Dr. Robert Bowers, from the Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (JGI), described new technologies applied to investigate microbial function in extreme environments, at the Labcyte Genomics Symposium. Learn about the latest single-cell and metagenomics projects on diverse environmental samples such as deep ocean, sub-sea floor hydrothermal vents, geothermal hot springs and sub-glacial la...
Dr. Andy Breakspear, from the John Innes Centre in Norwich, UK, explained the objectives of the Engineering Nitrogen Symbiosis for Africa (ENSA) project and the Crop Engineering Consortium (CEC) at the Labcyte Genomics Symposium. Take a tour through the Crop Engineering Consortium’s high-throughput pipeline for creating nitrogen-fixing cereal crops.
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 transport of drug molecules is mainly determined by the distribution of influx and efflux transporters for which they are substrates...
This application note demonstrates the use of an HTRF Methyltransferase Assay to assess the methyl transferase activity of histone modifying protein SET7/9...
Dr. Paolo Piazza, section leader for Library Prep and Process Improvement at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, at the Oxford Genomics Centre, spoke at the Labcyte Genomics Symposium about automated solutions for sequencing facilities.
A “canvas” of yeast emerges from the acoustic droplet ejection robot... Droplets fly vertically from a well containing liquid cultures of yellow, blue, and black pigment, producing yeast onto an inverted petri dish.
Dr. Chris Bakal, Team Leader at the Institute of Cancer Research in London, spoke at the Labcyte Genomics Symposium about the benefits of high-content screening for phenotypic profiling and functional genomics.
Disruptive technologies often face hurdles in gaining acceptance and adoption in an already busy marketplace. This session will be instructive in developing a clear product, company message and commercialization strategy, which are “must haves” to successfully commercialize an advanced technology that will revolutionize health care and precision medicine, in particular.
Liquid handling plays an integral part in the Biotechnology industry, since a major part of daily lab operations for testing, research, or production relies on the efficient transfer of samples and reagents to designated containers.