Nanion Technologies
16. - 21.07.2017 | Nanopore Conference

Venue: Campus Ring 1, Jacobs University of Bremen, Germany

Our collaboration partner IONERA Technologies GmbH will showcase lipid bilayer measurements on the Orbit Mini and Orbit 16 allowing the investigation of incorporated ion channels and pores.
Gerhard Baaken, Ekaterina Zaitseva from IONERA, as well as Jiajun Wang from the University of Bremen are looking forward to meeting you.

- - LIVE DEMONSTRATION WITH YOUR PROTEIN - -

Please feel free to bring your own protein for some live lipid bilayer recordings on the Orbit devices.
If you intend to bring your own protein, we can provide further information on how to prepare it for optimal performance in advance!
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Do not miss to visit the Ionera's poster entitled 'Membrane arrays for nanopores'.
Download the abstract here.

Go to the Conference website here.

16. - 20.07.2017 | 19th IUPAB congress and 11th EBSA congress

Venue: Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Edinburgh, UK

Andre Bazzone & Conrad Weichbrodt are looking forward to meeting you at our booth #4.

Andre will give an oral presentation:

"An emerging technique for the characterization of transport proteins: SSM-based electrophysiology",
in session 5 (S21) on Wednesday, 19th of July, 9:55 AM: "Membrane permeation: transporters
Download the abstract here.

Conrad will present two posters: 

"Simplifying artificial bilayer experiments: Single-molecule experiments on micro-cavity arrays".
Download the abstract here.

"Controlling the activity pattern of the neuronal network by activation and silencing of specific neurons via light and temperature using the microelectrode array technology"
Download the abstract here.

Go to the Conference website here.

27. - 28.07.2017 | Nanion-TWMU Ion Channel Forum 2017

Venue: 

Thursday 27th July (Reception Dinner):
KEIO PLAZA HOTEL TOKYO, Shinjyuku

Friday 28th of July (Workshop):
ABMES Conference Room(02N501), TWIns 2F
Institute of Advanced Biomedical Engineering and Science
Tokyo Women's Medical University
2-2 Wakamatsu-cho, Shinjyuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0056
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"Confirmed Speakers:

  • Dr. Ryo Matsumoto

Pharmacological Group, Pharmaceutical Research Department, Biological Research Laboratories, NISSAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES. LTD.

  • Katsuhisa Matsuura, M.D., Ph.D.

Institute of advanced Biomedical engineering and sciences, Tokyo Woman's Medical University

  • Sayo Suzuki, Ph.D.

Division of Pharmaceutical Care Sciences, Center for Social Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care Sciences, Keio University

  • Dr. Ayumi Hirano-Iwata

Advanced Institute for Materials Research(AIMR), Tohoku University Reserch Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University

  • Toshikazu Nishie, Ph.D.

CMD Center, TAKARA BIO INC.

  • Dr. Takuji Yamaguchi

Charles River Laboratories Japan, Inc.

  • Dr. Niels Fertig

Founder and CEO Nanion Technologies, Nanion Technologies GmbH

  • Dr. Sonja Stoelzle-Feix

Director, Scientific Affairs, Nanion Technologies GmbH

And more ! 
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Download the informative flyer here.

Send an e-mail to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to register.

06. - 10.08.2017 | 10th International Biomedical Transporters Conference

Venue: Olympic Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland

Andre Bazzone is looking forward to meeting you at the Conference.

Andre will give an oral presentation and present a poster:

"An emerging technique for the characterization of transport proteins: SSM-based electrophysiology",
Download the abstract here.

Go to the Conference website here.

23. - 27.09.2017 | SPS Annual Meeting

Venue: Maritim Hotel Berlin, Germany

Niels Fertig and his team is looking forward to meeting you at our booth #206.

 On Sunday 24th September, 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM we organize a SPS Satellite Symposium in the Maritim Hotel Salon 15 / Paris (1st floor).

Title: HTS In Cardiac Safety

Eventbrite SPS Nanion Symposium Image

 The Symposium is free to attend.

Register here.

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Confirmed speaker:

Said el Haou, Metrion Biosciences: „In depth profiling of human iPSC-CM – from electrophysiology to phenotypic assays"

Matt Burnham, AstraZeneca: „Impedance and field potential in 3D: cardiomyocyte co-culture spheroids and the CardioExcyte96 platform"

Takasuna Kiyoshi, Daiichi Sankyo/ Novare: „Comprehensive in vitro cardiac safety assessment using human stem cell technology (CSAHi: HEART initiative) -The second stage"

Teun de Boer, University of Utrecht: „Dynamic clamping on a Patchliner: adding virtual IK1 channels to cardiomyocytes"

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Go to the Conference website here.