Come and visit us at our booth #5

Visit Giotto Biotech at EURO ISMAR 2019 to discover our “ready to use” solution and solid-state NMR standards.

You will have the opportunity to speak with our experts about your research needs and they will try to help. Contact us at to schedule a meeting with Giotto Biotech scientists.

Sep 23-25, 2019 at Convitto della Calza in Florence, Italy.

International conference New Frontiers in Structure-Based Drug Discovery,

Attracting a high-level audience of researchers, the conference will provide a stimulating platform to discuss with academic experts and scientists from biotech and pharmaceutical industries. Topics include innovative screens on protein-protein interactions, novel targets and target validation, structure-based drug discovery, computational approaches and more. The conference will provide a valuable platform to discuss the challenges and opportunities of modern drug discovery in academia and industry.

For more info and registrations click here



The IV CISOC will be organized in Bologna in spring 2019….

The event aims to consolidate bilateral Italian-Chinese meetings organized by the Divisione di Chimica Organica of the Società Chimica Italiana.

The event encourages knowledge exchange among the most eminent experts of the two countries in the area of organic chemistry, in order to promote establishment of scientific networking.

More info here.

10-14 September 2017

Giotto Biotech is attending 42nd FEBS Congress in Jerusalem at BOOTH #19

Visit us at booth #19 to discover our catalogue and our custom production services.

Contact us at if you would like to arrange a meeting! Our scientists would be happy to discuss and help with all of your research and lab needs.

We look forward to meeting you!


Giotto Biotech presented at ISCaM2015 “Metabolomics by NMR: a new powerful technique to profile the metabolic fingerprint of diseases. Applications and services for cancer research”.

Giotto Biotech shared with ISCaM2015 attendees its team experience in providing metabolomics services in collaboration with the Magnetic Resonance Center (CERM – University of Florence). The lecture illustrated the use of NMR spectrometry for the analysis of biological samples and how this technique can be successful in cancer research.

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