The Current Trends in Biotechnology, the 5th Life Sciences Research Conference took place at the Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Dubai Campus
The Life Sciences division of Scientechnic, participated in the Current Trends in Biotechnology conference organised by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education. Apart from the product portfolio of the division, an engaging lecture delivered by Dr. Bhupinder Hundle, Director Sales - Oxford Nanopore Technologies (UK) were the highlights of the conference. The lecture which focused on the principles of third generation Nanopore Sequencing Technology and its applications was followed by a discussion on the aspects of utilising the power of third generation sequencing in forensics, clinical genomics and molecular research in the region.
The event was attended by delegates with varied expertise within the Life Sciences industry and students of Biotechnology.
Oxford Nanopore Technologies makes high performance, novel DNA/RNA sequencing technology that is accessible and easy to use. Its novel, electronics-based DNA/RNA sequencing technology is being used in more than 80 countries, for a range of biological research applications. These include large scale human genomics, cancer research, microbiology, plant science and environmental research.
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