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Introducing high-end Imaging Systems from Vilber

In this webinar, we will introduce the Fusion fluorescence and chemiluminescence systems manufactured by Vilber.  

The Fusion systems are the ideal modular, multimodal imaging platforms designed for molecular biology laboratories. The application spectrum covers Chemiluminescence, multicolour fluorescence from UV to infrared and all applications in gel documentation.

The advanced technology used in the Fusion Systems results in the most sensitive instruments in the market,  combined with an unmatched ease-of-use. It comes with a license free software for image editing and quantification.

 

VILBER is a leading life science company developing and manufacturing fluorescence and chemiluminescence imaging systems for applications ranging from small animal to cell biology research. Founded in 1954, Vilber is a leader in the molecular imaging sector, equipping more than 20,000 laboratories worldwide. An estimated 60,000 researchers use their products every day in over 100 countries.

Presenters

  • Alexis Frances | Application Specialist @ Vilber
  • Dr. Tim Hander | Area Sales Manager @ Witec

Fast, Gentle and Easy Single Cell Isolation

Single cell sorting and isolation has traditionally been a bottleneck in the workflows for single cell cloning, single cell genomics, rare cell isolation, synthetic biology and other applications. Existing techniques such as fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS) often leads to compromised cell viability and poor outgrowth, contamination, clogging, in addition to the operational complexity and high maintenance requirement, while manual limiting dilution is inefficient, unreliable and highly labor-intensive. As such, there has been an urgent need for fast and easy single cell dispensing technology that is at the same time gentle to the cells and can preserve their viability and integrity. There is also a need for quick sorting of tens of thousands of cells for single cell genomics, such as sample prep for 10x Genomics workflow.

In this presentation, the speaker will discuss an innovative technology to address these needs. It combines the benefits of three key technologies: microfluidics, flow cytometry and liquid dispensing. The unique combination of these techniques enables users to accomplish single cell sorting and dispensing in one step, providing fast, easy and gentle sorting and isolation of single cells. This will simplify and empower a number of single cell applications, including cell line development, single cell genomics and proteomics, cell line engineering and CRISPR, monoclonal antibody development, synthetic biology, and rare cell isolation such as circulating tumor cells (CTCs) and circulating fetal cells.

Register for this webinar to discover how this technology can help optimize a single cell workflow and deliver desired results.

Presenter: John Lee, Applications Scientist | Namocell

Date & Time

07.10.2021
19.00 pm CH time (1pm EDT)

Introducing NGB-R, a multimodal & high-end 4D Bioprinting System from Poietis

Watch this webinar to learn more about a state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind, disruptive 4D bioprinting technology from Poietis:

  • Short Introduction Witec AG by Dr. Tim Hander
  • Introduction of the Bioprinting System by Antoine Jacquot - Poietis
  • Application focus - soft tissue models, 4D bioprinting, organoids, chips/devices by Dr. Mikael Garcia - Poietis
  • Workflow – instrument operating in details by Antoine Jacquot - Poietis

The NGB-R platform integrates automation and robotics, numerous online sensors, and machine-learning based analysis software. In addition, it integrates all bioprinting techniques (laser-assisted bioprinting, bioextrusion, and micro-valve bioprinting), a world’s first in the bioprinting market.

Focusing on a cytocentric approach, tissues grow in a more natural environment, leading to proper morphogenesis and predictable biological processes, including cell differentiation, migration, multiplication, and metabolic processes.

Presenters

  • Antoine Jacquot | Sales Manager Poietis
  • Dr. Mikael Garcia | Business Application Manager Poietis
  • Dr. Tim Hander | Product Specialist Genomics & Single Cell Technologies Witec

The next generation of biomolecular characterization: automation powered by digital microfluidics

  • Looking to take your lab automation to the next level?
  • Looking to improve success rates, reduce development time, and go-to-market faster?
  • Looking to increase throughput capabilities and reduce costs?

Learn how, Alto, the world’s first digital benchtop SPR instrument powered by microfluidics and AI can help you address all the above. Alto uses 2uL sample volume, has zero maintenance, and produces industry-leading data quality.

Date & Time

30.10.2020
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Webinar: New for NanoDrop: 21 CFR Part 11 & Distinguishing DNA from RNA

This year, the NanoDrop One spectrophotometer has received two major updates – features that allow 21 CFR Part 11 compliance and the ability to distinguish DNA from RNA.

