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The Rosalind Franklin Institute are delighted to invite you to our Nanobody Discovery Workshop, which will be taking place on 20th October.

Nanobodies are a versatile tools which have multiple applications in biomedical sciences due to their small molecular size, high affinity and high stability. They are extremely useful for stabilisation of structures in imaging work and, in recent years, there is growing interest in their use as therapeutics.

The Franklin wishes to bring together the UK community to discuss key areas around the development of high throughput nanobody technologies at this one day meeting.

Conference Organisers – Ray Owens and Caitlin Higgott

Agenda for the day:

10:00 Arrivals and registration

10:30 Welcome and Nanobody Discovery Hub intro

10:50 Keynote address

11:30 Refreshments

11:45 Session talks. Topics will include Bioinformatics , Generating binders, and Imaging and conjugation chemistry

13:15 Welcome to the Franklin

13:30 Lunch + tours

14:15 Breakout sessions

14:45 Refreshments

15:00 Feedback session

15:30 Close

Register for this workshop here through Eventbrite.

Rosalind Franklin Institute