Latest On-Demand Webinars & Online Events
Scaling Non-Viral Cell Therapy Approaches for Solid Tumor Treatments
In this webinar, speakers from PACT Pharma Inc. and Thermo Fisher Scientific discuss how modular instrumentation platforms can enable automation and standardization of the end-to-end manufacturing workflow, from cell isolation and activation to genetic modification and expansion.
Effective Nuclei Isolation From Tissue for Single-Nucleus Sequencing
In this webinar, we present a standardized workflow solution, including easy and automated nuclei extraction and isolation for reproducible single-nucleus sequencing analysis.
Predictive Toxicology: Organ-Chips Demonstrate Superior Performance to Animal Models and Spheroids
To explore how this challenge might be approached, 780 human Liver-Chips were analyzed to determine their ability to predict drug-induced liver injury caused by small molecules.
Explore Rapid Assembly of Gene Fragments Using Enzymatic DNA Synthesis
Nelly Lourenço, from DNA Script will discuss how oligos on demand can accelerate innovation by effectively enabling assembly of the full 720bp GFP gene using EDS oligos via polymerase chain assembly.
Innovations in Disease Modeling 2022
This inaugural online symposium will explore the tools and techniques being used to study diseases in the lab. Focus will be given to cell culture, organ-on-a-chip and organoid models, as well as, how innovations are enabling researchers to elucidate the underlying biological mechanisms of disease and support diagnostic and therapeutic development.
Protein Biomarker Models for Oncology Risk Assessment and Treatment Monitoring
In this webinar you will learn how the power of large-scale proteomics can be leveraged for multiple divergent applications in the field of oncology.
Mammalian Synthetic Biology: Foundations and Therapeutic Applications
In this webinar we are joined by Ron Weiss, Professor of Biological Engineering at MIT who is widely acknowledged as one of the founders of synthetic biology.
Mapping Gene Expression Signatures in the Heart and Lungs of Patients with COVID-19
These technologies can help identify new strategies to enhance myocardial repair and regeneration through target validation and manipulation.
T Cells in COVID-19 – Translating Research Findings Into Clinical Options
Analysis of SARS-CoV-2-specific T cells is important in understanding their role during acute disease and in long-term protection. Find out about some of the tools used in T-cell research and the promise they show as a cell therapy for COVID-19.
Unlocking Plant 3D Genome Architecture With Pore-C Sequencing
In this webinar, New York University’s Dr. Jae Young Choi will discuss how to perform Pore-C sequencing in plant species to generate chromosome-level genome assemblies and map chromatin interactions to identify candidate enhancer‒gene interactions.