Discover what’s new in spatial biology | Nijmegen
Kick off the new year by joining our upcoming seminar at Radboud University next February 9th.
As the pioneer in the field of spatial biology, NanoString enables scientists across the globe to map the universe of biology with three different systems, the nCounter® Analysis System, the GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler (DSP) and the CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI) platform. As a result, scientists can see the multiomic expression of genes and proteins in the natural context of tissue structure with GeoMx DSP or protein analysis with CosMx SMI.
Participate in this seminar and learn how our end-to-end solutions that are simpler, easier, faster and relevant to today’s life science challenges thus extending our understanding of biology to answer previously unsolvable questions with consistent, reliable results.
This event is designed to be introductory and educational, so please come with any questions that you may have.
10.45 Welcome & Opening by Adile Acarkan, Regional Account Manager
11.00 ‘Mapping the Universe of Biology with NanoString‘, Amanda Mason, Field Application Scientist, NanoString
11.45 Q&A session and networking
Project discussions can be booked by contacting Adile Acarkan.
The CosMx™ SMI and decoder probes are not offered and/or delivered to the Federal Republic of Germany for use in the Federal Republic of Germany for the detection of cellular RNA, messenger RNA, microRNA, ribosomal RNA and any combinations thereof in a method used in fluorescence in situ hybridization for detecting a plurality of analytes in a sample without the consent of the President and Fellows of Harvard College (Harvard Corporation) as owner of the German part of EP 2 794 928 B1. The use for the detection of cellular RNA, messenger RNA, microRNA, ribosomal RNA and any combinations thereof is prohibited without the consent of the President and Fellows of Harvard College (Harvard Corporation).