BPS2022 Exhibitor Prospectus

Opening New Vistas in Biophysical Discovery

Over 5,000 Attendees More than 4,000 Abstract Submissions 600 Poster Presentations Daily 110 Scientific Sessions 200 Total Booths Exhibitor Prospectus

MosconeCenter SanFrancisco, California, UnitedStates

ExhibitDates February20–22, 2022

Website biophysics.org/2022meeting/exhibits

An Invitation to Exhibit and Sponsor

Join us for the Biophysical Society 66 th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California, February 19-23, 2022, at the Moscone Center. The Biophysical Society Annual Meeting is the largest educational and networking event for those involved in the interdisciplinary field of biophysics. Our global audience attends to pursue the latest in scientific knowledge and learn about cutting-edge technologies. The exhibit draws senior research professionals from around the world who walk the floor seeking technical solutions to their challenges. The participation of these researchers assures you of reaching credible prospects from all of your market segments, providing positive returns from your investment. TheWorld’s LargestMeetingof ScientistsWorking in theFieldof Biophysics

BuyingPower Concentration

Asia 8%

Europe 17%

North America 72%

Middle East/ Africa 1 %

Scientific leaders representing more than 50 unique international markets attended the 2021 Annual Meeting

Central/South America 1%

Australia/ New Zealand 1%

AttendeeMajor Fieldsof Research Professionals conducting research in these fields of biophysics attended the 2021 Annual Meeting.

New Developments in Biophysical Techniques Proteins Channels

15% 25% 10% 9% 11%

Cell Physiology & Biophysics Lipid Bilayers & Membranes Cytoskeleton, Motility & Motors Bioengineering & Biomaterials Nucleic Acids Systems Biophysics Bioenergetics Biophysics of Neuroscience

9% 6% 6% 3% 3% 3%

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Exhibit with BPS WhyYouShouldExhibit

Benefitsof Exhibiting: • Access to over 5,000 scientists from around the world • 600+ scientific poster presentations daily featured in the Exhibit Hall, surrounding exhibits on all sides for maximum traffic flow • Refreshment and snack breaks during exhibit hours • Exhibitor Lounge with daily coffee and light snacks in a relaxed area dedicated to you • Passport Competition for grand prize in Exhibit Hall • Education and Career Opportunities Fair • The Art of Science Image Contest • Opportunity to hold an Exhibitor Presentation pro- moted in the Annual Meeting Daily Schedule, Annual Meeting website, online program, mobile app, Itinerary Builder, Twitter, and onsite signage • (6) Complimentary exhibitor booth badge registrations per 100 square feet, (4) complimentary guest badges to be used for visitors in the Exhibit Hall per 100 square feet, and complimentary meeting scientific registration(s) as designated: 100-300 square feet (1) scientific badge 400-600 square feet (2) scientific badges 700+ square feet (3) scientific badges • Company name, address, website, company description, and product categories printed in Annual Meeting Program provided the contract is received by December 28, 2021.

If you have a product or service that you want to show to a highly engaged and dedicated audience to help continue their important research, you can’t afford to miss this year’s meeting! If your customers are working in these research areas, this is the place to be. Your competitors will be there – so should you!

• Biochemistry • Bioengineering • Biological Fluorescence • Biomaterials • Biomedical Engineering

• Membrane Physical Chemistry • Membrane Protein Structure & Function • Membrane Structure & Dynamics • Molecular Biology • Molecular Dynamics • Muscle Function • Nanotechnology • Neuroscience • Pharmacology & Drug Discovery • Physiology • Protein & Nucleic Acid Interactions • Protein Dynamics • Protein Folding & Unfolding • Protein Structure • Signaling • Single Molecule Techniques • Spectroscopy