Join us while we explore how electronic signatures, audit trails, and user account access have been incorporated into the NanoDrop One platform using the Thermo Scientific Security Suite software. You’ll also learn how the Thermo Scientific Acclaro Sample Intelligence Technology algorithms have been updated to identify RNA contamination in DNA and DNA contamination in RNA.

Key learning objectives

  • Compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 doesn't have to be difficult
  • How to integrate your NanoDrop One into software that allows for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance
  • How to distinguish between DNA and RNA using UV/Vis spectroscopy

Who should attend?

  • Molecular biologists working with nucleic acids and proteins in their research
  • Researchers who perform qPCR tests
  • Biopharmaceutical research and quality control labs

Certificate of attendance

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, and a learning outcomes summary document for continuing education purposes.

Date & Time

24.09.2020
16.00 hrs. Swiss time

OpenSPR Nicoya - which binding technique is optimal for your research?

About the Event

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted research worldwide, causing many scientists to put their projects on hold. As labs and facilities begin to slowly open up again, many of us are asking where to go from here. Whether it be planning your next big breakthrough or that side project you've had in the back of your mind, it's important to have the right tools to get the data you need. And with so many innovations in biomolecular technology, it's common to find yourself unsure of which techniques are best suited for your research.

To help you navigate the many biomolecular interaction techniques available as a researcher, Nicoya has put together this webinar to dive into which technique best suits the direction of your projects. Nicoya will be discussing the importance of binding interaction data and providing an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of multiple techniques. If you have ever done co-immunoprecipitation or western blots, or considered working with ITC, MST, BLI, or SPR, this is a perfect opportunity to understand which technique is the best fit for your projects.

You'll Learn How to

  • Why reviewers are looking for binding data in publications
  • What technique best suits your research
  • An overview of Co-IPs, MST, ITC, BLI and SPR
  • Newest advancements in biomolecular characterization methods

Nicoya will be showcasing the strengths of common binding techniques and helping you understand which technique you need for your next publication. It is the perfect opportunity to learn about new technologies and how to make the most out of your resources that are available to you!

Date & Time

12.08.2020
19.00 - 19.30 hrs.

Be Gentle With Your Cells - Optimizing Your Cell Line Development Workflows

In this webinar we will discuss and compare several single cell isolation techniques including manual limiting dilution, flow cytometry and Namocell's unique single cell dispenser.

The results of single cell cloning using all three techniques with several different cell lines will be shared.

We will demonstrate the advantages of using an automated gentle single cell isolation instrument can improve overall cloning workflows.

Presenter:

  • Michael Brem - Senior Scientist - Cell Line Development @Cytovance Biologics Inc.
  • Abe Couse - VP Marketing and Business Development @Namocell inc.

Date & Time

16.06.2020
19.00 Switzerland time
(10 am Pacific time)

Fast and Gentle Single Cell Isolation on Your Benchtop

Join Namocell for an informative talk providing an overview of Namocell's single cell dispensers

and explanation of their benefits over conventional approaches to single cell isolation.

They will also demonstrate their use in several single cell application workflows.

Date & Time

09.06.2020
19.00 Switzerland time
(10 am Pacific time)

Protein Sample Evaluation using the NanoDrop™ One UV Vis Spectrophotometer

On September 18th, 2018 at 4pm (EDT)

you have the opportunity to join the online event

"Protein Sample Evaluation using the NanoDrop™ One UV Vis Spectrophotometer"

Presenter:

Voula Kodoyianni, PhD, MS
Product Marketing Manager | UV-Vis and Fluorescence Instruments | Thermo Fisher Scientific

We know from VOC that 83% of our customers quantify proteins with a spectrophotometer at least once per week. There is a lot of helpful information in this webinar for scientists who work with proteins. Concepts covered and clarified are:

  • Protein mass extinction coefficients vs molar extinction coefficients
  • Blank vs background correction
  • How to use “sample type options”
  • “Good” and “bad” buffers for protein A280
  • How to customize their instrument using the Protein Editor and Dye Editor
  • How the Proteins and Labels application quantifies both the carrier protein and the FLR label
  • and more...

If you are interested, please register online.

Date & Time

18.09.2018
16.00 am (EDT)

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