nCounter Panel Grant for Baylor University
Does your research involve gene expression analysis?
If so, apply today for our nCounter® Panel Grant at Baylor University! From now until Saturday, December 10, 2022, we are inviting researchers working at Baylor to submit your gene expression research abstracts (500-words only) for a chance to win 12 samples of the nCounter panel of your choice. Should you know anyone interested, feel free to invite them to apply too!
Grant closes on Friday, December 10, 2022.
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The nCounter® platform provides a simple and cost-effective solution for multiplex analysis of up to 800 RNA, DNA, or protein targets. Accelerate your research with just 15 minutes total hands-on time without amplification, cDNA conversion, or library prep, and generate publication-ready figures in ~24 hours
Translational research and biomarker discovery has never been faster! NanoString has a broad portfolio of expertly curated, ready-to-use Gene Expression Panels. Each multiplex panel contains up to 770 genes and is customizable up to 30 additional unique targets. All nCounter gene expression panels are sold in increments of 12 reactions.
Learn more about panel options and the nCounter® platform below:
- Winner will receive 1 nCounter panel of their choice & Nanostring reagents needed to run the panel free of charge
- Panel already available and on-shelf (no custom design permitted)
- The samples will be run at the Baylor College of Medicine GARP Core
- Grant submissions must be received by 11:59 PM CT on December 10, 2022
Terms and Conditions:
Publication of Project Results:
Upon project completion, the grant winner agrees to participate in at least one of the following activities relating to the specific project, with specific details of the applicable activity to be mutually agreed upon in good faith by NanoString and each winner: webinar, case study, blog post, or poster presentation. Each winner agrees that NanoString shall have the right to publicly announce the winner’s name and research topic and use anonymized data from the winner’s project in application notes including in marketing materials and seminars
Eligibility and Requirements:
The grant winner will receive one nCounter® Analysis System panel of their choosing and all reagents needed to run the panel free of charge. To be eligible to win the grant of the nCounter gene expression panel, applicants must be actively enrolled or employed at Baylor University in a capacity in which they perform life science research and have the ability to ship and analyze samples within 45 days of award notification. The grant winner must be age 18 or older. Members of the immediate families of NanoString employees and directors, and persons living in the same household as such persons, are ineligible for this grant. The grant winner will provide 12 samples of biofluids, tissue, PBMCs, or lysates. The grant winner shall be chosen by NanoString in its sole discretion, and it will evaluate the submissions on criteria including feasibility of the project, potential influence of the researcher, originality of the project, and the potential for future projects related to the submitted entry.
The samples will be run at the Baylor College of Medicine GARP Core. The facility may assist in project design, advice on sample preparation and workflow, but will not be responsible for any experiment by itself and result analysis.
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