• Cancer & Disease Research • Cardiac Muscle Research & Electrophysiology • Cardiovascular Medicine • Cell Biology • Cell Mechanics &Motility • Cell Physiology • Channels • Computational Biology & Chemistry • CryoEM • DNA & RNA Structure • Drug Discovery • Electrophysiology • Fiber &Molecular Mechanics of Muscles • Fluorescence & Spectroscopy • Imaging & Optical Microscopy • Materials Science • Mechanobiology of Protein & Cells

• Structural Biology • Systems Biology • Virology

Asanexhibitor atBPS2022, youcanexpect to: • Contact Key Buyers: BPS will attract over 5,000 life science researchers this year. • Make Connections that Matter: Showcase your products, meet decision makers, generate high-quality leads and substantial ROI, and support the field of biophysics. • Generate Brand Awareness: Reach a year’s worth of interdisciplinary customers in only three days all in one place. Be noticed, be seen, and draw attention to your company and products.

Scientific poster sessions end on Wednesday, the day after the Exhibits close, so attendees are still present the last day of Exhibits!

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Location, Dates, and Fees

Exhibit SpaceFees 10’x10’ Inline Booth

MeetingVenue Moscone Center 747 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94103 United States ExhibitHall &Poster Location Halls A, B, & C MeetingDates Saturday, February 19 – Wednesday, March 23 Exhibit ShowDates&Hours Sunday, February 20 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday, February 21 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Tuesday, February 22 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM ExhibitorRegistrationHours Friday, February 18 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday, February 19 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM Sunday, February 20 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday, February 21 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Move In (subject to change) Friday, February 18 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday, February 19 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Dismantaling (subject to change) Tuesday, February 22 4:00 PM-10:00 PM

$2,750 per booth $3,100 per booth

10’x10’ Corner Booth

Fees Include • 8’ high back drape and 3’ high side dividers.

• 7” x 44” identification sign with company name and booth number. • Basic exhibitor listing in printed Annual Meeting Daily Schedule, online program, and mobile app. • Six exhibitor badges per 10’ x 10’ space purchased. • Four complimentary guest badges to be used for visitors in the Exhibit Hall per 10’ x 10’ space purchased. • Complimentary meeting scientific registration(s) as designated: 100-300 square feet (1) scientific badge 400-600 square feet (2) scientific badges 700+ square feet (3) scientific badges • Exhibit floor perimiter security when exhibits are closed.

• Complimentary access to Exhibitor Lounge. • Exclusive exhibitor only support opportunities.

Note: Table, chairs, wastebasket, and carpet are not included in booth fees. Organizations are required to carpet their booth(s).

“The Biophysical Society Annual Meeting is a premier event for Avanti Polar Lipids Inc. We have been exhibiting at this event for over 20 years and have found it to be THE place to connect with customers, friends, and colleagues that truly know the deep meaning of making a differ- ence through science. I would highly recommend attending or exhibiting to anyone serious about the life science industry and beyond!“ — Trevor Shaw, Chief Strategy Officer, Avanti Polar Lipids Inc

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Technologies and Products Lifescience researchers require the latest technologiesandproducts.

We asked the 2021 Annual Meeting attendees what products they need and use. The following is a list of what they are looking to purchase at the 2022 Annual Meeting. • Magnetic Resonance Imaging • Magnetic Stirrers • Mass Spectrometry • 3-D Visualization • Amperometry/Voltammetry Instrumentation • Electrophysiology Software • Environmental Chambers

• Protein Purification Systems • Protein Structure Data • Pumps • Quartz Crystal Microbalance • Rapid Kinetics Instruments • Reagents • Recording Chambers • Rheometers/Viscometers • Scanning ElectronMicroscopes • Scanning ProbeMicroscopes • Scientific CMOS Cameras • Screening, High-Throughput • Sensors • Shutters • Signal Transduction Reagents • Single-MoleculeMethods • Software • Solid State Lasers • Spectrofluorometers • Spectrometers • Spectrophotometers • Spectroscopy Accessories • Spingolipids • Stand Alone Stopped-FlowUnit • Stepper Technology • Sterols • Stimulators • Stimulus Isolators • Stopped-FlowSpectroscopy • Substrates • SuperresolutionMicroscopy • Supercomputing Node Manufacturers • Tensiometers • Tomography • UV Spectroscopy • Vibration Isolation Systems • Vibrational Spectroscopy (Infrared &Raman) • VideoMicroscopy Systems • Voltage Clamp Instrumentation • X-Ray &Neutron Scattering & Diffraction • X-Ray Crystallography • X-Ray Diffraction Equipment • X-Ray Imaging Equipment • Zeta Potential • andmore… • Surgical Instruments • TCSPC Components • Temperature Controllers

