Category 'Conference news'

  1. We’re looking forward to seeing our award winners at AACR!

    For those of you attending AACR 2018 in Chicago in April, our team hopes to see you there. We’re also going to be presenting CiteAb Awards certificates to many of our winners, and today we have details on where you’ll find award winners’ booths. Cell Signaling Technology, who won three categories in the 2018 CiteAb […]

  2. Get set for a summer of plant science

    2018 is set to be a great year for plant science, with a huge number of events planned. We know that many of you work in this area, either doing research in plant science or providing antibodies for researchers in the field, so we thought it would be useful give you a bit of detail […]

  3. CiteAb will be at SfN

    CiteAb founder Dr Andrew Chalmers is going to be at the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting this month, and would welcome the opportunity to meet with those who use our platform and data. The 2017 event is the 47th SfN Neuroscience meeting, and takes place from 11 – 15 November at the Walter E. Washington […]

  4. Reporting from Alpbach – three ways to validate antibodies

    Last week our founder Dr Andrew Chalmers was in Alpbach for the 8th Affinity Proteomics Meeting, where he presented CiteAb’s latest antibody validation efforts. At the event a huge range of antibody and proteomics science was presented, ranging from exciting new new binders to antibody engineering and therapeutics. Andrew said: “Over the course of the […]

  5. Will you be at SfN this year?

    We’re heading out to San Diego this week to join the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting, and we’re really hoping to see a lot of you there. The event will be the SfN’s 46th annual meeting and is the premier venue for neuroscientists to present emerging science, learn from experts, collaborate with peers, explore new […]

  6. GBSI-hosted antibody validation event outlines new approaches

    Last week, our founder Dr Andrew Chalmers attended the Antibody Validation: Standards, Policies, and Practices workshop in California. The event aimed to develop validation approaches to increase reproducibility in preclinical research and improve the chances for breakthroughs in treatments and cures. More than 100 scientists and researchers spent three days working through the complexities uniquely […]

  7. Catch up on AbVal16!

    If you follow our blog regularly you couldn’t have missed that last week our team was busy hosting antibody suppliers, academic and industry researchers and professionals from the pharmaceutical and biotech sector here in Bath for the 2nd International Antibody Validation Event. If you weren’t able to join us last week, here is a quick […]

  8. Support the movement – antibody validation

    As a regular to the CiteAb blog you’ll be well aware of our mission to improve antibody validation, sharing resources with you regularly. Today we want to flag that in addition to the 2nd International Antibody Validation Event that we’re helping with on 15 & 16 September here in Bath, UK, there is a second […]

  9. Win tickets to AbVal16!

    Here at CiteAb we have two tickets for the 2nd International Antibody Validation Event up for grabs – read on to find out how you can get them. The 2nd Antibody Validation Event promises to be an unique meeting, bringing together scientists from academia, the pharmaceutical / biotech sector and antibody suppliers in order to […]

  10. So you want to make antibodies against viral proteins?

    Last week our founder, Dr Andrew Chalmers, attended the Pivotal Scientific Networking Meeting in Oxfordshire, UK. The event, which took place on Wednesday 22nd June 2016, featured three talks – from multimmune GmbH, The Native Antigen Company and SeekQuence. We spoke to Andrew about his experience at the event, and any take home information he […]