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Spatial Biology US: In-Person

15 - 16 September 2022 |

Boston, USA

15 - 16 September 2022

Boston, USA

Connecting global academic & research organisations as well as pharma representatives for high-level discussions on the latest innovations in spatial research & technologies.

30 Jun 2022
Thu, 30 June 2022

Comprehensive Spatial Phenotyping: Mapping the Tumor Microenvironment at Scale with a 100-plex panel

Presented by Dr. Avik Mukherjee, Technical Applications Scientist, Akoya Biosciences

13 Oct 2022
Thu, 13 October 2022

Upcoming NextGen Omics Samplix Webinar

Presented by Samplix

09 Nov 2022
Wed, 09 November 2022

NextGen Omics UK: In-Person


Genomics Sequencing with Oxford Global Logo Overlay
Written Q&A
Miao-Ping Chien, Principal Investigator at Erasmus University Medical Center and Oncode Institute, explains what the Berlin meet has to offer and outlines her predictions for the future of spatial technology.
23 June 2022
Spatial Biology
Insight Article
Edited by Oliver Picken |
22 Jun 2022
Genome Editing
Discussion Group Report
Edited by Oliver Picken |
27 May 2022
NGS & Clinical Diagnostics


Insight Article
Long Read DNA Sequencing has the potential to help diagnose several diseases and disorders. Recent advancements mean that long-read sequencing is no longer an expensive, low throughput, error-prone process.
22 June 2022
Discussion Group Report
Our November 2021 Discovery Series discussion group focused on the current uses and potential of multi-omics bioinformatics.
27 May 2022
Discussion Group Report
Our April 2022 Omics Series discussion group focused on the potential and future of single-cell proteomics.
25 May 2022
In this Commentary article, we investigate the application of new research techniques to inspecting genomic data for the presence of de novo variants - genetic alterations present for the first time in one individual as a result of a variant inherited from a parent. Used in combination with data from the 100,000 Genome Project, these techniques could reduce the time taken for patients to receive a diagnosis for rare genetic diseases.
16 May 2022

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