• Filter Wheels • Flash Lamps • Fluid FlowChambers • Fluorescence

• Amphipols • Amplifiers

• Micro Environmental Control • Microcalorimetry Systems • Microdissecting Instruments • Microelectrode Holders • Microelectrodes • Microfluidic Chambers • Microfluidics &Microfabrication • Microforges • Microinjectors • Micromanipulators • Micropipette Pullers • Micropipettes • Micropositioners • Microscope Accessories • Microscope Drift Correction • Microscope Stages • Microscopes • Microscopy Chambers • Microtomes • Modelling Software • Molecular Biology Products • Molecular Dynamics Simulations • Molecular Modeling • Monochromators • Nanodrops • Nanopositiong Systems • Nanotechnology • Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopes • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance/EPR Spectroscopy • Optical Spectroscopy (CD&UV-VIS) • Oxygraph Repriometer • Particle Sizing • Patch Clamp Instrumentation • Peptides • Perfusion Stepper System • Perfusion Systems • Pharmaceutical Development Equipment

• Analytical Ultracentrifugation • Analytical/Testing Services • Antibodies • AntibodyMicroarray Products • Assay Kits • Atomic ForceMicroscopes • Atomic Force Spectroscopy • Automated Temperature/Titration Filter Fluorometer • Automated Titrating Flurometer • Biochemical Reagents

• Fluorescence Anisotropy • Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy • Fluorescence Image Analysis Equipment • Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging • Fluorescent Antibodies • Fluorescence Scanners • Glass Capillary Tubing • Glassware • High-Throughput Instrumentation • Image Acquisition Systems • Image Analysis • Image Analysis Software • Image Analysis, High Resolution • Image Analyzers, FISH Applications • Image Analyzers, High Resolution • Image Analyzers, High Speed • Image Analyzers, Radiometric Dyes • Image Intensifiers • Image Stabilization • Imaging Chambers • Imaging Systems • Imaging, Spectral • Immunochemicals • Incubators • Infrared Spectroscopy • Interferometers • IonOptics • Isotope Labeled Compounds • Label Free Sensing • Labeling Dyes • Laboratory Apparatus & Equipment • Langmuir Troughs • Lasers • LED Light Sources • Light Microscopy & Super Resolution Imaging • Light Sheet Microscopy • Light Sources • Lipids • Liposome Preparation Equipment • Liquid Chromatography Instruments • Fluorescent Filters • Fluorescent Probes • Fluorometers

• Biochemicals • Bioinformatics • Biotechnology • Calorimetry • Cameras • Cardioexcyte

• Cell Biology Products • Cell Culture Products • Cell Motion Imaging System • Cell/Tissue Imaging &Mechanics • Centrifuge System • Chemidoc • Chromatography • Circular DicroismSpectroscopy • CLEMEquipment • Computational Biology Products

• Computational Chemistry • Computational Software • Computers • Confocal Microscopes • CRISPR/Cas9 systems • CryoEM • Crystallization Utilities • Curvettes • Data Acquisition • Data Analysis • Data Analysis Software • Detergents • Digitizers • Dissecting Equipment

• Phospholipids • Photometers • Piezo Lens Positioners • Piezo Stages • Pipettes • Plate Dispensers • Probes • Protein Binding Studies • Protein Expression

• Electromechanical Instrumentation • ElectronMicroscopy & Tomography • Electrophoresis Equipment • Electrophysiological Data Acquisition • Electrophysiological Instruments • Electrophysiology • Electrophysiology Equipment

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Join BPS Past and Present Exhibitors

If your competitors are listed here, you should be too!

