Chemical Biology Centre & RASOR - New Tools and Technologies for Drug Discovery and Quantitative Biology
Main Entrance
Exhibition Road
Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College London
30th June 2010

Featuring presentations, stands and posters highlighting recent developments from the CBC ( and from RASOR (

Concluding with a Dragons’ Den competition in which PhD students will showcase the commercial potential of their work to a panel of guest experts, including Prof. David Delpy, Chief Executive of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Prof. Sir Les Borysiewicz, Chief Executive of Medical Research Council (MRC), Prof. Douglas Kell, Executive of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), and Charles de Rohan, CEO of Genetix Limited.

Date: 30th June 2010
Location: Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College London

Application and Fees: Free Event.
For Further Information:

Please contact Samantha DeMello.

10.30amRegistration, coffee and stand/poster viewing
11.45amOpening speech by the Rector of Imperial College
12.00pmTalk 1: Total Human Proteome on a Chip: Making and Reading a novel proteomic format using 2DIR (Prof David Klug, CBC)
12.20pmTalk 2: Microfluidics for single cell and proteomic technologies (Prof Jon Cooper, RASOR)
12.40pmTalk 3: Chemical proteomic technologies for drug discovery (Dr Edward Tate, CBC)
1.00pmTalk 4: LC and MS integratable digital microfluidic devices (Dr C Logan Mackay, RASOR)
1.30pmLunch and stand/poster viewing
3.00pmTalk 5: Ultrasensitive quantitative proteomics by microfluidic single molecule analysis(Prof Keith Willison, CBC)
3.20pmTalk 6: Protein array based toolkits for clinical diagnostic and marker screening (Dr Andrew Pitt, RASOR)
3.40pmTalk 7: Druggable Inhibitors (Dr Rüdiger Woscholski, CBC)
4.00pmTalk 8: Multidimensional fluorescence imaging and metrology – for cell biology, drug discovery and label-free tissue studies (Prof Paul French, CBC)
4.30pmRefreshments and stand/poster viewing
5.30pmPoster prize announcement
5.45pmDragons’ Den opening
6.00pmDragons’ Den 1
6.15pmDragons’ Den 2
6.30pmDragons’ Den 3
6.45pmDragons’ Den 4
7.00pmPanel deliberation / drinks reception
7.30pmDragons’ Den prize announcement and CBC celebration