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Attana (QCM) Biosensor Networking Meeting

Join us at the Attana (QCM) Biosensor Networking Meeting event at the University of Westminster on June 13th, 2016.

Stockholm, April 18th, 2016 – Welcome to the University of Westminster on June 13th, 2016 for a FREE 1-day event bringing together leading scientists and Attana users.

Quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) biosensors, such as the Attana systems, allow the study of drug-target interactions and are an important tool in the drug discovery pipeline.

Biomolecules ranging from proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates to lipids and moieties of vastly different sizes, from peptides to cells can be studied using QCM. This versatile technology has many applications and has been used in applications ranging from cancer therapies to nanotechnologies and more recently to study drug interactions at the cell surface.

During the event you will learn about some of the recent applications and developments by expert users of the Attana Biosensor equipment. The day will include presentations showcasing research from users in academia and industry. There will be round table discussions on different applications of the technology.

This is a chance for you to network with experienced users and to learn about potential applications of the QCM technology. This event will provide a great opportunity for existing and potential users to share ideas and to consider possible collaborative ventures.

To facilitate the networking opportunities, delegates are encouraged to bring posters outlining their research interests.

To register please go to: Attana Network Event Registration

To learn more about Attana contract research services and our label free cell-based biosensors, please visit or contact our sales department,

About Attana:

Attana was founded in 2002 with the vision of in-vitro characterization of molecular interactions mimicking in-vivo conditions. Since then, Attana has developed proprietary label free biosensors for biochemical, crude, sera and cell-based assays. Attana’s products and research services are used by Big Pharma, biotech companies and academic institutions within the life sciences. Attana Movie