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We are excited to host the first ever Mass Photometry Symposium and User Meeting, in partnership with the Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery at the University of Oxford.

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Event : 14 June 2022
Registration deadline: 31 May 2022

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Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery, University of Oxford

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Presentations, posters, live tech demos
 

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Prizes for best posters and best talks
 

The meeting centres around mass photometry, a revolutionary bioanalytical method that enables the accurate mass measurement of single molecules in solution, in their native state and without the need for labels. This approach opens up new possibilities for bioanalytics and research into the functions of biomolecules.

Event Schedule

The one day meeting will feature presentations from Refeyn’s applications team, the Kavli Institute and current mass photometry users across different research disciplines.  If you want to learn about mass photometry and how it could advance your research you can have a chat with our team of applications experts and watch our instruments in action. For current mass photometry users we will also host roundtable discussions and poster presentations. Show off your work for a chance to win a best poster or talk prize.

Generously sponsored by

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Venue details

Follow the gated access to the Sherrington Road from Parks Road, follow Dorothy Hodgkin Road towards the right and look for Oxford's most colourful building.

 

Address:

Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin Building
South Parks Rd OX1 3QU
T: +44 (01865 613200
E: info@kavl inano.ox.ac.uk

W: www.kavlinano.ox.ac.uk

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BY BUS 

From Oxford Train Station:
ST2 - towards John Radcliffe Hospital from Frideswide Square (STOP R7)

OXFORD City Centre:
ST1 - towards Harwell Campus from Broad Street

ST2 - towards John Radcliffe Hospital from George Street (STOP B3)

BY TAXI

Request to be dropped off on Parks Road, right after the National History
Museum and / or before the University Parks.

Walk into the gated access towards the Sherrington Road. Turn right to Dorothy Hodgkin Road and the main entrance will be on your left hand side.

BY CAR

Due to current road works on Hinshelwood Road, you should only
access the Kavli Institute via Parks Road.

Guest parking is highly limited. Please contact your host department for a pre-agreed permit


 

Register to attend

Registration is free – all you have to do is fill in the form below to let us know you are attending.
All registered attendees / speakers will be contacted after May 30th with further details.

Poster and Presentation Information

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