The John Innes Centre in Norwich, UK, presented information about the Engineering Nitrogen Symbiosis for Africa (ENSA) project at our recent Genomics Symposium in Edinburgh. The aim of the projects, according to Dr. Andy Breakspear, is to integrate the molecular pathways from legumes into cereal crops for better affordability and sustainability.
The team at SelectScience covered our Genomics Symposium in Edinburgh, providing summaries of the great talks presented by our customers. This is the first of a series of posts with links to those summaries. Each contains a link to the full presentation video hosted by SelectScience.
If you are attending the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, April 1 - 5, stop by and see us at BOOTH #2614!
The recent PMWC Silicon Valley event held in late January at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, boasted 10,000 attendees and 1,500 speakers. Topics at the event ran the gamut from patent and law policies, economics and emerging technologies to clinical enablement and genomic data analysis. One of our favorite sessions was an onstage discussion between Alex De Winter of GE Ventures and our CEO, Mark Fischer-Colbrie. Titled “How to Commercialize Technologies that Advance PM,” their conversation focused on Labcyte’s path to monetization and commercialization in the realm of precision medicine.
We’re delighted to share with you the announcement of our Genomics Symposium San Diego 2017 — designed for scientists who want to learn more about the possibilities of acoustic liquid dispensing in genomics. Featuring guest speakers Rob Knight (University of California, San Diego), J. Colin Cox (Genentech), Rebecca Lee-Lu (Dow AgroSciences), Michael Smanski (University of Minnesota), and Lily Fitzgerald (Ginkgo Bioworks), our event titled, “Miniaturize, Accelerate and Maximize Your Research,” will be held at the Estancia La Jolla Resort on Thursday, March 23, 10:00 AM – 8:30 PM.