Wednesday, October 17
Tech-nol-o-gy (tìk-nõl'o-jé) n., pl.-gies 1.The application of science, especially to industrial or commercial objectives
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Explore available next generation screening platforms as presented by sequencing leaders. An unparalleled opportunity to compare and contrast these next generation sequencing platforms to best suit your research needs.
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Exploring Next Generation Sequencing
Platforms, Applications, and Case Studies
October 17-18, 2007
Renaissance Providence Hotel • Providence, RI
New choices in commercially available DNA-sequencing platforms has resulted in a flurry of activity which has energized the
sequencing community and, more than ever before, encouraged new interest in the field. The once thought elusive goal of “The $1000 Genome” is rapidly becoming a reality. However, each next generation sequencing platform best lends itself to specific sequencing goals. Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Exploring Next Generation Sequencing offers an unparalleled opportunity to
compare and contrast these next generation sequencing platforms to best suit your research needs.
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Scientific Advisory Committee
Herbert Auer, Institute for Research in Biomedicine
Mary Ann Brown, Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Shelley Ann Des Etages, Pfizer Inc.
Eric Fedyk, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.