ELRIG’s recent meeting Recombinant Protein Technology 2016 was held at AstraZenenca’s impressive Gothenburg site in Sweden. Over 150 delegates attended the two day event which included a vendor exhibition, poster display and an impressive scientific programme, including plenary keynote speaker Nicole Borth of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) who presented Production Cell Line Genome Heterogeneity and Stability: What is it That Controls Cell Behaviour? During the course of the meeting, delegates were asked to vote for the best technology on display and their favourite poster at the event.
The Technology prize was awarded to Takara Clontech for their Capturem technology for protein and antibody purification, while the poster prize was won by Dr. Louise Barlind of AstraZeneca for her poster “Teabag – a novel harvest & purification technique for secreted proteins.”
Dr. Martin Stancek of Takara Clontech recieves the Technology prize (left image)
and Dr. Louise Barlind of AstraZeneca is awarded the poster prize (right image).