The 25th Anniversary Colorado Protein Stability Conference focused on protein stability and aggregation from a range of perspectives including computational modeling risk management, and formulation development. Researchers from numerous disciplines, ranging from biochemical research and clinical biochemistry to pharmaceutical development and manufacturing. The poster sessions were particularly lively, with many people stopping by to see the new data we presented with Amgen. The poster assesses the sensitivity of our next generation IR technology (Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy or ‘MMS’). The data shows that the high similarity scores of the samples at low concentrations indicates the high accuracy and sensitivity of MMS. If you missed the poster, take a look here.