• Boston Electronics Corporation • BrainBits LLC • Brandel • Brookhaven Instruments Corporation • Caliber Imaging &Diagnostics Inc • Cambridge Electronic Design Ltd • Cambridge University Press • Carl ZeissMicroscopy LLC • Cedarlane • Cell MicroControls • Cell Press • Cellectricon Inc • Cellular Dynamics International • ChanTest Corporation • Charles River • Chroma Technology • Cobolt AB • Cooke Corporation • Creoptix • Cubist Pharmaceuticals • Curi Bio • Cytocentrics GmbH • Cytocybernetics • Cytoo • CVI Melles Griot • DE NOVO SOFTWARE • DRV Technologies • DSMPentapharm • Dynamic Biosensors GmbH • Ecocyte Bioscience • eDAQ Inc • Elliot Scientific Ltd • Edinburgh Instruments • ElectronMicroscopy Sciences • Elements SRL • eLife Sciences Publications Ltd • ELSEVIER • Embi Tec • Emerald Bio • Energetiq Technology Inc • Enzyme Research Labs/DSM Pentapharm • EPI Technology • Expression Systems LLC • Extrel CMS • Finger Lakes Instrumentation LLC • Flexcell International Corporation • Flow Jo • Fluicell AB • Fluxion Biosciences • flyion GmbH • Fondazione Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia • Formulatrix • Garland Science • Gatan Inc • DeNovix Inc • DNASTAR Inc • F1000 Research • Faculty of 1000 • FEI Company • Femtonics Ltd • Fianium Inc • Bruker Corporation • Caisson Laboratories

• Nanion Technologies • NanoandMore USA Inc • NANOLANE

• Metrology Co Ltd • Rigaku Oxford Diffraction • Royal Society Publishing • RPMC Lasers • Sapidyne Instruments • SB Drug Discovery • Science Advances (AAAS) • Scientifica Ltd • SciMeasure • SDx TetheredMembranes • Seahorse Bioscience • Semrock, a business unit of IDEX Health & Science • Sensaspex OY • SensiQ Technologies Inc • Sierra Sensors GmbH • Siskiyou Corporation • SLAC National Accelerator Lab • SPECTROLIGHT • Springer Nature • Stanford Photonics Inc • StrainMeasurement Devices Inc • Strex • Stoelting Company • Sutter Instrument • Sysmex Corporation • TA Instruments • Taylor and Francis / CRC Press • Technical Manufacturing Company • Technical Safety Services Inc • Teledyne Photometrics • TgK Scientific Ltd • Technical Manufacturing Corporation • The Company of Biologists • The Journal of Physiology • The NewYork Times Newspaper • The Royal Society of Chemistry • Smartox Biotechnology • Society for Neuroscience • Sophion Bioscience A/S

• 3T Analytik • 89 North • A-MSystems • AAT Bioquest Inc • Abbelight • Abberior Instruments America • ACS Publications • Advansta Inc • Affymetrix InC • Agilent • AIP Publishing LLC • ALA Scientific Instruments Inc • Alembic Instruments Inc • Allen Institute for Cell Science • Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research and Training • Alvéole • Alomone Labs Ltd • AlphaMED Scientific Inc • American Society for Biochemistry and • Molecular Biology • American Society for Cell Biology • Analytik Jena (formally UVP LLC) • Anasys Instruments • Anatrace | Molecular Dimensions • Andor Technology • Anton Paar • App Nano • Apogee Image Systems Inc • Applied Photophysics • Applied Precision Inc • Arago Biosciences • ASI/Applied Scientific Instrumentation • AsylumResearch, an Oxford Instruments • Company • Aurora Biomed • Aurora Scientific Inc • AutoMate Scientific • Avalance Biotech • Avanti Polar Lipids Inc • Aviv Biomedical Inc • Aviva Biosciences Corporation • Axiogenesis AG • Axion BioSystems • AxiomOptics • Azure Biosystems • B&WTek Inc • BaySpec In • B-Bridge International • Beckman Coulter Life Sciences • Bio Techniques • BioCAT, Illinois Institute of Technology • Biochemical Journal/Biochemical Society • Biolin Scientific • Biolog • Bio-Logic USA • BioNavis Ltd • BiOptix • Biosearch Technologies Inc • Biosensing Instrument • BioMed Central • BioMex Solutions • BioVision Technologies Inc • Bitplane • BMG LABTECH

