Nanion Technologies
10. - 15.07.2016 | Ion Channels Gordon Research Conference

Location: Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, USA 

Andrea Brüggemann from Nanion is delighted to meet you. She will present the newest developments and applications of Nanion's products on ion channels and transporters.

Visit her poster: "EXCITING NEW WAYS IN MEASURING ION CHANNELS" on Monday the 11th of July.

If you have any questions there will be enough time to discuss your needs and wishes, also over a pint of beer.

Do not miss the symposium on "New Ion Channels / New Functions for Ion Channels" on Thursday at 7:30 - 9:30 pm in which Andrea will lead the discussion.

Go to the conference website here.

 

11.07. - 13.07.2016 | ISC 2016 Towards a New Era of Cardiovascular Research

Conference Venue: Akio Suzuki Memorial Hall, Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) M&D tower 2F, 1-5-45, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8510

Meet Sonja Stölzle-Feix from Nanion presenting data from Nanion's automated impedance system.

Come and learn more about Nanion's CardioExcyte96.

Title of Sonjas talk: IMPEDANCE, EXTRACELLULAR FIELD POTENTIAL AND AUTOMATED PATCH CLAMP RECORDINGS OF IPS CARDIOMYOCYTES.

 Go to the conference website here.

15.07.2016 | 2nd Nanion Workshop (JP): Electrical physiology of iPS cells differentiated cardiomyocytes

Venue: Nanion Technologies Tokyo site

Meet our Japanese team and Sonja Stölzle-Feix from Nanion headquarters.

The Workshop will be supported by Takara Bio Cellartis Clontech. During the workshop iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes will be shown on the CardioExcyte 96 and Port-a-Patch.

Learn more about the CardioExcyte 96, SyncroPatch 384PE and Port-a-Patch.

Download the Workshop flyer here for more information.

29. - 31.07.2016 | Physiology

Conference Venue: Convention Centre Dublin, Ireland

Meet Alison Obergrussberger at the Conference.

Alison will present a poster: "CHARACTERIZATION OF STEM CELL-DERIVED CARDIOMYOCYTES USING COMPLEMENTARY TECHNIQUES: AUTOMATED PATCH CLAMP, IMPEDANCE AND EFP".

Do not miss the key note lecture of Prof. Chris Miller on Sunday 30th of July (11:45-12:45) in "The Liffey B" room. He succeeded in measuring very small channels (3-6 pS) on the Orbit Mini and will present his data. 

Nanion is pleased to sponsor the afternoon session: "Novel approaches to probe the molecular function of ion channels from the nicotinic superfamily" (Sunday 31 July 14:30 - 16:00, Liffey Hall 1, First Floor)

Go to the conference website here.

09. - 12.08.2016 | 3rd Conference on Impedance-Based Cellular Assays

Conference Venue: University of Regensburg, Am Biopark 11, Germany

Meet Krizstina Juhasz and Gesa Rascher-Eggstein at the Conference.

Gesa will give a talk about the newest results on the CardioExcyte 96.

Go to the conference website here.