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Lab Informatics at PITTCON 2017: Beyond Yesterday’s LIMS
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Learn about the key trends and developments in the informatics space at Pittcon 2017.

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AGBT 2017: A Big Small Meeting
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Themes discussed at February’s AGBT 2017 – held across the peninsula in Hollywood Beach while its traditional home is being renovated – focused on the latest developments in NGS technology and the growing interest in single cell analyses.

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Creating Space for Innovation in Lab Informatics
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Explore some of the key themes, challenges, and opportunities from Smartlab Exchange 2017.

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Clinical Data Trends, Issues and Developments
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Learn about how you can keep up with increasingly complex, vast data sets clinical data sets.

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Zooming-In On Connectomics: From Neural Networks To Synapses
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New practical approach facilitates brain mapping from the level of the synapse up. Lead Author Julian Ng, Ph.D, describes the new methods pioneered in his recent paper and the impact it will have on the new field of connectomics.

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Big Genetics in BC: The American Society for Human Genetics 2016 Meeting
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Themes at this year's meeting ranged from the verification, validation, and sharing of data, to the translation of laboratory findings into actionable clinical results.

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Historical Data and the New LIMS
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Buying a new LIMS? Read on to learn how to tackle the perennial problem of historical data.

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Automated Low Volume Dispensing Trends
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Gain a better understanding of the current and future market requirements for fully automated LVD systems.

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How it Works: Advanced Data Analysis Using Visualization
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Visualisation of data can be used to help molecular biologists tackle the vast datasets their experiments create.

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Integrated Omics Analysis
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Studying multi-omics promises to give a more holistic picture of the organism and its place in its ecosystem, however despite the complexities involved those within the field are optimistic.

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