Where to meet Silantes in 2019


We are exhibiting at various conferences, meetings and events to be close to our customers and partners. Come and visit us!


Conferences 2019
Conference schedule is subject to change.




For more information, visit https://ushupo.org/

Washington D.C. (USA) from March 3 - March 6

The US HUPO annual conference has established itself as a highly valued contribution to the interdisciplinary scientific field of proteomics, with a particular focus on current technologies in the field and their application to solving biological and clinical questions relevant to human health. The topics covered at the annual conference reflect the multiple disciplines, strategies, and technologies encompassing the proteomics field, and their use to address complex biomedical problems and enable new discoveries aimed at advancing diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of human disease.



For more information, visit https://www.ailm2019.org/

Grenoble (France) from March 26 - March 29

The AILM workshop will focus on the development of isotopic labelling techniques and their application to the study of biomolecular structure and dynamics. Conference sessions covered developments in isotopic labelling strategies for NMR spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, neutron scattering and diffraction, as well as methodological approaches, such as co-expression, segmental labelling, specific labelling, labelling with paramagnetic tags, and sample production in vitro or in eukaryotic cells. The program also included elegant examples of the application of these methods to challenging systems such as high molecular weight proteins and nucleic acids complexes or direct studies of biomacromolecules in cells or tissues.



For more information, visit https://www.enc-conference.org/

Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove (USA, CA) from April 7 - April 12

60th Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference (ENC)



For more information, visit https://www.asms.org/

Atlanta, (USA, GA) from June 2 - June 6

67th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

The American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) was formed in 1969 to promote and disseminate knowledge of mass spectrometry and allied topics. ASMS is a non-profit 501 c 3 corporation. Membership includes over 8,500 scientists involved in research and development. Members come from academic, industrial and governmental laboratories. Their interests include advancement of techniques and instrumentation in mass spectrometry, as well as fundamental research in chemistry, geology, forensics, biological sciences and physics.



For more information, visit http://frenchbic.cnrs.fr/2017/06/08/19th-international-conference-on-biological-inorganic-chemistry-icbic-19/

Interlaken, (Switzerland) from August 11 - August 16, 2019

19th International Conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry

Bioinorganic chemistry is the study of metal-containing biological systems. It aims at understanding the role of metals in life processes and at designing artificial bio-inspired systems that have interesting properties, e.g. catalysts or metal-containing probes for analysis of biological media. Metal ions, by their large range of physico-chemical properties, offer a chemical diversity that is quite distinct from that of organic molecules, and is widely used by Nature. This diversity includes not only the nature of the metal ions and their oxidation states, but also the nature and number of ligands in the first coordination sphere and beyond, their dynamics etc. The understanding of mechanisms involving metal ions and newly discovered systems has inspired scientists for the development of applications in various contexts: energy production and storage, design of new drugs and targeting systems, imaging agents or bio-inspired catalysts. New techniques for the characterization of metal ions in complex biological environments, or for metal ion imaging, and also approaches using metal-based probes have proven very useful in this field, which is intrinsically multi-disciplinary and involves a large community worldwide.



For more information, visit http://www.euromar.org/

Berlin, (Germany) from August 25 - August 30

15th Euromar is a subdivision of Groupement Ampere, that organizes annual meetings on the subject of magnetic resonance. The meetings are held in different locations within Europe, and cover all aspects of magnetic resonance, including NMR, ESR and MRI.


FEBS Workshop 2019: Chromatin Proteomics

For more information, visit https://chromatinproteomics2019.febsevents.org/

Heraklion, (Greece) from September 22- September 27

The Workshop is a follow-up to the highly successful 2014 FEBS/EMBO Lecture Course on Nuclear Proteomics and the 2016 FEBS Workshop on Chromatin Proteomics that were also held in Greece. This year’s Workshop is co-organized with the support by the EPIC-XS European Proteomics Infrastructure Consortium.