SWISSCI to Attend Bath University Event

Bath University Exhibition: Join SWISSCI at the Forefront of Diagnostics Innovation

SWISSCI, a leading force in medical diagnostics, crystallography, and Cryo-EM, is pleased to announce our participation in the Bath University Exhibition this July 2024. This prestigious event provides a platform for us to engage with the next generation of scientists, researchers, and healthcare professionals, showcasing our commitment to advancing diagnostic technology.

Our Focus at the Exhibition

Visitors to our booth will experience the cutting-edge solutions that solidify our market-leading position:

  • Cryo-EM Excellence: Explore the power of Cryo-EM in disease research and drug discovery. Learn how our advanced instrumentation and analysis tools are unlocking structural insights at unprecedented resolutions.
  • Crystallography Expertise: Discover our crystallography technologies for pinpointing molecular structures. Understand their applications in developing targeted therapeutics and advancing materials science.
  • Transformative Diagnostics: See how our innovations in diagnostics enable earlier and more precise disease detection. Witness the potential to revolutionize patient care and treatment strategies.

Why Engage with SWISSCI

  • Partnership Potential: Collaborate with our team of experts to drive your research forward. Explore opportunities for joint projects and leverage our deep knowledge base.
  • Talent Discovery: Learn about career paths and internships within our organization. We’re always seeking the brightest minds to shape the future of diagnostics.
  • Technology in Action: Witness live demonstrations of our state-of-the-art instruments. Understand how they’re driving breakthroughs across life sciences.

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Connect and Shape the Future

The Bath University Exhibition is a hub for innovation and discovery. We invite you to join us in pushing the boundaries of medical diagnostics, crystallography, and Cryo-EM. Let’s explore collaborations and empower the next wave of scientific advancement.

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NPL and SWISSCI complete a successful Measurement for Recovery (M4R) project

NPL and SWISSCI complete a successful Measurement for Recovery (M4R) project with breakthrough results in crystallisation.

SWISSCI in collaboration with Dr Isabel Moraes, a Principal Research Scientist from NPL, have recently completed a successful M4R project to explore dialysis as an alternative method to established high throughput protein crystallography methodologies.

Using the Diaplate™, a SWISSCI manufactured 96 well high throughput dialysis plate, the NPL science team were able to demonstrate dialysis as a reliable high-throughput method for macro-molecular crystallisation by successfully crystallising 4 different proteins, including 2 membrane proteins.

The membrane proteins crystallised four-fold faster than using any other technique and produced high quality crystals. This data suggests that high-throughput dialysis may have some distinct advantages over other methods and is very simple to employ.

Tristan Kwan of NPL, who performed many of the experiments commented

“Accelerated crystal growth was among some interesting findings and a very welcome surprise. We will employ the technique to expand on the range of crystallisation methods we use in the lab”.

For all the proteins tested, the team were able to grow a high density of microcrystals in certain conditions. Furthermore, the yield of crystals was able to be increased by scaling up the experiment using a higher volume, standalone, SWISSCI manufactured dialysis device, the Diacon™.


The results of these experiments indicate that dialysis is an effective method for high throughput protein crystallography and it can be considered as a viable complementary method to the established crystallisation technologies. Initial findings also indicate that it could be a method of choice for production of micro/nano crystals for modern data collection methods including serial crystallography at microfocus beamlines / XFEL’s and MicroED.