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2nd Annual Single Cell Genomics & Transcriptomics Asia Congress

07 Oct 2014 - 08 Oct 2014 - Singapore, Asia



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This congress will bring together experts in single cell genomics and transcriptomics for high level networking and discussion opportunities. Delegates will benefit from the opportunity to:

  • Meet with the key innovators working in single cell analysis. Previous attendees include: Principal Scientist, Pfizer; Professor, School of Biotechnology, Sweden; Executive Director, Sengenics Asia.
  • Discuss the latest innovations in single cell analysis and transcriptome assembly, including improved microfluidic technology and advanced methods for single cell isolation, sample preparation and data visualization.
  • Access unparalleled networking opportunities. The two-day congress format combines dedicated networking breaks, pre-organised 1-2-1 meetings and our popular drinks reception. The exhibition hall and poster presentation spaces offer a relaxed and professional environment for discussion.

The Single Cell Genomics and Transcriptomics Asia Congress will be co-located with the 4th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Asia Congress.

For further information, please visit http://www.singlecellasia-congress.com/ or contact Danielle Dalby on d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk



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