Research Grants

Nanion Research Grant Initiatives 

The Nanion Research Grant Initiative is aimed at helping researchers and scientists explore their exciting projects by limiting the associative bureaucratic hurdles such as funding and internal resources. Imagine being able to start and/or continue a new project which you always wanted to do but couldn't pursue because of lack of time, money, or resources? Well now you can!

The Grant Recipient(s) will receive:

  • Instruments suitable for Electrophysiological Application Areas
  • Consumables 
  • On-going consultation throughout your investigation 



SyncroPatch 2020 High-End Instrument Grant
Grant Recipient: Prof. Dr. Angelika Lampert (Uniklinik RWTH Aachen) & Dr. Fernanda Laezza (University of Texas Medical Branch, Gulf Coast Consortia Mental Health Research Cluster)


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FLEXcyte 96 Research Grant
Grant Recipient: Associate Professor Andrea Barbuti & Professor Laurie A. Boyer


icon sp96  SyncroPatch 384i Research Grant

2020 - Research Grant Recipient

Meet Angelika Lampert [ Video Announcement ]

Watch the Full Announcement Here

2020 - Research Grant Recipient

Meet Fernanda Laezza [ Video Announcement ]

Watch the Full Announcement Here


Icon FLEX  FLEXcyte 96 Research Grant

2020 - Research Grant Recipient

Meet Andrea Barbuti [ Video Announcement ]
Associate Professor - Università degli Studi di Milano


Watch the Full Announcement Here 

2020 - Research Grant Recipient

Meet Laurie A. Boyer [ Video Announcement ]
Professor - Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Watch the Full Announcement Here 

Icon N1  SURFE²R N1 Research Grants

2019 - Research Grant Recipient
Prof. Dr. Camilo Perez
Biozentrum - University of Basel, Switzerland
Read His Testimonial Here

2019 - Research Grant Recipient
Prof. Dr. Dimitrios Fotiadis
Institut für Biochemie und Molekulare Medizin - University of Bern, Switzerland
Read His Testimonial Here

2018 - Research Grant Recipient
Prof. Dr. Randy Stockbridge, Assistant Professor
University of Michigan, USA
Download the Case Study Here

2018 - Research Grant Recipient
Nathan Thomas
5th Year PhD student at University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA (Dr. Henzler-Wildman's lab)

Icon N1  “We started collaborating with Nanion after receiving the Nanion´s SURFE²R N1 grant in 2018. The SURFE²R N1 has generated terrific functional data from the very first day it was installed in our lab. In general, it's very reliable and easy to use. Also, whenever we have run into issues or had questions about results, Nanion has provided prompt and helpful support”

  

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