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Q1: What is SensorCon-III?
A1: The most informative and fun advanced biosensor workshop in the galaxy.
Day 1 Level 1 training covers basic to advanced concepts in experimental design
Day 2 Presentations on state-of-the-art biosensor technology
Day 3 Hands-on training where you run experiments
Day 4 Another full day of hands-on training because after all you have two hands
Day 5 Data analysis and review to find out if you have what it takes to be a Sensor Hero
Q2: When and where is SensorCon-III?
A2: We are looking at 2020 with the location to be decided.
Q3: I've used a biosensor for ten years, do I really have to come to Level 1 training?
A3: Well we have used biosensors for 26 years and we are going to be at Level 1....you don't want to miss it.
Q4: What instruments will be available for hands-on training?
A4: So far we have systems from Biacore, Bruker, Carterra, Creoptix, PALL (Octet & SensiQ), IBIS, Reichert, Sapidyne,
Nanomedical Diagnostics & Nanotemper. Let us know if there are others we should consider including.
Q5: Can we get a discount on the rate if we send 3 people?
A5: No but we are offering a limited-time bakers dozen (send 12 people and get 1 free).
Q6: What will I learn at SensorCon-III?
A6: You should be concerned that your brain may not be big enough to hold the volumes of information it will receive.
Q7: WilI I have to do any work at the meeting?
A7: Yes, unlike most conferences, which frankly are a waste of time, you will be expected to work before, during and after
SensorCon-III. Your first task will be to email us 3 reasons why we should allow you to attend SensorCon-III.
Q8: Will I be expected to wear a costume to SensorCon-III?
A8: Of course! Dressing up is half the fun!
Q9: Do I have to wear a costume each day of the meeting?
A9: Costumes are mandatory for Day 2 only. However, no one
will stop you from wearing a costume each day.
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