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Connecting More Learners to Genomics through Teachers

138 views | 5 months ago

At Illumina, we are on a mission to bring genomics into the classroom, and we know that educators are the way to inspire more students. In June 2018 we welcomed Biology teachers from around San Diego...

Katie S: A Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) Success Story

907 views | 6 months ago

Katie Lendrum shares her personal journey of deciding to have a child after her husband, David, who was diagnosed with motor-neuron disease (MND), also referred to as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,...

Illumina's iRefer program

236 views | 6 months ago

Subscribe to the Illumina video channel http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=IlluminaInc A global genomics leader, Illumina provides comprehensive next-generation sequencing solutions...

Nextera Flex for Enrichment: Simple, Fast, and Flexible

524 views | 6 months ago

Nextera Flex for Enrichment is a fast and flexible enrichment solution. It’s also a complete end-to-end targeted resequencing solution. Learn how Nextera Flex for Enrichment can meet your research needs...

Genomics, part 1

293 views | 6 months ago

At Illumina, we are committed to inspiring the next generation through STEM education. We aim to motivate students to learn about their DNA, and to encourage educators to introduce genomics into the...

Illumina Employees Share Unique Referral Stories

607 views | 6 months ago

At Illumina, we know that some of the best talent comes from referrals made by our innovative employees. We’ve updated our iRefer program to ensure we maintain a strong pipeline of talented candidates...

ミュンヘン白血病研究所: NGS を利用して白血病やリンパ腫の新たな洞察を獲得

57 views | 6 months ago

さまざまな種類の白血病やリンパ腫の5,000名の患者を全ゲノムシーケンスし、最終的に疾患の基礎を理解するという目標について、ミュンヘン白血病研究所(MLL)のTorsten Haferlach博士が説明します。研究チームがNovaSeq™ 6000 システムのフローセルと拡張性を活用してこれまで以上に研究を拡大させている様子をご覧ください。 イルミナ株式会社 jp.illumina.com

The Elephant in the Room: The Curious Case of the Elephant Superpower | Adventures in Genomics

51109 views | 7 months ago

The clear majority of the Human Genome is non-coding. Although those billions of bases do not specifically encode genes, there are many hidden sequences whose job is to dial up and dial down the activity...