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23rd Annual International Light Scattering Colloquium

22 Oct 2012 - 23 Oct 2012 - Santa Barbara, CA, USA



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Wyatt Technology is pleased to announce that it is hosting its 23rd Annual International Light Scattering Colloquium (ILSC). At this year’s ILSC, Wyatt plans to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a series of presentations from industry leaders across a wide range of application areas.

Featured sessions include:

• Dr. Adrian Apetri, Crucell “Life in a Pharmaceutical Company Before and After Light Scattering"
• Dr. Tapan Das, Pfizer Inc. "Predicting Aggregation Trend in Protein Therapeutics: Role of Biophysical Methods"
• Dr. Stefan Fischer, F. Hoffman-La Roche Ltd. “Challenges in the Development of Protein Formulations”
• Professor Stephen Harding, University of Nottingham "MALS - A Success Story in Glycopolymer Research"
• Professor Axel Mueller, University of Bayreuth “Self-Organized Multicompartment Nanostructures From New Triblock Terpolymers"
• Professor Andre Nel, University of California Los Angeles "Use of Nanomaterial Libraries and Their Characterization to Understand the Potential Environmental Impact of This Technology"
• Professor Christopher Roberts, University of Delaware "Probing Protein Aggregation Mechanisms and Revisiting Protein-Protein Interactions from 'Low' to 'High' Concentrations"
• Dr. Peter Schuck, National Institutes of Health “Protein Refractive Index Increments and the Structure and Function of Gamma Crystallin”
For more information or to register, please contact Lindsey East at marketing@wyatt.com or call +1 805 681 9009 ext 210.

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