LUMICKS invites you to attend our Dynamic Single-Molecule (DSM) webinars
The series of webinars, delivered by our application scientists or by invited speakers, include a variety of topics in DNA editing, phase separation, protein unfolding, cytoskeleton filaments, viral packaging, and many more. Whether you are looking for new tools to implement in your research, wanting to understand dynamic single-molecule assays, or you’re just curious about the latest development in different biological fields, register below!
If you are curious about cell avidity or are looking for a new workflow that can help you predict the immunotherapeutic potential of your cells, click on the link below to register to our webinars or download recordings!
Feel free to browse our available webinars in the following topics:
Keynote Speaker Webinars
Watch seminars from world-leading experts.
With worldwide efforts to limit movement, we strive to continue delivering scientific content and enabling scientists within the dynamic single-molecule community. That’s why we’ve gathered the newest innovations to arrange thought-provoking and interactive presentations with expert speakers.
Prof. Guillermo Montoya
University of Copenhagen
Combining CryoEM and single-molecule approaches: Towards dynamic structural biology
Dr. Lu Ma
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Single-molecule force spectroscopy of protein-membrane interactions
Dr. Ingrid Tessmer
Alkyltransferase-like protein 1 clusters scan DNA rapidly over long distances and recruit NER to alkyl-DNA lesions
Dr. Ariel Kaplan
Technion – Institute of Technology
Transcription factor binding & regulation of gene expression: lessons from single-molecule experiments
Dr. Raya Sorkin
Tel Aviv University
Membrane remodelling in life processes: unravelling membrane interactions, one vesicle at a time
Dr. Raul Perez-Jimenez
Nanomechanics of biological systems: from single-proteins to single-cells
Dr. Micah McCauley
Quantifying binding and movement of proteins along DNA
Prof. Jinqing Huang
Combining optical tweezers microscopy and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) to characterize protein structures
Deep-dive into the applications with LUMICKS’ scientists.
Join our upcoming webinars presented by expert speakers, covering the latest breakthroughs and developments in immuno-oncology.
DNA-protein interactions: versatile tools to investigate real-time single-molecule biological processes
Single-molecule detection of multi-domain protein folding & conformational dynamics
Decipher the activity and properties of filaments, motors, and their role in mechanobiology
See a full single-molecule experiment from set-up to data analysis in 60 minutes and join us for the Q&A.
In this series, we demonstrate how to use the LUMICKS C-Trap® Optical Tweezers – Fluorescence & Label-free Microscopy system for different experiments. With cameras directed at the instrument and the user, along with constant screen captures of the operating system, you will experience the C-Trap workflow step by step and see in detail:
- Visualization of Cas9 binding to DNA at the single-molecule level
- Assessment of T7 DNA polymerase activity at the single-molecule level
- BPS21 | Labinar: DNA–Protein Interactions
- BPS 21 | Labinar: Protein Droplets and Phase Separation
- BPS21 | Labinar: Protein Folding & Conformational Changes
Harbor Scripting Webinars
Introducing Harbor: The meeting place for dynamic single-molecule scripts
Welcome to an interactive community of researchers that share and discover the latest open-source scripts, taking your single-molecule studies to the next level. In this webinar, we will introduce Harbor – the new user platform for sharing dynamic single-molecule automation and analysis scripts. We will show you the interface, how you can up- and download scripts, how you can get citations, and introduce the scripts that are ready to be downloaded right away.
Watch Past Webinars
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