When: 11.05.-12.05.2023, from 8:00 AM until 5:30 PM each day. Venue: The Battery Wharf Boston Waterfront, Boston, MA 02109, United States Join us at the Nanion User Meeting in Boston Massachusetts Over the years, Nanion has grown and built a community constituted by our customers and collaborators (that also became our friends) that join us […]
We bring you demonstrations of a selection of instruments on the virtual reality space.
When: 14. – 17.03.2023 Venue: Escandilles Villages Vacances in Autrans-Méaudre in the “Parc Naturel Régional” of the Vercors. Austrans, France. Go to the Conference website here Meet Dr. Conrad Weichbrodt Join Dr. Conrad Weichbrodt (Senior Scientist / Product Manager Orbit family) who will be showcasing our Orbit technology at the booth. Synopsis of the GEM […]
When: 16. – 18.03.2023 Venue: Deutsches Zentrum für Herzinsuffizienz Würzburg (DZHI) Universitätsklinikum Würzburg Am Schwarzenberg 15, Haus A15 97078 Würzburg Go to the Conference website here Meet Dr. Elena Dragicevic and Martin Ziller Join Dr. Elena Dragicevic (Senior Sales and Alliance Manager), and Martin Ziller (Development Engineer) at booth # to learn more about our […]
When: 19.-23.03.2023 Venue: Nashville Music City Center in downtown Nashville, Tennesse Join us at the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo Visit us at booth #543 and meet Ronald Knox (Nanion Senior Business Executive) and our friends from innoVitro at the SOT meeting and learn about AtlaZ hepatotox-screening on FCDI hepatocytes. Information about the poster […]
When: 27. – 28.03.2023 Venue: Hinxton Hall, Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge. Go to the Conference website here Meet Dr. Alison Obergrussberger and Dr. Elena Dragicevic Join Alison Obergrussberger (Scientific Communication Manager), and Elena Dragicevic (Senior Sales and Alliance Manager) at booth #2 to learn how our technology can help you accelerate your research. Nanion will be […]
When: 30. – 31.03.2023 Venue: Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Hermann-Rodewald-Straße 5, 24118 Kiel Go to the Conference website here Nanion Workshop Title: “Measure More Membrane” What will you learn? To do Patch-Clamp Recordings and the usage of Pharmacological Modulators. Understand how to interpret Data in physiological context. When: TBD Hosts: – Markus Rapedius, Nanion Technologies – […]
When: 24.05.2023 Venue: Zoom (this is a virtual symposium) Join us at the Cardiac Safety Symposium 2023 After its success in 2021, we are back with the Cardiac Safety Symposium where you can learn about newest insights on current challenges in safety pharmacology, cardiac physiology, electrophysiology and contractility assessments of stem cell-derived and native […]
When: 25.02 – 01.03.2023 Venue: San Diego Convention Center, 111 W Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101 Go to the Conference website here Live demos everyday- Visit us at booth #1303! Meet us Meet Wyatt Hall and Tim Strassmeier Join Nanion Director of Sales (USA), Wyatt Hall, and Director of Scientific Operations (USA), Dr. […]
When: 18. – 22.02.2023 Venue: San Diego Convention Center, 111 W Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101 Go to the Conference website here Live demos everyday- Visit us at booth #529! Nanion Exhibitor Presentation Attend our symposium: Title: Need for speed: No limits for automated electrophysiology Monday, February 20th 2023, 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM Room […]
When: 17. – 18.02.2023 Venue: Yayoi Auditorium, The University of Tokyo, Ichijo Hall 113-0033Bunkyo7-3-1 Hongo Go to the Conference website here. Meet the Nanion Team in Japan Visit us at Booth H for networking and learn more about our products. Our Team will be present with FLEXcyte 96, Port-a-Patch mini, Orbit mini and the Vesicle Prep Pro. If you […]
When: 16. – 17.02.2023 Venue: University of Zurich. Campus Irchel. Winterthurerstrasse 190, 8057, Zurich. Go to the Conference website here Nanion Presentation Join us for the Industry talk at the Parallell Symposia Session II: “Understanding the Role of Ion Channels and Membrane Transporters in Cardiac and Renal Diseases” Friday, February 17th 2023, 10:20 AM – 12:05 […]
We demonstrate for the first time successful recordings of all expected ion channel currents and action potentials from freshly isolated mammalian atrial and ventricular cardiomyocytes on the SyncroPatch 384.
The SyncroPatch 384 has been installed at the MBExC Cluster of Excellence at the University Medical Centre Göttingen (UMG).
From a logic gate for ultrafast electronics to miniaturized optical data links – Nano Innovation Award 2022 Munich, Germany, July 22nd 2022: LMU Center for NanoScience and four spin-off companies jointly honor innovative PhD students Three PhD students from Erlangen, Würzburg and Munich were honored this year with the Nano Innovation Award. The prize for […]
SyncroPatch 384 instrument has been installed at the FDA
Nanion is pleased to announce the launch of the SyncroPatch 384.
Assessing preclinical cardiac contractility without animal use
This video shows the CardioExcyte 96, a hybrid system recording both impedance and electrophysiology (extracellular field potential, EFP) from intact iPSC-derived cardiomyocyte networks.
Nanion announces the partnership with NEXEL Co., Ltd.
Nanion is pleased to announce the launch of the Port-a-Patch mini
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This video looks into external solution exchange and compound addition on the SyncroPatch 384PE and SyncroPatch 384i.
This Igor video tutorial for Patchliner data analysis demonstrates how concentration-response curves are quickly displayed and analyzed.
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The Orbit mini is a miniaturized bilayer workstation for recording from 4 bilayers simultaneously. Watch how to prepare membranes for the Orbit mini: 1. Take e.g. a 10 μl Eppendorf pipette (small white tip) 2. Cover the tip with lipids by dipping it into the lipid stock solution without aspirating any of it. Due to […]