First report from HUPO 2010

Sydney harbour bridge in the spring sunshine This week, some of our guys — Mark Bennett, Paul Goulding and Andy Borthwick — are attending HUPO 2010 in Sydney. According to Mark, initial impressions are that there are fewer exhibitors at this year’s conference than in the past. If that’s true, it should be less of a rush to get around the stands and posters, helping you to see more of what’s on offer.

Be sure to stop by Stand 50 in Hall 5 to discuss your research and to see how our latest developments can help. At the stand, we’ll have:

Come and see us to discover how we can help solve the problems that your current software can’t.

As well as having an exhibition stand, of course, we’re also more actively participating in the conference. On Tuesday, Andy will be presenting at the HUPO Industrial Advisory Board (IAB), examining how the proteomics industry can better facilitate your research. On Wednesday, we’re showing:

  • a collaborative poster with Shimadzu and Ceres Nano on the Nanotrap Biomarker Discovery Platform, and
  • a collaborative poster with BioRad from a 2DE reproducibility study

Throughout the event, we’d love to hear from you about your own research and how we can help you. We hope to see you at Stand 50! 🙂