Meeting of the German Physiological Society
Location: Magdeburg, Germany
"Easy Tools for Ion Channel Research: from organelles to primary cells, from single channels to action potentials"
Dr. Elena Dragicevic, Nanion Technologies
Go to the conference website here.
22. - 26.03.2015 | SOT / TOXPO 2015
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Go to the conference website here.