Exhibitors





 
                

Anatrace (stand 28)

www.anatrace.com

For 30 years, Anatrace has strived to develop and supply the industry’s finest products for protein science. Building on our portfolio of detergents and lipids, the addition of Microlytic crystallization tools and screens and our line of protein purification products allow us to fully support the entire structural biology pipeline. With the highest batch-to-batch consistency, we are the most trusted detergent source for extracting, solubilizing, stabilizing, and/or crystallizing macromolecules.





 
                

Avanti Polar Lipids (stand 5)

www.avantilipids.com

Avanti Polar Lipids, Inc. has served the Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical Industries and Lipid Researchers since 1967.
Divisions:
Research Products-Highest Purity Lipid Reagents
cGMP Manufacturing-API & Contract Manufacturing
Adjuvants-Immunotherapy & Vaccine Development
Analytical Services-Lipid Analysis
Lipidomics-MS Standards, Antibodies & Lipid Toolbox
Formulations- Liposomes & Nanoparticles
Equipment- Liposome Production Tools
Custom Services-Synthesis & Beyond





 
                

Beckman Coulter (stand 18)

www.beckman.com

Beckman Coulter develops, manufactures and markets products that simplify, automate and innovate complex biomedical testing. More than 275,000 Beckman Coulter systems operate in both Diagnostics and Life Sciences laboratories on seven continents. For over 75 years, our products have been making a difference in peoples' lives by improving the productivity of medical professionals and scientists, supplying critical information for improving patient health and delivering trusted solutions for research and discovery.





 
                

Bio-Logic Science Instruments (stand 25)

www.bio-logic.net





 
                

Brazilian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (stand 27)

www.sbbq.org.br

Non profit scientific organisation.





 
                

Bruker Nano Surfaces (stand 3)

www.bruker.com

Bruker Nano Surfaces provides industry-leading surface analysis instruments for the research and production environment. Our broad range of 2D and 3D surface profiler solutions supply the specific information needed to answer R&D, QA/QC, and surface measurement questions with speed, accuracy, and ease. Bruker’s AFMs are enabling scientists around the world to make discoveries and advance their understanding of materials and biological systems. Our tribometers and mechanical testers deliver practical data used to help improve development of materials and tribological systems.





 
                

Elements (stand 33)

www.elements-ic.com

Elements produces measurement instrumentation for current detection in the pico and nanoscale range. Elements single and multi-channel instruments are used in many university labs around the World for nanosensor analysis, pico-potentiostat and very low current detection, eg. current flowing through biological pores (ion channels) or solid state nanopores (artificial nanometer pores). Elements core technology for ultra low-noise signal detection is based on custom CMOS microchips, specially designed by the company engineers team. Thanks to the microchip approach, Elements instruments are the smallest and easy to use in their class, providing high quality performances at very competitive price.





 
             

Elliot Scientific Ltd. (stand 40)

www.elliotscientific.com

Manufacturer of commercial Optical Tweezer Systems with force measurement. Also miniature positioning stages. Also a leading distributor of photonics, cryogenics and materials characterisation systems, instrumentation and accessories.





 
             

Fluidic Analytics (stand 35)

www.fluidicanalytics.com

Fluidic Analytics develops next generation tools for protein science. Our new steady-state laminar flow platform allows proteins to be characterised in solution, under native conditions, quickly, cost-effectively and accurately. This platform brings together–on a single disposable chip–all steps of protein analysis, delivering a “sample in – data out” workflow that is rapid, simple and involves minimal sample preparation.





 
             

Hamamatsu Photonics (stand 1)

www.hamamatsu.com

Hamamatsu Photonics is a world-leading manufacturer of optoelectronic components and systems. The Company’s corporate philosophy stresses the advancement of photonics through extensive research and yields products that are regarded as state-of-the-art. All products are designed to cover the entire optical spectrum and provide solutions for a wide variety of applications including analytical, consumer, industrial and medical instrumentation. Developments in digital imaging continue to be made by the Hamamatsu Systems Division, most recently with the ORCA-Flash4.0 V3 scientific CMOS Camera. The range of solutions fit applications from routine microscopy through to the most demanding of imaging applications.





 
             

Horiba Scientific (stand 10)

www.horiba.com/uk/scientific/

To follow.





