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March, 2018
Meet us in ELRIG Research & Innovation Conference, April 17-18 in Cambridge
ELRIG Research & Innovation Conference in Cambridge is coming up and we will be there, always ready to discuss our products and listen to your research and your needs. Come find us in the poster session!
Click here for more information about the conference.

March, 2018
Listen to Ridgeview Instrument AB CEO Karl Andersson at the Biologics & Biosimilars Congress in Berlin
Karl Andersson is one of the invited speakers at the 4th Biologics & Biosimilars Congress in Berlin, 5-6 March 2018. He is the CEO of Ridgeview Instruments AB and will give you the latest news about our products and recent developments.
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February, 2018
Register now to our course in advanced molecular interaction analysis with SPR
We at Ridgeview Instruments AB have decades of experience from SPR and interaction analysis and we are now combining our knowledge and creating a course about it. During three days you will learn not only how to setup an experiment to obtain the most information about your interaction, but also the reasoning behind it. This will make you more confident in making decisions about experiment design and data evaluation, and take you to the next level in SPR analysis. A more detailed description of the course can be downloaded here.

October, 2017
New distributor of LigandTracer in Thailand
We welcome RYTS instruments Co. Ltd. to our LigandTracer family. They are situated in Bangkok and will be the local distributor of our instruments in Thailand. For more information, please visit their homepage.

June, 2017
Major grant for the development of QC and purification of biologics
Ridgeview Instruments AB, together with Astra Zeneca, Akzon Nobel Pulp and Performance Chemicals AB, Attana AB, Prof. Torgny Fornstedt's group at Karlstad University, Prof. Ian Nicholls' group at Linnaeus University and Professor Mårten Gullikssons' group at Örebro University, just received a major grant from the KK foundation (Stiftelsen för kunskaps- och kompetensutveckling) for the development of quality control and purification of biological drugs. We are happy to be part of this competent consortium and look forward to the collaboration. Read more about the project here (in Swedish).

April, 2017
Release of TraceDrawer 1.8
A new version of TraceDrawer is now out and current customers can update to it for free from our download page. This is a service release that contains bug fixes and a few new functionalities.
Not yet using TraceDrawer for the analysis of your real-time data? Contact us at for more information.

March, 2017
Meet us in Brussels on May 16, 2017
Ridgeview participates in the Belgian molecular imaging congress (BMIC). Meet us there!
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March, 2017
SPR education with Karl Andersson in Tampere, Finland on May 29 - June 2 2017
Karl Andersson, inventor of LigandTracer, SPR guru and CEO of Ridgeview Instruments AB, will teach at the Summer school Surface Plasmon Resonance in Life Sciences at the University of Tampere, Finland.
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November, 2016
LigandTracer Learning is now available!
Understanding molecular interactions are not always that easy, so we have created an interactive self-learning module to provide insight in interaction analysis from a biological and experimental perspective. LigandTracer Learning simulates real-time interaction measurements and gives immediate feedback on the outcome, based on the user's choice of concentration and incubation times.
Read more about the package and how to test it already today.

October, 2016
Meet us in Chandigarh, India, on October 20-23 2016
Ridgeview Instruments AB participates in the 49th Annual Conference of the Indian Pharmacological Society, 20-23 October 2016 in Chandigarh, India. Come listen to our four oral presentations and visit us in our booth. Please visit the conference page for the scientific programme.