6 – 14 May 2024 (Melbourne/ Brisbane/ Sydney)

Characterising Nanoparticles, EVs and exosomes is now quicker, easier and more accurate.

ATA Scientific hosted a special NTA workshop. Both new and existing users of NanoSight instruments were invited to expand their skills and knowledge on sample preparation and data analysis particularly when working with challenging samples.

Topics discussed: 

  • An introduction to the principles of NTA technology
  • Tips and tricks on how to generate quality data
  • A range of applications will be discussed (EVs, LNPs, fluorescence)
  • New NanoSight Pro and Xplorer software demo
  • Local researchers who currently use this technique are invited to present their work to enable further collaborative learning and sharing of ideas
  • Afternoon training session: opportunity to discuss specific experimental set-up and data analysis in a group session with our application specialist Dr Yu-Su Chen, MalvernPanalytical (UK).

The new NanoSight Pro is powered by machine learning and a blend of smart features, meaning it is now faster, easier to use and with higher sensitivity to accurately distinguish between subtypes of EVs and analyse their functional relevance – all in matter of minutes with minimal sample preparation. Watch remote demo here.

If you missed us please contact us – book an appointment and use the NanoSight Pro system yourself!

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6th May 2024 Melbourne Deakin University, KA3.203 9am-4pm
7th May 2024 Melbourne RMIT University, Oxford Scholar Level 1 9am-4pm
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13th May 2024 Brisbane UQ QBI, Extracellular Vesicles in Neurodegenerative Diseases (EViND) symposium Book online
14th May 2024 Sydney UNSW, Chemical Sciences building, (F10), Seminar room G37 9am-4pm
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