Scientists have a robust presence on Twitter and use the platform to regularly share new research, job listings, work milestones, and life milestones. In a similar vein, we’re on Twitter to get the word out about the proteomics revolution and to make people more aware of the many ways the Nautilus platform can transform basic research, drug development, and more.
This post features some of our most exciting tweets from 2022. By spotlighting these tweets, we hope to give you a taste of the ways we share information about our technology, our leadership, and our commitment to developing a diverse, cross-disciplinary, and robust scientific workforce.
Tweets focused on Nautilus’ Technology
We regularly tweet about recent developments surrounding our technology. These tweets cover publications about our platform, applications of the platform, popular news stories about Nautilus, and opportunities to use our technology. Here are a few of our favorite examples:
We recently blogged about our ongoing collaboration with Genentech. We’re leveraging our platform to learn more about the proteins behind Alzheimer’s disease.
Last August, we shared a preprint demonstrating how we can use commercially available materials to create DNA nanoprobes to detect peptides and proteins.
Tweets focused on our founders’ vision for the proteomics revolution
Nautilus founders Sujal Patel and Parag Mallick were driven to create Nautilus because they believe in the power of the proteome to accelerate research, revolutionize healthcare, and improve lives. The tweets below highlight some of the ways Sujal and Parag have shared their vision for the proteomics revolution.
In his essay for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Parag shares “Why proteins may help solve existential crises in healthcare, food security, and climate.”
In this interview with BIOS, Sujal and Parag team up to discuss the inception of Nautilus, why now is the time for the proteomics revolution, and how they think Nautilus will change the world.
In this interview with ASBMB, Parag describes the technology underlying the Nautilus platform and expands on his vision to democratize access to the proteome.
Tweets focused on diversity, cross-disciplinary thinking, and the scientific workforce
At Nautilus we recognize the incredible value that comes from bridging diverse perspectives. We strive to include diverse voices in our decision making and these tweets highlight some of the ways diversity and cross-disciplinary thinking drive us.
We recently worked with SMASH to empower the next generation of scientists and engineers of color and had the pleasure of hosting 6 talented SMASH summer interns at our research HQ.
As a guest on the “Science in Society” podcast, Nautilus Chief Scientist, Parag Mallick, discusses how interdisciplinary thinking helped him come up with the idea behind Nautilus’ technology and expands upon his goal to democratize the proteome.
Parag is also a professionally trained magician. In a recent piece for “Vanish” magazine, Parag discusses the many ways scientists and magicians can learn from one another and thereby improve their crafts.
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That’s just a small sample of the many exciting things we share on our X feed. We encourage you to follow us for more updates on our technology, the broader proteomics revolution, open positions at Nautilus, and much more!
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