• Haison Technology Inc • Hamamatsu Corporation • Hecus X-Ray Systems

• Nanomagnetics Instruments • NanoTemper Technologies • Nanonics Imaging Ltd • Nanosurf, Inc • Narishige International USA Inc • Navitar • National ResearchMentoring Network • National Science Foundation • NCI National CyroEMFacility • Neaspec GmbH • NeoBiosystems Inc • NeuCyte

• HEKA Elektronik • Hellma USA Inc • Hinds Instruments Inc • Hitachi High Technologies America • Horiba Scientific • Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) • HUYGENS Scientific Volume Imaging • ibidi USA Inc • iBiology • INTEGRA Biosciences • Interherence GmbH • IonOptix • Ionovation GmbH • IOP Publishing • Irsweep • ISS Inc • Jackson ImmunoReseach Labs • JASCO • Joint School of Nanoscience and • Nanoengineering • Journal of Biological Chemistry (ASBMB) • Journal of General Physiology • JoVE • JPK Instruments • KEYENCE Corporation • Keysight Technologies • KinTek Corporation • KSV NIMA • La Vision Bio Tec GmbH • Laboratory for Fluorescence • Dynamics • Lasos Lasertecknik Gmbh • Lafayette-Campden Neuroscience • Larodan AB • LeicaMicrosystems • LightEdge Technologies LLC • ICx Technologies • IDQuantique SA • IDEX Optics &Photonics • IEEE Access • Illinois Rocstar

• Neuroscience Tools • Newport Corporation • Nicoya Lifesciences • Nikon Instruments Inc • NKT Photonics Inc • npi electronic GmbH • nPoint Inc • Nuvu Cameras • Olis Inc • Olympus America Inc

• Onefive GmbH • OneWorld Lab • Optical Building Blocks Corporation • Optofluidics • Origin Lab Corporation • Oxford Instruments of America • Oxford Nanoimaging • Pacer Scientific • Pall Fortebio • Park Systems Inc • PCO America • Peptides International

• Phasefocus • PhaseView • PHASICS • Phi Optics Inc

• Thermo Fisher Scientific • Thomas Reuters EndNote • Thorlabs • TILL Photonics • TIRF Labs • Tokai Hit Co Ltd • Tomocube Inc • TOPTICA Photonics Inc • Unchained Labs • US Department of Energy • Vari Group • Varian, Inc. • VisiTech International • Vutara, Inc. • Warner Instruments • WasatchMicrofluidics Inc • Wiley

• Photon Control Inc • PhotonicsMedia • Physics Today • PI (Physik Instrumente) • PicoQuant Photonics North America Inc

• LOT- QuantumDesign • Ludesco/Accu-Scope • Ludl Electronic Products Ltd • Luigs &Neumann Gmbh • Lumicks • Lumin Dynamics • Mad City Labs Inc • Malvern Panalytical • Market Tech Inc • Matreya LLC • MedChem101 • Media Cybernetics • Metrion Biosciences • Micro Photonics • Micro-Manager • MicroSurfaces Inc • Mightex Systems • Minus K Technology Inc • Mizar Imaging • Molecular Devices • MontanaMolecular • MTI Corporation • Multi Channel Systems • Myotronic UG

