HSE•AG will be at AGBT in Orlando, FL, USA from February 12–15, 2018

The Genome Partnership is hosting the “Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT)” conference in Orlando, FL, USA, from February 12–15, 2018.

The conference

AGBT defines itself as “the preeminent genome science and technology conference where top global researchers, leaders and innovators meet to announce new discoveries, cutting edge breakthroughs and to collaborate”.

The AGBT is an excellent forum to meet the genomics research community and to be inspired by new ideas. This important networking center enables researchers, leaders, and innovators to encounter innovative discoveries in DNA sequencing technologies and to find out about the latest experimental and analytical approaches for genomic studies.

The agenda

Daytime plenary sessions with talks from invited speakers, as well as abstract-selected talks, delve into cutting-edge breakthroughs and address the latest advances in genomics research. The evening session looks at experimental and computational approaches that allow for effective use of the latest DNA sequencing technologies.

According to the agenda of AGBT 2018, renowned Professors such as Yaoqing Shen, British Columbia Cancer Agency, and GiWon Shin, Stanford University, will be giving talks and presenting their results. For more information, see the AGBT speaker list.

About HSE•AG

Hombrechtikon Systems Engineering AG (HSE•AG) has been at the leading edge of lab automation for 20 years. HSE•AG was founded in 2017 in Switzerland as a spin-off of the former Automation Solutions Department at QIAGEN.

With this proven track record, the company is committed to developing automated systems that enable science and technology to evolve and accelerate your next breakthrough. A prerequisite for this is application-centric development of integrated systems.

HSE•AG customizes innovations to specific customer needs and provides support at the interface of systems engineering and in vitro applications. HSE•AG’s track record in applications and technologies such as next-generation sequencing, PCR, capillary electrophoresis, liquid handling, and sample preparation enables the company to successfully handle the complexities of workflow automation.

Meet the HSE•AG team at AGBT in Orlando, FL, USA to discuss your topics. To set up a meeting or for more information, please contact us.

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Posted by Patrick Widler