2014 BITC Symposium
Monday, 4 August, 2014 at the Embassy Suites Hotel, Newark, DE.
This event, hosted by the University of New Hampshire and the University of Delaware, represents the latest research into experimental and theoretical techniques for understanding biomolecular interactions. Much of the work presented focuses on interactions that impact stability and viscosity in formulated biotherapeutic products.
John Champagne, Wyatt's Northeast Regional Manager and Senior Application Scientist, will present a seminar titled:
"From mobility to stability: light scattering solutions for formulating stable biotherapeutics"
See http://www.bitc.unh.edu/bitc/Workshops/workshops.html for more information.
The International Union of Crystallography doesn't meet very often, so make the most of it! Wyatt Technology will hold a free workshop on "The Light Scattering Toolbox for Biomolecular Crystallographers", on August 6, 2014. Taught by Dr. John Champagne, Senior Application Scientist and Wyatt's Northeast Regional Manager, the course will cover three key light scattering techniques of interest to anyone doing crystallography on biomolecules. Click here for IUCr 2014 Workshop Registration.
Yes, it's a huge meeting - so many parallel sessions, so many fascinating topics from which to choose... Still, if you are interested in glycoproteins, don't miss the case study presented by Dr. Dan Some, titled "Characterizing protein glycoconjugates by SEC-UV-MALS-dRI", paper ID 11745, in the symposium on Glycoconjugates: Design, Chemistry, Characterization, and Manufacturing" organized by CARB (the Division of Carbohydrate Chemistry). Dan is Principle Scientist and Director of Marketing at Wyatt Technology.
Time: 10:40 AM (the session begins at 9:00 AM)
Date: August 10, 2014
Place: Laurel Hill Room, InterContinental Hotel, San Francisco, CA