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qPCR & Digital PCR Congress 2014

20 Oct 2014 - 21 Oct 2014 - London, UK



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Building on the success of the first meeting, the 2014 qPCR & Digital PCR Congress will have more speakers and expanded coverage of developments in dPCR while also addressing the key advances in qPCR.

We are delighted that our new speakers include Stephen Bustin, Professor of Allied Health and Medicine, Anglia Ruskin University, UK and Jim Huggett, Science Leader, Nucleic Acid Metrology, Molecular & Cell Biology, LGC Genomics, UK. Also returning to address the congress are Anders Ståhlberg, Senior Scientist, Department of Pathology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden and Valerie Taly, Group Leader/CNRS researcher, CNRS/Université Paris-Descartes, France.

The Agenda for London 2014

Day One: 20 October

Stream 1 – Digital PCR Strategies & Application Case Studies – Clinical Applications

Stream 2 – qPCR Strategies & Application Case Studies

Day Two: 21 October

Stream 1 – qPCR & Digital PCR Case Studies

Stream 2 – Plant & Food Case Studies

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Register here www.globalengage.co.uk/qpcr/Register.html




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