[Computational-biology] ELRIG Next Generation Sequencing - Nov 23rd 2010

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Tue Nov 2 12:36:00 EST 2010

Next Generation Sequencing,  Technologies and Applications  
FREE 1 day conference and trade show at Hinxton Hall, Cambridge, UK, on 23rd November 2010
Speakers will include:
Keynote Speaker:  Ultan McDermott, Sanger Institute: Integrating Complex Genomic Datasets and High-throughput Cancer Cell Line Screens: Linking Drug Response to Molecular Signatures
Geoff Smith, Illumina: Towards Affordable Human Sequencing - the Illumina Sequencing Platform 
Tim Harkins, Life Technologies: Proton Sequencing to Achieving 99.99% Accuracy: Recent Advances in the Life Technologies Sequencing Portfolio    
Robin Thomas, Roche Diagnostics: GS FLX Improvements and GS Junior First Results   
Zhenyu Xuan, University of Texas: Opportunities and Challenges in Bioinformatics with Development of New Sequencing Technologies
Giorgio Valle, Cribi, University of Padova: SOLiD Analysis of Transcription Profiles
Phil Robinson, KBioscience: Developments in DNA Shearing, Emulsion PCR and High Throughput SNP Validation Technologies for Next Generation Sequencing
Christiane Hertz-Fowler, Liverpool University: Implementation of Modular Automation to Support Next Generation Sequencing in a University Core Facility
Chris Detter, LANL: Next Generation Sequencing Applications for Microbial Genomics

For more information  << visit the ELRIG website >>
This event is FREE to Attend. For your complimentary conference pass  << click here to register >>
Exhibition space is still availale  << click here to book >>
ELRIG Events in 2011
15th March 2011
Advances in Cell Based Screening Technologies
Hinxton Hall, Cambridge, UK
22nd June 2011
Bioprocessing - Research and Development 
Hilton Hotel, Liverpool, UK

7th & 8th Sept 2011
Drug Discovery 2011
Manchester Central, Manchester, UK

8th November 2011 
Regenerative Medicine
Hinxton Hall, Cambridge, UK

Be sure to book your complimentary place today: 
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