• PIEZOCONCEPT • Piezosystem Jena • PLOS • PNAS • Postnova Analytics • PreciPoint • Precision Plastics • Pressure BioSciences • Princeton Instruments • Prior Scientific Inc • QImaging

• World Precision Instruments, Inc. • Wyatt Technology Corporation • Zaber Technologies Inc • Zurich Instruments • Xenocs

• QuantumNorthwest Inc • Rainin Instrument, LLC • Rapp OptoElectronic GmbH • Rayonix • RCSB PDB&PSI SGKB • RedShirt Imaging • Refeyn • Reichert Technologies – Life Sciences • Renishaw Inc • Research Institute of Biomolecular

Companies in bold have already secured space for 2022.

• GE Healthcare • Gene Tools LLC • GenScript USA Inc • Getson & Schatz PC • Gwydion Inc

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Exhibit Hall Floor Plan

Purchase Early to Secure Prime Exhibit Space

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401 Edinburgh Instruments

500 Teledyne Photometrics

501 Curi Bio

900 Strex

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SLAC National Accelerator Lab

Journal of General Physiology

Cytocybernetics Inc

Entrance

The Show Floor is 54% Sold

View Interactive Online Floor Plan at biophysics.org/ 2022meeting/exhibits Book Your Space Today! as of June 11, 2021

Let’sWork Together Exhibit Management Phone: (240) 290-5609 Fax: (240) 290-5555 exhibits@biophysics.org

“The BPS Annual Meeting is the perfect place to showcase new products, meet researchers, and get up to date with the latest developments in the field of biophysics. We are looking forward to returning in 2022!” — Kassandra Barbetsea , Marketing Manager, LUMICKS

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Support & Marketing Opportunities

Increase Industry Awareness and Enhance Corporate Identity

Take full advantage of your presence on the show floor with support options that will enhance your ROI, drive traffic to your booth, and extend your presence far beyond exhibit hours. Every sponsorship opportunity is designed to provide access to a targeted audience from the science and technology community. Let us work with you to customize a branding program to fit your goals and budget.

Meeting Bags

$10,000

EXCLUSIVE

• Company logo on bag (one color) along with BPS’ logo • Complimentary bag insert included at the sponsor’s expense and requires pre-approval by Exhibit Management • One additional complimentary scientific badge • Highlighted booth displayed on online floor plan (mobile app) Lanyards $10,000 • Company logo on lanyard (one color) along with BPS’ logo • One additional complimentary scientific badge • Highlighted booth displayed on online floor plan (mobile app) Meeting Badges $6,000 • Company logo and booth number printed on all badge stock • Highlighted booth displayed on online floor plan (mobile app) • Requires pre-approval by Exhibit Management Pens $5,500 • Company logo printed on all pens • Highlighted booth displayed on online floor plan (mobile app) • Requires pre-approval by Exhibit Management Poster Pin Stations $5,000 • Company logo or advertisement on the panel of each stand • Highlighted booth displayed on online floor plan (mobile app) SRAA Poster Competition $3,500 • Recognition on signage during event • Option to provide literature and giveaways during sponsored event at the sponsor’s expense and requires pre-approval by Exhibit Management Exhibitor Presentations $1,900 each • Exclusive time slot to promote your company, products, services, and technologies • Complimentary meeting room and audio visual equipment

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• Dedicated onsite signage outside presentation room • Complimentary tweet 15minutes prior to presentation • Discountedmobile app alert opportunity exclusively for companies who hold presentations

Additional opportunites available at biophysics.org/ 2022meeting/exhibits

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BPS 2022 Promotion Emails

$7,500 each

3 AVAILABLE

• Choose from the November, December, or January email blast • Reach registered and non-registered attendees (61,600+ BPS stakeholders) • Banner ad displayed at top of email • Banner ad with direct hyperlink to company website • Highlighted booth displayed on online floor plan (mobile app) KnowBefore You Go Email Banner $5,500

