Our annual NGS-CN Workshop is on the way!For those who can’t make it to the on site internal part in Tübingen, NGS-CN Workshop will have an external hybrid part (14th April) between 9:45 and 14:00 REGISTRATION is free of cost and via QR on the poster or via the link.
The seminar aims to provide insights into the latest technologies in scRNAseq and multiomics, which are essential to understand gene regulation and single-cell heterogeneity. The program includes an introduction to single-cell multiomics with the BD Rhapsody™ analysis system, insights from the system in real-life applications, and exploring COVID-19 at a single-cell resolution. The speakers areContinue reading “BD Single-Cell Multiomics Day – Join us on 21st March in Bonn and Online!”
The “Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Gen-Diagnostik e.V.” will be hosting their next annual meeting in Bonn and virtual, on October 06-07. The AGD Annual Meeting is dedicated to topics that have particular potential to improve diagnostics and therapy. This conference offers exciting talks from pioneers in blockchain health applications, great opportunity for interdisciplinary networking, and tasty food!Continue reading “Annual AGD Meeting 2022: “Genomic Health and the Blockchain””
This workshop is aimed at researchers from all areas of the life sciences who are interested in NGS technologies and data analysis. Young scientists are particularly welcome. The workshop includes an open Q&A session with the experts of the NGS-CN. The agenda is attached to this mail. Please use following link for registration:https://tu-dresden.zoom.us/meeting/register/u50ud-GhpzkjH9PhAOtKOM6rR1ogvrfAe2Lv For moreContinue reading “Next Generation Sequencing Competence Network (NGS-CN) Workshop; Registration is open!”
25-26 of April 2022, Seminaris Hotel in Bad Honnef : A symposium addressing the future significance of NGS-based omics technologies. Please see here for more info & registration https://decoi.eu/decoi-presents-genomics-beyond-covid-19-in-germany/
Within the current funding initiative on next generation sequencing (NGS) of the Senate of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation), the DFG invites, in its fifth round, proposals for projects in which sequencing will be carried out at DFG-funded competence centres for next generation sequencing at the universities of Bonn/Cologne/Düsseldorf, Dresden, Kiel, and Tübingen.Continue reading “The 5th call of DFG for sequencing costs in projects is open!”