March 20, 2019


Ceres Nanosciences is excited to announce that it will be sponsoring a corporate workshop at the 2019 Annual Conference for Mass Spectometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab.


Dr. Kirk Hansen, Director of the University of Colorado School of Medicine Biological Mass Spectrometry Facility will discuss how Ceres’ Nanotrap® particle technology offers a straightforward and effective approach to sample preparation and biomarker discovery.

This workshop will provide an overview of the Nanotrap® particle technology, including methods and applications. A case study also will be presented, wherein the Nanotrap® particle technology coupled with mass spectrometry was used to confirm an age-related macular degeneration biomarker.

The workshop will be at 8AM on Thursday, April 4, 2019 and will be followed by a poster presentation at 10AM on Thursday, April 4 2019.

Details for the workshop are available here.

Details for the poster presentation are available here.

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