EXCLUSIVE

• Sent two weeks prior to Annual Meeting • Banner ad displayed at top of email • Banner ad with direct hyperlink to company website • Highlighted booth displayed on online floor plan (mobile app) Social Media Posts • Post appears on BPS’ official Twitter and Facebook accounts • 280 character limit for each post • Requires pre-approval by Exhibit Management

$1,500 each

All Biophysical Society Annual Meeting sponsors will receive these benefits

• Acknowledgement in the Annual Meeting Daily Schedule and online program • Recognition on signage during event • Logo with hyperlink to company website on Annual Meeting and Exhibit webpages • Sponsor ribbons for exhibit personnel • Additional priority points toward booth selection for BPS 2023 • Mention in the Society’s monthly newsletter, BPS Bulletin (August – February) Additional benefits are listed under each opportunity.

Priority Points Sponsorship

1 point per $1,000 of Annual Meeting support

Advertising

1 point per $1,000 of advertising in all BPS publications and mailing lists

Exhibit Booth Space

1 point per $1,000 of booth space purchased Points allocated per Industry Partner Membership level

Industry Partner Membership

Establish Relationships. Build Your Business. An Industry Partner Membership provides public and private organizations, including nonprofits and foundations, direct access to the Biophysical Society’s international scientific community. BPS Industry Partners enjoy a variety of benefits with their membership. The most valuable member benefits the Biophysical Society provides for an organization include access to decision makers, accelerated company growth, and significantly increased visibility among BPS members. Members are acknowledged year-round and at the Annual Meeting, which reaches thousands of scientists across a myriad of research areas. We are committed to working with you. Your investment will be rewarded with recognition and access to BPS members. With BPS as your marketing partner, you will benefit from distinctive program offerings tailored to accomplishing your marketing goals within a wide range of budgets. Platinum$10,000 | Gold $5,000 | Silver $2,500 BPS offers three levels of Industry Partner Membership. To view a full list of benefits associated with each level, contact Exhibit Management at exhibits@biophysics.org.

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2022 BPS Lecturer

A Note FromThe ProgramChairs We are excited to present the program for the 2022 Annual Meeting. This year’s program features symposia and workshops ranging from “Microbial Behavior in Heterogeneous Environments” to “Imaging and Modeling of the Brain”, highlighting biophysics as a cornerstone of biology, physics, and chemistry. The program reflects the myriad of approaches and applications of in vivo, in vitro, cellular, and computational approaches to cutting-edge biological problems. The speakers reflect the diversity of biophysicists around the world, who will present their latest work from fundamental physical behavior of biomolecules to applications in human health and disease. We particularly look forward to seeing you in person in San Francisco in 2022!

Frances Arnold California Institute of Technology Innovation by Evolution: Bringing New Chemistry to Life

OVER 5 , 000 AT TENDEES

Elizabeth Komives University of California, San Diego

Arthur Palmer Columbia Univeristy

MORE THAN 4 , 000 ABSTRACT SUBMI SS I ONS 600 POS TER PRESENTATIONS DA I LY

Symposia Novel Biomaterials Silvina Matysiak, University of Maryland, Chair Claudia Tanja Mierke, University of Leipzig, Germany Laura Na Liu, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Germany Michael Hagan, Brandeis University Protein Degradation/Unfolded Protein Response James Olzmann, University of California, Berkeley, Chair Christian Kaiser, Johns Hopkins University Maho Niwa Rosen, University of California, San Diego Peter Walter, University of California, San Francisco G-Proteins Suzanne Scarlata, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Chair Cathy Jackson, Institut Jacques Monod, France Jonathan Javitch, Columbia University Jacqueline Cherfils, CNRS, France

Discover the latest advances in biophysics.

