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Below is a list of our past webinars. Simply register and watch on demand.
Utilizing a Multiomics Approach for New Insight into Ancestry Effects on Genetic Immune Responses

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How a multi-omics approach can be used for immunogenomic research
  • How low pass whole genome sequencing can be applied for cost-effective and accurate population-level ancestry research
  • Overcoming lpWGS analysis challenges with Gencove and BGI’s powerful integrated solution
More Insight for The Practical Guide to RNA Data Visualisation and Analysis: Everything You Need to Know to Get to Publication Ready Results!

In this webinar, our in-house Field Application Scientist Bailing will give a highly practical overview of everything you need to know for effective RNA data analysis, including:

  • Standard workflows
  • Useful software tools and databases
  • How to create common analysis visualisations using BGI’s own Dr. Tom Data Analysis Platform
Using Quantitative Proteomics for Biomarker Discovery Research: Choosing the right approach and best practice for study design

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why mass spectrometry based proteomics offers advantages over other techniques.
  • The main differences between different quantitative proteomics techniques including stable isotopic labelling and label-free quantification.
  • Best practice and practical guidance for how to design and set up a quantitative proteomics experiment or research project.
  • Real world case studies for how quantitative proteomics is used for biomarker discovery research.
Introducing a Simple and Intuitive Multi-Omics Data Visualization System for Efficient Analysis and Discovery: 'Dr. Tom'

Dr Tang will give a comprehensive introduction and live demo of the Dr. Tom system, showcasing some of its key functionality and advantages.

Unravelling COVID-19 Complexity: Sequencing Strategies and Solutions for SARS-CoV-2 Research

What Will You Learn from This Webinar?

  • What we know of the genetic diversity of the virus from evolutionary analysis
  • Current SARS-CoV-2 databases and resources
  • Common challenges in infectious disease genomics research
  • Practical guidance regarding coverage and sampling protocols for relevant sequencing solutions, including:
    • whole genome sequencing
    • single cell sequencing
    • metagenomics sequencing
  • How sequencing can be applied for vaccine development, drug R&D and clinical research.