Virchow 2.0 partner Singleron Biotechnologies is launching a new single cell knowledgebase and offering a 1-year FREE subscription to the winner of their upcoming 1-week hackathon. More info here.
Registration deadline: 12.09.2022
´first-come-first-serve’ basis, limited to 20 participants from industry or academia
Leave No Cell Behind: Advanced Single Cell Sequencing Technologies
Time: 2:00 pm (CET)
Singleron Biotechnologies, associated partner of Virchow 2.0, is inviting you to a live web seminar on April 28th. The presentation will outline several innovative approaches in single cell analysis which remove some of the current limitations in the field – including capturing and preservation of the widest range of cells (including those sensitive to degradation), and use of time-resolved transcriptomics.
Speaker: Dr. Julie Laliberte leads the R&D team at Singleron. She has over 10 years of product development experience and NGS products at Takara Bio, Progenity, and Swift Biosciences. She is also the inventor of over 10 patents.
Spatially Resolved Transcriptomics Early Access Opportunity
Resolve Biosciences, associated partner of Virchow 2.0, is providing two Molecular Cartography RNA profiling opportunities to support scientists from the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC), the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) who hope to advance their innovative research through spatial genomics.
To learn more about the technology and this opportunity, watch the on-demand web seminar:
Subcellular Spatial & Contextual Transcriptomics
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The Virchow 2.0 open call for innovative collaboration project ideas opened on 2 November 2021. Submission deadline was 12 December 2021.
38 applications were submitted to the Virchow 2.0 open call and evaluated by external, international reviewers.
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