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Wyatt Technology San Francisco Bay Area Protein & Biotech Users Meeting

20 Feb 2014 - 20 Feb 2014 - Burlingame, CA, USA



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The meeting will host two to three expert speakers, ‘how-to’ sessions presented by Wyatt Application Scientists, updates on our latest products, and small group discussions covering topics such as:  

  • Biophysical characterization
  • Formulation and stability
  • Orthogonal techniques
  • Large aggregates and sub-visible particles
  • Biomolecular interactions
  • SEC-MALS
  • FFF-MALS
  • CG-MALS
  • DLS
  • Electrophoretic mobility

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided during this full day information exchange. The cost will be $100 for the full day meeting. Open LSU credits may be used as well in lieu of LSU. Full agenda with confirmed speakers will be posted soon.

Who should attend?
Active users of Wyatt Technology's light scattering instruments working in biophysical characterization, protein formulation, biomolecular interactions and related fields

Wyatt instrument users in the biopharma or biotech industries as well as academic groups seeking to engage with regional colleagues with similar analytical challenges



Further information
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