 
             

IOP Publishing (stand 29)

ioppublishing.org

IOP Publishing provides a range of journals, books, websites, magazines, conference proceedings and services through which leading-edge scientific research is distributed worldwide.
Extending to more than 20 journals IOP biosciences is dedicated to providing the essential content covering all areas of medical physics, biophysics and biomedical engineering. Visit iopscience.org/biosciences

IOP ebooksTM is an award-winning book programme that brings together innovative digital publishing with leading voices in scientific, technical, engineering and medical (STEM). Link to: iopscience.org/books






 
             

JPK Instruments (stand 2)

www.jpk.com

JPK Instruments AG is a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instruments - particularly atomic force microscope (AFM) systems and optical tweezers - for a broad range of applications reaching from soft matter physics to nano-optics, from surface chemistry to cell and molecular biology. From its earliest days applying atomic force microscope (AFM) technology, JPK has recognized the opportunities provided by nanotechnology for transforming life sciences and soft matter research.






 
             

Larodan (stand 17)

www.larodan.com

Larodan AB produces phospholipids of high purity for research purposes. From our site at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, we provide the research community worldwide with lipids.






 
             

Laser Lines Ltd (stand 37)

www.laserlines.co.uk

Laser Lines Ltd has been a leading supplier of lasers and accessories since 1975. Products include COBOLT DPSS diode and pulsed lasers, IPS narrow linewidth diode lasers, LIGHTHOUSE PHOTONICS high power green DPSS lasers, nLIGHT high power diode and fibre lasers plus KMLABS ultrafast lasers. Accessories are offered from GENTEC-EO, HAAS LASER TECHNOLOGIES, RADIANTIS and IS INSTRUMENTS amongst many others.





 


             

Laser Quantum Ltd (stand 24)

www.laserquantum.com

Laser Quantum is a world-class manufacturer of revolutionary solid-state and ultrafast laser systems. Our products lead the industry in performance specifications, reliability, compactness and operational lifetime. They have been used in ground-breaking research, and continue to push the boundaries of science. Our wealth of experience, together with our passionate team, mean we are committed to providing you with a service and laser system that exceeds your expectations.





             

LOT Quantum Design (stand 7)

www.lot-qd.co.uk

LOT-QuantumDesign are one of the leading European distributors of high-tech instrumentation for scientific, academic and industrial research.
Visit our stand to discuss the new Tomocube HT-1 3D Holographic Microscope, a ground-breaking, new microscope designed to let researchers view live and fixed cells using holographic tomography technology. HT-1 delivers quantitative data with high resolution and speed whilst remaining non-invasive.





 
             

Lumicks (stand 8)

www.lumicks.com

LUMICKS supports single-molecule biophysical and biological research by providing high performance, stable and ready-to-use instrumentation – allowing you to focus on the science. Applications include research on DNA/RNA-protein interactions, molecular motors, protein folding, cell membranes and genome structure. Discover our single-molecule instruments:
- C-Trap™: correlative optical tweezers-fluorescence microscopy
- AFS™: highly parallel manipulation method using acoustic force spectroscopy
- u-Flux™: laminar flow microfluidics system





 
             

Mad City Labs (stand 9)

http://www.madcitylabs.com

Mad City Labs manufactures since 1999 flexure based nanopositioning systems capable of sub-nanometer positioning resolution, featuring our propertary PicoQ® sensor technology and microscope platforms supporting cutting edge imaging techniques. Our product line covers the entire spectrum of nanopositioning capabilities and we maintain a leadership role in multi-axis stages for high speed optical microscopy, having supplied stages to several leading scientists, including Nobel Prize winners. We provide innovative and practical solutions for today’s demanding biotechnology and nanotechnology applications, like the RM21™, our adaptable microscopy platform which may be configured for a wide variety of microscopy techniques. The RM21™ is an ideal platform for innovative instrument development and single molecule microscopy offering nanometer level stability and extreme flexibility. Possible applications encompass high speed confocal imaging, AFM, NSOM, scanning probe microscopy, fiber positioning, single molecule spectroscopy, single molecule/particle tracking, high resolution optical alignment, SR optical microscopy, sub-diffraction limit microscopy, nanoscopy and lithography.





 
             

Malvern Instruments Ltd (stand 34)

www.malvern.com

Malvern Instruments provides the materials and biophysical characterization technology and expertise that enable scientists and engineers to understand and control the properties of dispersed systems. Parameters measured by Malvern systems include particle size, shape and concentration, zeta potential, protein charge, molecular weight, mass and conformation, biomolecular interactions and stability, rheological properties and chemical identification.