Oligomeric Chaperones Rachel Klevit, University of Washington, Chair Charalampos Kalodimos, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Lukasz Joachimiak, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Angela Gronenborn, University of Pittsburgh Structure-Function of Long Non-Coding RNAs Mitchell Guttman, California Institute of Technology, Chair Mihaela-Rita Mihailescu, Duquesne University Nathan Baird, University of the Sciences Marco Marcia, EMBL Grenoble, France

110 SC I ENT I F I C SESS I ONS

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Nuclear Condensates

Membrane Morphology/Membrane and Cytoskeletal Phenomena - Relation to Membrane Function Min Wu, Yale University, Chair Sarah Veatch, University of Michigan Clément Campillo, University of Évry Val d’Essonne, France Robert Zorec, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Peripheral Membrane Proteins Lucie Delemotte, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Chair Satyajit Mayor, National Center for Biological Sciences, India Pradipta Ghosh, University of California, San Diego Andrew Stephen, NIH Membrane Tension Padmini Rangamani, University of San Diego, Chair Zheng Shi, Rutgers University Alba Diz-Munoz, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany Aurélien Roux, University of Geneva, Switzerland AAA+ Machine Christopher Hill, University of Utah, Chair Kumiko Hayashi, Tohoku University, Japan Ruxandra Dima, University of Cincinnati Peter Chien, University of Massachusetts Mechano-Electrical Signaling in Cardiac Cells W Jonathan Lederer, University of Maryland, Chair Khalid Salaita, Emory University Ye Chen-Izu, University of California, Davis Peter Kohl, University of Freiburg, Germany

Mitochondrial Plasticity in Health and Disease Thomas Langer, Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Germany, Chair Brian Zid, University of California, San Diego Karin Busch, University of Münster, Germany Suliana Manley, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland Imaging and Modeling of the Brain Orly Reiner, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, Chair Christopher Kroenke, Oregon Health and Science University Sabina Hrabetova, SUNY Downstate Petra Ritter, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany Microbial Behavior in Heterogeneous Environments Karyn Rogers, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Chair Karen Lloyd, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Eric Boyd, Montana State University Lorna Dougan, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Stress Granules - Is There a Unified Theory? Julie Biteen, University of Michigan, Chair Tanja Mittag, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Eric Ross, Colorado State University Nicholas Fawzi, Brown University The Dynamic Nature of Viruses Ganesh Anand, Pennsylvania State University, Chair Martin Beck, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany Kristin Parent, Michigan State University Gino Cingolani, Thomas Jefferson University

Geeta Narlikar, University of California, San Francisco, Chair Michael Rosen, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Justin Crocker, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany Gary Karpen, University of California, Berkeley Mechano Sensation Verena Ruprecht, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Spain, Chair Denise Montell, University of California, Santa Barbara Amy Rowat, University of California, Los Angeles Rae Robertson-Anderson, University of San Diego Cytoskeleton and Membranes Meet Edna Hardeman, University of New South Wales, Australia, Chair Ginny Farias, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Todd Blankenship, University of Denver Spencer Freeman, University of Toronto, Canada Membrane Transporters Da-Neng Wang, New York University, Chair Hassane Mchaourab, Vanderbilt University Olga Boudker, Cornell University Rachelle Gaudet, Harvard University Host-Pathogen Interactions Sergei Sukharev, University of Maryland, Chair Wonpil Im, Lehigh University Thereza Soares, University of São Paulo, Brazil James Gumbart, Georgia Institute of Technology

Workshops Learn from those leading the development of emerging techniques.

DNP/In-Cell NMR Galia Debelouchina, University of California, San Diego, Chair Alexander Shekhtman, University at Albany Lucia Banci, CERM, University of Florence, Italy Phil Selenko, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Probes for Live Cell Imaging including RNA Peter Unrau, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Chair Jin Zhang, University of California, San Diego David Rueda, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Ning Fang, Georgia State University

3D High-Resolution Cellular Microscopy Julia Mahamid, IUPAB Lecturer, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany, Chair Marco Fritzsche, University of Oxford, United Kingdom Peijun Zhang, University of Oxford, United Kingdom Elizabeth Villa, University of California, San Diego High Speed AFM Wouter Roos, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, Chair Dorothy Erie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Ignacio Casuso, INSERM, France Petra Schwille, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany

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