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APR 25
Sequencing Seminar
Tartu, Estonia
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Next Generation Sequencing is transforming our understanding of genomics, driving new research, and helping to improve human health. Now it's easier than ever to be a part of this scientific revolution.

Illumina has a complete portfolio of next-generation sequencing systems for every study, every lab, from MiSeq to HiSeq and including our latest addition, the NextSeq 500 system - the desktop sequencing system offering everyday high-throughput sequencing at a price that makes sense.

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MAY 02
Sequencing Seminar
Norwich, United Kingdom
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Join us at the School of Environmental Sciences, UEA to learn how Illumina sequencing solutions can be integrated into your research. 

We will give an overview of our latest sequencing platforms, library preparation solutions and applications with a focus on metagenomics and RNAseq.
The seminar will include networking opportunities, providing an opportunity to talk with both your peers and the Illumina team.

Attendance at this seminar is free.

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MAY 05
Heidelberg User Group Meeting
Heidelberg, Germany
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Please join us at our 2014 User Group Meeting (UGM) in Germany on Monday 5th - Tuesday 6th May. 2014 is an exciting year for Illumina, with the introduction of the HiSeq X Ten, we are enabling the first 1000 Dollar human genome. The addition of the flexible NextSeq 500 to our portfolio opens new paths to transcriptome, targeted gene panels, exome and even whole genome sequencing. BaseSpace onsite provides a turnkey bioinformatics solution without cloud connection. Throughout the year we will launch an upgrade for the HiSeq 2500 enabling higher throughput at lower cost and reduced run time. We will increase the read length on HiSeq Rapid Mode to 250 basepairs. And, last but not least, we are announcing the NeoPrep as the first integrated library prep automation solution coming directly from Illumina.

During the UGM we will provide you with all the details around the new instruments, the new library prep solutions and services. High-level scientists will present their findings and experiences using our platforms, assays and technologies. You are invited to come to the UGM to discuss experiences, common issues and exciting new methods with your peers and with us - your Illumina team.

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MAY 07
BaseSpace Worldwide Developers Conference - EMBL Heidelberg
Heidelberg, Germany
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BaseSpace — Illumina's end-to-end genomics, cloud-based and now on-site, bioinformatics platform for next-generation sequencing

In this free one-day forum, you will learn how to build and launch your own bioinformatics apps on BaseSpace. Impact the growth of genomic understanding in the scientific community by introducing your BaseSpace App.

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MAY 13
Counting on Illumina Seminar Series - Application Focus: RNA-Seq
London, United Kingdom
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The session will begin with an introduction to sequencing, including a review of Sanger Sequencing, the evolution of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and details of many of the key terms relating to the field.  

 We will then provide a general overview of our portfolio, including the NextSeq 500, before focusing in on expression analysis leveraging NGS. This will encompass an in-depth look at RNA-Seq, including library preparation and informatic considerations/options, key issues when transitioning from microarrays, and options for single-cell transcriptomics.

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MAY 14
Counting on Illumina Seminar Series - Application Focus: RNA-Seq
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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The session will begin with an introduction to sequencing, including a review of Sanger Sequencing, the evolution of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and details of many of the key terms relating to the field.  

We will then provide a general overview of our portfolio, including the NextSeq 500, before focusing in on expression analysis leveraging NGS. This will encompass an in-depth look at RNA-Seq, including library preparation and informatic considerations/options, key issues when transitioning from microarrays, and options for single-cell transcriptomics.

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