News from the Centre
The new MyScope SEM
The new MyScope module (badged as FEI) has been launched at an education event with 300,000 children in Washington, DC.
Check it out here: http://myscopeoutreach.org
The module is targeted at school children, so is separate to the other modules many of you will be familiar with. It's spectacular and I encourage you all to share it with friends.
Tue, 14 Feb 2017
Mon, 13 Feb 2017
CMCA Seminar Series
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These seminars are free and all interested researchers and industry partners are welcome to attend. Seminars generally will run for a maximum of 45 minutes, with a Q&A following. You are welcome to join us for refreshments afterwards.
Changing the definition of sequencing
Presented by Dr Gurpreet Kaur, Field Application Scientist (Genomics), Millennium ScienceTuesday 28th February 2017
1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Technology and Application2.00 pm - 2.15 pm Break2.15 pm - 3.15 pm Genome workflow10X Genomics meets the critical needs for long range, structural and cellular information, with an innovative system that transforms short-read sequencing technologies. The Chromium TM System supports comprehensive genomics and high-throughput single cell transcriptomics with its innovative reagent delivery system, set of algorithms and turn-key software analysis tools enabling the discovery of previously inaccessible genetic information at massive rate and scale (including phased structural variants, phased single nucleotide variants, and dynamic gene expression of individual cells).
This seminar will review the 10X Genomics technology and key applications as well as the Genome workflow.
Location: Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Seminar Room 272 (contact concierge on arrival)
For more information contact:
Helle Christophersen - Email: email@example.com
19th International Microscopy Congress
9 – 14 September 2018 | ICC Sydney
The Australia Microscopy and Microanalysis Society extends a warm invitation to attend the 19th International Microscopy Congress to be held 9–14 September 2018 in the stunning new International Convention Centre in the heart of Sydney.
An outstanding scientific program is planned, led by world-renowned plenary speakers that will showcase exciting new developments in microscopy and also demonstrate the transformational role of microscopy in underpinning a range of physical and life sciences.
Sydney is renowned for its stunning harbour setting, temperate climate and rich arts and dining scenes. Explore the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge and experience myriad unique Australian experiences.