Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) delivers a premier experience where heads of labs, institutions, businesses, financial analysts and other high-level stakeholders come together to advance the field and drive game-changing innovation. Significant scientific advances are announced and showcased, science and industry forge enduring partnerships, and significant investments and notable acquisitions are made.
As the largest international organization representing shared resource cores, the ABRF Annual Meeting is not to be missed! There are so many opportunities to network with core laboratory professionals of all disciplines, learn about the latest groundbreaking research and instrumentation, and develop a new set of skills. With a focus on advanced technology, education and cutting-edge research in shared scientific resource core labs worldwide, the ABRF meeting is a collaborative hub for technological innovation, sharing best practices, and professional development. The 2021 meeting features three full days, covering the latest in bioinformatics, mass spectrometry based ‘omics, genomics, cytometry, imaging and…
Join us at the virtual 2020 ASM Conference on Next-Generation Sequencing, taking place Dec. 7-11, 2020, and get comprehensive guidance with up-to-date examples in the use of NGS technology for applied results in the traceability and clustering of microbial pathogens associated with food safety, clinical infection, environmental contamination and other potential sources of disease outbreaks. You’ll walk away with access to the available resources and direction you need relating to bioinformatics and epidemiology.
Our Neuroscience Day virtual event aims to empower scientists on their journey of discovery. Join us to learn how highly accurate long-read sequencing can be used at every stage of your research, from disease variant identification to elucidation of the disease mechanisms and screening disease cohorts. Engage with leading scientists across three session tracks to learn from their experiences and explore the latest tools to advance your science.
The NextGen Omics Series UK features 4 outstanding programmes, bringing together Europe’s most successful omics research experts under one roof. The series provides an excellent networking platform which consists of key discussion topics in: Next Generation Sequencing & Clinical Diagnostics, Single Cell Analysis, Genome Editing and Digital PCR. PacBio will have a virtual booth at this event as well as a presentation and a roundtable panel discussion as part of the NGS & Clinical Diagnostics stream.
With instruction from experienced Core personnel and Iso-Seq analysis experts Dr. Liz Tseng, Principal Scientist at PacBio, and Dr. Ana Conesa, Professor at the University of Florida, this short course will provide a mixture of lectures and hands-on analysis to give participants an overview of the possibilities represented by full length transcript isoform sequencing with Iso-Seq.
Whether you’re an avid PacBio user or are interested in learning how highly accurate long-read sequencing, or HiFi sequencing, can help you answer your toughest biological questions, the PacBio Virtual Global Summit has something for you. Save the date and join us for this interactive event to connect with the worldwide network of scientists, sequencing experts, and bioinformaticians who are using HiFi sequencing to advance their research.
Join Oxford Global at the 5th Annual NGS & Clinical Diagnostics USA Congress 2019 to discuss the future of sequencing with key innovators from Pharma, Healthcare and Academia.
Join the PacBio Informatics Workshop at HGM 2019 and learn about the latest methods for PacBio sequencing of human genomes to comprehensively detect all variant types (SNVs, Indels, SVs, CNVs), and construct reference-quality human genome assemblies.
SFAF focuses on laboratory methods and computational tools used to help sequence, assemble, and finish genomes, including new sequencing technologies, which promise high-throughput results by sequencing more base-pairs per run at longer read-lengths.
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.
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.