The Front Range of the Rocky Mountains is a hotbed of scientific research and innovation in microbiome science. From Colorado to Wyoming, scientists are leading ground-breaking microbial ecology research across humans, animals, the environment, and agriculture.
Find out how the new Sequel II System and the range of SMRT Sequencing applications can help advance your science with affordable, highly accurate long-read sequencing data you can trust.
This webinar will explore the newly updated microbial whole genome sequencing pipeline, which leverages the multiplexing capabilities of the Sequel System to provide PacBio genomes at a lower cost.
The DOE Joint Genome Institute Annual Genomics of Energy & Environment User Meeting provides current and prospective users of JGI resources an opportunity to learn about the full spectrum of the JGI’s capabilities as well as to hear from a diverse selection of researchers who are applying the latest omics strategies to advance innovative science.
Expert users and technology developers from long-read sequencing companies will share information about their applications in basic and translational genomic science, and will explore the commonalities and differences in long-read sequencing technologies. The program includes 2 days of presentations with 2 days of hands-on bioinformatics and laboratory based tutorials.
Join our webinar to learn how to use PacBio SMRT Link software to review result metrics and performance trends of your library and Sequel System run, and how to start basic analysis.
This i5k initiative webinar summarizes the new low DNA input protocol which requires ~150 ng of genomic DNA, presents results from a variety of small-bodied, heterozygous organisms, and discusses the implications of this new method for malaria research.
The focus of this year’s Microbiome Research Symposium will be emerging and essential microbial methods, illustrating approaches and techniques used and developed by scientists across the microbial research spectrum.
ASM Microbe showcases the cutting-edge research of experts in microbial science from around the world.
The webinar will explore the latest advances in SMRT Sequencing performance for detection of all variant types in even difficult to sequence regions of the genome and present examples of amplicon sequencing of clinically relevant targets.
ABRF, the premier meeting of core facility science, will bring together international leaders in core disciplines to provide a vision of what can be done and insights toward making further progress in the present.