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Oxford Nanopore 19h
Tune into our Knowledge Exchange* on 21st Feb with Phill James and Botond Sipos to learn more about nanopore : *Community logon required
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Earlham Institute 22h
For our Women in Computing series, we talked to Dr Yuxuan Lan who is working on a funded project to create a user friendly tool for real-time analysis of data. Read her story:
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Oxford Nanopore 21h
Are you attending the next week? If so, we invite you to join us for a breakfast workshop on the 18th February. Talk with scientists already working with nanopore sequencing. Book your place here for free:
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Oxford Nanopore 22h
We spoke to about his work using on cancer cell lines ahead of his webinar on 28th Feb, read the interview here:
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 15
Last chance to submit an abstract for ABRF -- today is submission deadline day: Don't forget, we can support with bursaries:
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Dr. Laura Boykin Feb 14
Charles Kayuki is an unsung hero on the team. He does EVERYTHING with our runs. I have never done the extraction, library prep or the loading of the flow cells. He does it, and he trains others in kiswahili.
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Arwyn Edwards Feb 14
On a flying visit to Austria to catch up with Birgit Sattler. Rude not to squeeze in some englacial of lampenflora algae growing deep inside a glacier at 3200m
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Ben Temperton Feb 14
Replying to @nanopore
Given the day, it should really say: Roses are red My MinKNOW is green. This is the best virome run That I've seen.
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Ben Temperton Feb 14
Well that looks like the start of a nice marine virome run.
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Oxford Nanopore Events Feb 14
. will be sharing the latest nanopore technology updates at London Calling 2019. Tickets available at the limited price of £699+VAT until 15th March, have you got yours?
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 14
's transcriptomics webinar starts in half an hour — be sure to tune in!
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Daniel Depledge Feb 14
Excited to share our latest publication in in which we describe the use of direct RNA nanopore sequencing to characterise the complexity of a viral transcriptome!
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Andrew Beggs Feb 14
Tom Nieto talking about based HLA typing to the lunchtime pizza meeting (apparently streamed around the world!)
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 14
Get to grips with expression analysis with our bioinformatics tutorial:
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Dr. Amanda Warr Feb 13
Tulip assembles And so does Canu But have you tried wtdbg2?
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Clive G. Brown Feb 13
Release v0.6.0-alpha.1 · nanoporetech/medaka · GitHub
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James Chong Feb 13
Very smoothly! Nothing like watching very small volumes of blue dye dancing across your desk while you’re having lunch! I thoroughly recommend it. Software worked really well and ability to image/“measure” the volumes being added and removed is utter magic!
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 13
Are you registered for 's transcriptomics webinar tomorrow? If not, sign up here:
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James Chong Feb 13
First VolTRAX V2 test run going rather smoothly...
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 13
Read how can be used in the comprehensive and routine analysis of leukaemia samples:
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