BGI will be at PAG 2019 in San Diego

BGI will be at PAG 2019 in San Diego
We’re getting ready to head to San Diego!
Come say hello on booth #105 to learn how we can support your Plant and Animal research with our world-class sequencing services.
We will be showcasing new products, including a greatly expanded line of services from our DNBseq™ technology platform, and host an educational seminar for your inspiration.


Be Inspired!

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At our Workshop

Attend our educational workshop to be inspired by new NGS technology and recent advances in plant and animal research from leaders in the field.

Examples of NGS-Enabled Plant Research:
Recent Advances and the Value of Big Data

Monday, January 14, 4:00 – 6:10PM
Snacks and beverages will be provided.
Royal Palm salon 5-6


Shelley Lumba, PhD
Assistant Professor,University of Toronto,Toronto

NGS Applications in Translational Research to Cannabis and African Parasitic Weeds


David Fang, PhD
Research Leader,ASDA-ARS, New Orleans

Whole genome sequencing of a MAGIC population identified genomic loci and candidate genes for major fiber quality traits and Envoke® herbicide tolerance in cotton


Zhikang Li, PhD
Professor,Institute of Crop Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences

Shaping the population and genomic architecture of Asian cultivated rice (Oryza sativa L.) through domestication and modern breeding


Shifeng Chen, PhD
Senior Scientist,BGI Genomics

The promise of Big Data in Plant Phylogenomics for Agriculture and medicinal plant research


More Inspiration

from BGI Scientific Presentations at PAG

A chance for you to meet our scientists when they present their work, building on a rich tradition of scientific contribution to the field of Genomics.

Scientific Workshop

Pacific Salon 1Monday, Jan 14, 6:20PM Evolution of Marine Mammal Genome Xin Liu, BGI ResearchWesley Warren, McDonnell Genome Institute at Washington University

Other BGI Talks and Posters

Abstract BGI Author Title
W375 Guangyi Fan Chromosome Level Genome of Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin (Sousa Chinensis) reveal its Chromosome Evolution and Population Feature by Re-Sequencing
W947 Yu Guo Sequencing Reveals the Origins of Domesticated Barley in Tibet
W920 Shanlin Liu Genome-Wide Signature of Adaptive Evolution in the Rhinocerotidae


We Sequence, You Discover.

We offer a complete line of NGS services to support your academic research or commercial plant and animal R&D projects. From single sample to large-scale population studies, we are at your service!

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