PAG is the largest ag-genomics conference in the world. It brings together over 3,000 leading genetic scientists and researchers, and over 130 exhibiting organizations. Visit PacBio at booth 511 to learn how SMRT Sequencing provides the tools to characterize entire ecosystems with confidence.
Join us and meet the analysis experts from the PacBio community and share your bioinformatics experience! The conference provides a forum for brainstorming ideas with software developers, users, and bioinformatics community. The conference will take place following PAG 2020. Registration for PAG is not required.
This year ASHG has gone virtual! We’ll be on hand to introduce the new Sequel IIe System as well as our latest applications using highly accurate long reads (HiFi reads), and you can hear about how long-read sequencing helped identify novel genetic variations as part of the Genomic Answers for Kids study, as well as pioneering work around single-cell isoform analysis in the nervous system.
The G10K Community of Scientists is a consortium of leading scientists representing research centers, zoos, museums, and academic institutions from around the world and is dedicated to coordinating international efforts for large-scale sequencing and analyses projects. The EBP is a consortium of independent partner institutions that have the common goal of sequencing and annotating the genomes of all 1.5 million known eurkaryotic species (animals, plants, fungi, protozoa and other microbes).
Attend and get the latest updates on: (1) Whole genome sequencing for de novo assembly and variant detection; (2) Transcriptome sequencing to determine full length transcripts and get a complete view of transcript diversity; (3) Generating new insights into how microbial communities function with full-length 16S rDNA and shotgun sequencing for metagenomic profiling.
Join scientists from PacBio and members of the UWBC as they update you on the latest SMRT Sequencing applications and capabilities.
The meeting will assemble leaders in the field, together with junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students, to discuss new, cutting-edge developments in the study of all aspects of microbiome research.
A chapter meeting of ABRF, bringing together leaders in core disciplines to provide a vision of what can be done and insights toward making further progress in the present.