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NECyto recap and contact info

Thanks to all who attended NECyto 2019 as a registrant, vendor, or speaker, it was a great day (if you don’t mind a little wind…). Some of the slide decks have been posted on the meetings page, some will not … Continue reading

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NECYTO2019!

One day until the 2019 NECyto user group meeting! The agenda and speaker list can be found under Meetings>2019, or direct link here: https://newenglandcytometry.com/meetings/2019-new-england-cytometry-users-group-fall-meeting/ Please note that we will again hold registration in the Atrium of 100/200 Technology Square, like … Continue reading

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2019 NECyto Registration is live!

With just over 6 weeks to go before the NECyto User Group fall meeting on October 17th, registration is now live! The link is at the bottom of this message, but a few items of note for our vendors: –Vendor … Continue reading

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Talk titles for NECyto 2019

Optimist: Glass is half full.  Pessimist: Glass is half empty.  Cytometrist: glass starts out half empty, but is full by the end of the sort! October 17th will be upon us soon, and I know you are all eager to … Continue reading

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2019 CYTO and NECyto

Hello flow users! I hope to see some of you at CYTO in Vancouver in a few short weeks. One of the workshops there will be “Assuring Rigor and Reproducibility for use of Mass Cytometry in Clinical Research”, if you … Continue reading

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42nd annual course in Cytometry

The 42nd annual course in Cytometry is being held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from June 8-13. Participants will attend lectures and hands-on activities, with topics including: Building a Flow Cytometer Flow Cytometry Data Acquisition Next Generation Cell Sorting: New … Continue reading

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Prey should be CRISPR

Maybe more time in the flame spurts… (can you tell my class this semester is gene editing and DNA repair?)

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