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In situ Hybridisation Symposium 2013

10 Oct 2013 - 10 Oct 2013 - London, UK



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This technical workshop is dedicated to the discussion of in situ hybridisation (ISH), it's capabilites, difficulties and troubleshooting. 

This event will be an ideal place to network, establishing lines of communication for the future if you ever need help with setting up the technique and giving you short cuts to improving your results. 

Why you should come: This is a specialist meeting, with no other forum comparable internationally, as it is rare to have so many experts in the field, together in one room, giving you unrivalled access, all in one place. 

Who should attend: PhD students, postdocs, technicians and any scientists trying to set up ISH or already running it. 

Even experienced people who are interested in keeping up with the technique should be at this unique event.

This event has CPD accreditation

Contact:  enquiries@euroscicon.com, Ph: 07507 799380

Chair:  Dr Julia Jones, Cancer Research UK, Cambridge 




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