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  • NanoTemper’s Monolith wins top global design award: iF DESIGN AWARD 2021

    NanoTemper’s Monolith wins top global design award: iF DESIGN AWARD 2021

    NanoTemper’s newest Monolith instrument has been awarded the globally renowned iF DESIGN AWARD 2021. User-friendly design has always been a core focus in NanoTemper’s product development....

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  • Is your screening campaign stuck? 3 signs that it’s time to look for an alternative biophysical technology

    Is your screening campaign stuck? 3 signs that it’s time to look for an alternative biophysical technology

    Most labs dedicated to drug discovery — in big pharma, biopharma, or CROs — make it a priority to have an adequate lineup of instruments for their screening campaigns. They decide on what...

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  • Are you building an effective protein degrader? 4 questions to ask yourself to find out

    Are you building an effective protein degrader? 4 questions to ask yourself to find out

    Protein degraders are getting a lot of attention for being a new and promising modality to treat diseases such as cancer or Alzheimer’s disease. Rather than inhibiting the function of a protein,...

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  • NanoTemper Technologies teams up with PharmAI to help researchers spot game-changing drug candidates from millions of possibilities

    NanoTemper Technologies teams up with PharmAI to help researchers spot game-changing drug candidates from millions of possibilities

    NanoTemper Technologies and PharmAI combine competencies to develop biophysical tools that remove costly and time-consuming guesswork from large datasets. PRESS RELEASE MUNICH, Germany, 24 March...

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  • Follow these 7 tips when pipetting small volumes to get consistent assay results

    Follow these 7 tips when pipetting small volumes to get consistent assay results

    If you’ve ever had to pipette really small volumes, such as what is required in 384-well plates, you’re definitely familiar with the frustrations that come along with it. The concentration alone...

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  • 4 crowdsourced projects that are unraveling the protein folding mystery

    4 crowdsourced projects that are unraveling the protein folding mystery

    As the folding of a protein is intimately linked to its function, more insight into the principles behind protein folding and the correct foldedness of proteins leads to better understanding of...

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  • 6  protein degradation conferences in 2021 you can’t afford to miss

    6 protein degradation conferences in 2021 you can’t afford to miss

    Conferences in 2021 will gather scientists and experts eager to discuss new discoveries in the emerging field of targeted protein degradation (TPD). Many transcription factors, scaffold proteins,...

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  • What is Dynamic Light Scattering (and 4 reasons it’s useful for protein research)

    What is Dynamic Light Scattering (and 4 reasons it’s useful for protein research)

    Any researcher looking to better understand their protein’s behavior can benefit from the information provided by Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS). Here’s an overview of DLS and how it’s useful for...

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  • How to plan for the next steps after your grant submission

    How to plan for the next steps after your grant submission

    Federal grants serve as the bread and butter for funding most, if not all, academic research labs. To write grant proposals and finally submit them is no trivial task. These generally take months...

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  • Can bioanalytical tools solve your neurodegenerative disease research challenges? 4 questions to ask yourself

    Can bioanalytical tools solve your neurodegenerative disease research challenges? 4 questions to ask yourself

    Despite extensive efforts, neurodegenerative diseases (ND) continue to feel like a pharmaceutical frontier. We have yet to see any effective drugs for conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s,...

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  • 3 case studies on how to characterize challenging drug discovery targets — membrane proteins, peptide libraries, and PROTACs

    3 case studies on how to characterize challenging drug discovery targets — membrane proteins, peptide libraries, and PROTACs

    A caveat to a successful pharmaceutical industry in which many effective drugs have already been discovered is the notion that the high hanging fruits left unpicked come in the form of challenging...

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  • How Amgen looks at stability characterization to boost the success of biologics candidates

    How Amgen looks at stability characterization to boost the success of biologics candidates

    Biologic drugs have been incredibly successful in terms of both medical achievement and profitability. Many of these are recombinant proteins and antibodies that treat a myriad of conditions...

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  • The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 6: The Prometheus Panta

    The NanoTemper Story – Chapter 6: The Prometheus Panta

    Take a moment to consider what it would have been like to be a researcher in your field a hundred, fifty, or even twenty years ago. The technology that enables us to make scientific progress is...

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  • What to consider before accepting an offer to start your lab

    What to consider before accepting an offer to start your lab

    Starting your own lab is a very exciting and rewarding opportunity. And, even if you are still early in your research career but are considering becoming a PI in the future, it wouldn’t hurt to...

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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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