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  • How to convince researchers to join your new lab (over more established ones)

    How to convince researchers to join your new lab (over more established ones)

    Starting a new lab as a principal investigator is an exhilarating endeavor. However, you’re met with an immediate challenge: you have to recruit new members to your lab. Potential members of your...

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  • A guide to drafting an all-star team for your lab

    A guide to drafting an all-star team for your lab

    As a new principal investigator, you now have a leadership role, guiding your lab members toward a common research goal. Each team member may bring their own unique strengths and weaknesses that...

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  • Characterize the true nature of intrinsically disordered proteins without immobilizing them

    Characterize the true nature of intrinsically disordered proteins without immobilizing them

    If you study neurodegenerative diseases (ND), you already know they are one of the most challenging — and fascinating — types of diseases to study. With protein aggregation being a hallmark of ND,...

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  • NanoTemper Technologies launches DLS capability with Prometheus Panta, bringing high-resolution, domain-specific stability characterization

    NanoTemper Technologies launches DLS capability with Prometheus Panta, bringing high-resolution, domain-specific stability characterization

    Prometheus, the new gold standard, now provides clarity to the most challenging stability characterizations

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  • Seven tips to give your grant proposal that extra edge

    Seven tips to give your grant proposal that extra edge

    Grant writing is an important bread-and-butter skill that all principal investigators must develop, as this will ensure your lab gets funded to continue conducting research. Reagents, lab member...

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  • NanoTemper debuts the newly redesigned Monolith, offering higher-quality molecular interaction measurements for very challenging targets

    NanoTemper debuts the newly redesigned Monolith, offering higher-quality molecular interaction measurements for very challenging targets

    PRESS RELEASE South San Francisco, CA. NanoTemper Technologies, well-known for creating biophysical tools that address challenging characterizations, today announced the new Monolith, redesigned...

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  • How to confirm you’ve cooked perfect eggs, using scientific instruments

    How to confirm you’ve cooked perfect eggs, using scientific instruments

    If you’ve been following my cooking and chemistry blog series, I hope you’ve enjoyed recaps of interesting lessons I learned from HarvardX’s course. For my last post in this series, I’m digging...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 5: The Dianthus

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 5: The Dianthus

    Almost as soon as the Monolith launched, the handful of people that made up NanoTemper in those early days huddled around, brainstorming how to translate the technology into a well-based assay....

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 4: The Tycho

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 4: The Tycho

    What would you do if you created a brilliant new invention, but no one knew or understood why they would use it? You know that it would change the way everyone works and lives, but you need to...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 3: The Prometheus

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 3: The Prometheus

    By 2014, NanoTemper had won a slew of awards for the Monolith. Labs throughout Europe were using MST to measure their biological interactions, and the technology was starting to catch on...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 2: The Monolith

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 2: The Monolith

    It’s late at night in Munich, Germany sometime in the late 2000’s. A man huddles in a dimly lit basement, painting. He paints at night after a complaint from the professors upstairs about the...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 1: The Founding

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 1: The Founding

    Think back to your childhood. When people asked you, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” what was your response? At a guess, if everyone did what they said they planned at age four, we’d...

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  • 4 SPR assay problems that can be resolved by improving protein quality

    4 SPR assay problems that can be resolved by improving protein quality

    Surely you’ve found yourself in a research situation where your experimental results left you scratching your head. Any type of lab work will sometimes do that to you, and Surface Plasmon...

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  • NanoTemper opens tech-forward demo facility in Japan showcasing new technology and offering hands-on experience

    NanoTemper opens tech-forward demo facility in Japan showcasing new technology and offering hands-on experience

    Centrally located in the brand-new, swanky Minato Mirai Centre building in Yokohama Minato Mirai, Japan is NanoTemper Technologies’ newest tech-forward demo facility. Opened to support our...

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  • What makes chocolate silky, smooth, and crunchy all at the same time!

    What makes chocolate silky, smooth, and crunchy all at the same time!

    In this six-part blog series, I’ll share interesting and practical cooking insights that I learned from HarvardX’s Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science (chemistry). I’m a...

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  • 5 of our favorite resources for studying protein stability

    5 of our favorite resources for studying protein stability

    Proper assessment of protein stability is not only worthwhile but necessary. Those who carefully evaluate the quality of their protein samples and optimize preparative workflows improve their...

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  • 4 studies highlight the impact of biophysical tools in plant science research

    4 studies highlight the impact of biophysical tools in plant science research

    Plant research paves the way for important advances in agriculture, ecology, and medicine. As an example, discoveries into plant pathogens and plant stress response lead to many incremental...

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  • How to export your data and set export templates in PR.Stability Analysis software

    How to export your data and set export templates in PR.Stability Analysis software

    As you become an expert in analysis with your Prometheus data, you will start to streamline your analysis process. Building large datasets is important for many workflows, whether you work on...

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  • How to get more out of your Prometheus data using Key Parameters in PR.Stability Analysis

    How to get more out of your Prometheus data using Key Parameters in PR.Stability Analysis

    Have you ever found yourself combing through a dozen experiments, sorting through all your data, and trying to draw conclusions? Of course you have! Researchers spend their days alternating...

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  • Compare your datasets with ease using percent similarity profiles in PR.Stability Analysis software

    Compare your datasets with ease using percent similarity profiles in PR.Stability Analysis software

    Developing good scientific research is a long process. You start with a hypothesis, conduct experiments to support it, and draw conclusions from there. But the process is iterative—every question...

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