Nanolane is proud to invite you to the seminar 'Introduction to Last Generation Nanobiotechnology Equipment' jointly organised by Nanolane, Innopsys and the Pierre Gilles de Gennes Institute.
This seminar aims at introducing innovative nanobiotechnology technologies: Nano-imprint and SEEC Microscopy and the benefits of combining them for easy and accurate elaboration and characterization of nanostrcutures (nanopatterns, biochips, membranes...)
Seminar Program (January 19th, 2017)
9h00‐9h15: Welcome ‐ Coffee
9h15‐10h00: Innostamp: Magnetic field assisted micro contact printing: a new concept for micro and nanopatterning. Applications to biotechnology and microfluidics (JC.Cau, Innopsys)
10h00‐10h45: N‐Lab Station: New generation label‐free surface analysis platform (N.Médard, Nanolane)
10h45‐11h00: Synergy Innstamp ‐ N‐Lab Station: Example of studies in the area of
nanobiotechnologies (N.Médard, Nanolane)
11h00: Coffee ‐ B2B discussion
Registration: The access to the seminar is free of charge but registration is mandatory (no access without registration). If you wish to attend the seminar, please send a message to: email@example.com (deadline of registration: Jan, 15th)
Venue: IPGG, 6 rue Jean Calvin, 75005 Paris (Map: here)
Innopsys: The InnoStamp 40 is a fully automated micro contact printer. During the first part of this presentation, we will introduce this technology based on the concept of Magnetic field assisted micro contact printing. The influence of the different parameters (stamp geometry and composition) on the patterning will be detailed. The InnoStamp 40's architecture will explained in order to show all the functionalities of the equipment. During the second part, we will focus on the applications. The first application shown will be the biosensing by single particle tracking. The main challenge of this application was to fabricate arrays of biomolecules with small dots and high pitch. The second application will be the cellular growth on biochemical patterns. Then, we will show how we use a reversible magnetic clamping to integrate microfluidics in order to improve the stamp inking. Finally, we will introduce the fabrication of calibration patterns for adhesion force measurements applied to wood-based materials.
Nanolane: The N-Lab Station is a new generation label-free surface analysis system. Compared to existing equipment, this innovative tool offers new analytical capabilities such as the live nanoscale imaging, the direct quantitative measurement, and the ability to perform multiplex surface interaction analyses. Studies can be conducted in air, in liquid or in gas environment. The station is also compatible with the use of microfluidic devices.
The presentation will firstly introduce the concept of the SEEC Microscopy (label-free imaging and quantitative measurement). The second part will illustrate the analysis capabilities of the system through several examples in the areas of Materials (nanolayers, surface coating, nanopaterning, nano-objects...) and Life Sciences (biological layers, biochips, lipid membranes, molecular adsorption/desorption...).