Reimagine what is possible in proteomics when you use Protein Identification by Short-epitope Mapping (PrISM) to easily and sensitively measure billions of undigested single-molecule proteins.
This is your opportunity to explore new areas of the proteome at massive scale.
Enter Nautilus Biotechnology’s Single-molecule Proteomics First Access Challenge to test 12 samples free of charge and be the first to access proteomic discovery in a new way.
For the three winners, Nautilus will:
- Analyze 12 of your samples using the Nautilus Proteome Analysis Platform
- Provide you with a final report of data from that analysis, in an easy to interpret format
- Reimburse the winners travel expenses to present your interesting Nautilus data at a mutually agreed upon conference
- Assist you in writing and submitting your Nautilus data in peer reviewed scientific journals
For more detailed information, please see the FAQs below.
The Nautilus Proteome Analysis Platform is currently under development and as such, the nature and timing of results from any analysis under the First Access Challenge are uncertain and not guaranteed.
Submit Your Abstract
Submissions close Friday, Feb 10th, 2023. Applications will be reviewed by the Nautilus Scientific Team and 3 winners will be announced at US HUPO in Chicago, IL March 4th-8th, 2023.
There are no costs for entering the Challenge, and while selected winners will be responsible for preparing and shipping their samples to Nautilus, there are no additional costs associated with participation.
Send an email to email@example.com and we will contact you directly to discuss your entry.
Three winners will be announced at US HUPO 2023 in Chicago. All winners will also be notified by email, whether or not they are attending US HUPO 2023. You do not need to attend US HUPO 2023 to receive your award.
Samples will be shipped frozen to Nautilus’ testing facility in San Carlos, California. Specific shipping details will be provided during experimental planning with the Nautilus team.
Nautilus will confirm receipt of samples by email. Data will be generated, and analyses provided in conjunction with Nautilus’ scientists.