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Press Releases

17.07.2015 | From fundamental research to applications - CeNS Innovation Award 2015 for junior nanoscientists

censaw 200MUNICH, GERMANY, July 17 2015 -- On July 17, the CeNS Innovation Award was awarded at the Center for Nanoscience (LMU Munich) for the first time. One PhD student and one Master student received the award for their innovative work in application-oriented nanoscience. The awardees were selected by a top-class jury including amongst others Prof. Dr. Krubasik, president of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. The award is worth € 9.000.

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10.06.2015 | Team from Germany and France find new biological pore for polymer sizing

FREIBURG, GERMANY and CERGY, FRANCE, June 10, 2015 -- In pioneering work carried out a decade ago in a collaboration between Oleg Krasilnikov and John J. Kasianowicz and coworkers, sizing of non-ionic synthetic polymers has been described as one of the most promising applications, besides DNA-sequencing, of ionic sensing with biological nanopores. In fact, only one type of nanopore and only one type of polymer has been used to demonstrate this principle, also called nanopore-based single molecule mass spectrometry (Np-SMMS): alpha-hemolysin, a heptameric beta.-barrel toxin from staph. aureus was used to establish the size distribution of polydisperse mixtures of poly(ethyleneglycol) (PEG).

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31.03.2015 | Nanion Technologies Appoints James Costantin as Director of Customer Relations

Jim V2LIVINGSTON, NJ, USA, March 31, 2015 -- Nanion is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. James Costantin as Director of Customer Relations at Nanion Technologies Inc. Dr. Costantin has a solid and highly impressive track record in customer relation management, in-depth knowledge of ion channel drug discovery, and over 12 years of technical expertise with automated electrophysiology platforms.

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10.02.2015 | Cardiac Researchers at National Heart Centre Singapore Acquire First SyncroPatch 384/768PE in Asia

MUNICH, GERMANY, February 10, 2015 -- The SyncroPatch 384/768PE is an advanced robotic screening platform that is used to investigate the effects of chemical compounds and toxins on ion channel function. The instrument supports high quality recordings from up to 768 cells simultaneously, allowing high throughput screening of ligand- and voltage-gated ion channels expressed in cell lines, stem cells or patient-derived cells.

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