 
             

Molecular Dimensions Ltd (stand 6)

www.moleculardimensions.com

Molecular Dimensions is a world leading supplier for protein structure determination by X-ray crystallography. Our vision is to offer crystallographers the very latest tools for their research and also bring new methods to a broader audience all over the world. Our extensive product line includes: crystallization screens and reagents, bacterial growth and cell culture media, crystallization plates, and specialised crystal growth devices such as Laminex™ for membrane proteins using the lcp method, cryocrystallography tools, sample changer kits, and a range of instrumentation for growing protein crystals.





 
             

Multi Channel Systems (stand 16)

www.multichannelsystems.com

Multi Channel Systems, a division of Harvard Bioscience Inc., focuses on the development of precise scientific measuring instrumentation and equipment in the field of electrophysiology for research groups at universities and for the pharmaceutical industry. We provide solutions for extra-cellular recordings with microelectrode arrays in vitro and in vivo as well as for electrical stimulation. Moreover, we offer devices for automatic injection and intracellular recording of oocyte ion channels.





 
             

Nanion Technologies (stand 4)

www.nanion.de

Nanion Technologies is one of the leading providers of automated patch clamp systems. Nanion’s products offer the entire experimental range from single channel recordings to HTS-compatible ion channel screening from up to 768 cells in parallel. Allowing 20,000 data points per day, the SyncroPatch 384PE is unrivalled for high throughput and high quality recordings.
Additionally, Nanion provides efficient platforms for transporter protein activity measurements, the SURFE2R instrument portfolio, and impedance-recordings from intact cardiomyocyte networks, the CardioExcyte 96. Nanion now also carries Axion’s MEA systems, the Muse and the Maestro, in Europe and in China.





 
             

NanoTemper Technologies (stand 15)

www.nanotemper-technologies.com

At NanoTemper Technologies, we are passionate about achieving excellence in everything we do. This has made us the partner of choice for thousands of researchers worldwide in pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries as well as in academic settings.

Our collaborative approach, science-driven insights, our high-quality, proprietary instruments and analytical technologies focus on helping researchers make the greatest impact - with maximum speed, efficiency and precision.

A dedicated team of experts operates globally to offer you and your team individual application support and to ensure maximum instrument capability. Wherever you are, regardless of your focus.





 
             

NKT Photonics (stand 21)

www.nktphotonics.com

NKT Photonics is the leading supplier of high performance fiber lasers and photonic crystal fibers. Our main markets are within imaging, sensing and material processing. Our products include OCT imaging systems, pulsed lasers, such as supercontinuum sources, low noise fiber lasers, distributed temperature sensing systems and a wide range of specialty fibers. NKT Photonics has its headquarters in Denmark with sales and service worldwide. NKT Photonics is wholly owned by NKT Holding A/S.





 

             

Oxford Nanoimaging (stand 12)

www.oxfordni.com

Oxford Nanoimaging manufacture and sell the latest generation of single molecule microscopes, capable of super-resolution imaging through localisation techniques.





 

             

Piezoconcept (stand 22)

www.piezoconcept.com

PIEZOCONCEPT is the leading provider of nanopositioners dedicated to applications such as Super Resolution Microscopy, Optical Trapping and Atomic Force Microscopy. Our customers include many leading scientists engaged in leading edge research at world class universities and institutes. We developed a range of ultra-stable nanopositionner able to meet a wide range of microscopy applications with significant advantages over the currently available nanopositionners. As one of our biggest advantages, the sensor we use has exceptionally high signal, leading to picometric stability.





 

             

Springer Nature (stand 30)

www.springernature.com

Springer Nature is one of the world’s leading global research, educational and professional publishers, home to an array of respected and trusted brands providing quality content through a range of innovative products and services. Springer Nature is the world’s largest academic book publisher and numbers almost 13,000 staff in over 50 countries. 




             

TgK Scientific Ltd (stand 11)

www.hi-techsci.com

Specialists in instruments for transient kinetic and rapid mixing methods.




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Key dates

  • Bursaries deadline:

    10 March 2017

  • Poster award deadline:

    24 March 2017

  • Abstract submission deadline:

    24 March 2017

  • Early registration deadline:
    14 April 2017
  • Presenters registration deadline:
    1 May 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    5 July 2017