Learn from industry experts as they take on life science challenges ranging from designing agrigenomic applications to enhance food quality and improve productivity to developing and manufacturing mission critical components to support human healthcare.
Targeted, fast and effective sequencing-based genotyping to characterize with Flex-Seq
In this webinar, Dr. Leandro Neves, President and CEO of Rapid Genomics, now part of LGC Biosearch Technologies, will speak about the advanced sequencing capabilities of Flex-Seq™ and the tangible solution it delivers for next generation sequencing exploration of plants and animals.
Tools and partnerships for sustainably increasing rice production
Improving rice to withstand diseases, climate-related stresses and reduced inputs will contribute to food security and socio-economic benefits worldwide. Breeding for yield and resilience can be more efficient with molecular markers. This Webinar describes how partnerships were developed between academics, public sector rice breeders and a biotechnology company to develop, utilise and promote new molecular marker tools for rice.
Needle in a haystack - Detecting low levels of viral RNA in plant tissues
In this webinar, our expert speaker will share his approach for screening large numbers of samples for relevant viruses in a single workflow - including LGC Biosearch Technologies’ HybCap technology in conjunction with NGS - to develop broad-spectrum, high-throughput virus screening in horticultural crops.
Optimising DNA purification in plants for next generation sequencing applications
DNA purification is a key step in producing high-quality nucleic acids suitable for next generation sequencing (NGS) and a range of other downstream molecular genotyping techniques. Although NGS approaches are now commonly used in plant breeding programmes, the vast number of diverse plant species and their highly varied characteristics still make it difficult to purify DNA at the quality and scale required. LGC, Biosearch Technologies works with challenging plant sample types alongside customers as well as within our service labs to develop off-the-shelf and custom sbeadex™ purification workflows in tandem with our high-throughput extraction platform.
Application of Advanced genomics tools in aquaculture breeding programmes
Our changing climate and growing population challenge the world’s food supply, especially in aquaculture, which is more prone to problems associated with climatic variability. Innovative scientists are turning to advanced genomic tools to enhance the production efficiency, sustainability, product quality and profitability of aquaculture. They’re partnering with LGC, Biosearch Technologies to help optimise their workflows for maximum genetic gain using a modern agrigenomic approach.
Celebrating advances in agrigenomics with “SuperSheroes”: women scientists using technology to seed global change
In the COVID-19 era, maintaining food security and agriculture supply chain resilience have never been more critical, as are the technology choices to address these challenges. In this webinar, the spotlight is on three “SuperSheroes,” women scientists who are seeding global change in agriculture by championing modern genomics that promote sustainability, efficiency, and optimal breeding workflows.
KASP technology accelerates rice improvement in South Asia
Global rice production is increasing but there is diversity in productivity across Asia, with some regions suffering yield losses from disease, adverse weather and insufficient irrigation.There is opportunity for breeders to improve both abiotic and biotic stress response with an optimised approach for their varieties in the region.
As the countdown begins to the EU IVDR date of application, are you aware of which requirements will apply to all devices starting May 2022, and what products are impacted by the updated transitional arrangements?
Fighting antimicrobial resistance in sexually transmitted infections with targeted diagnostics
In this webinar, three experts in their fields discuss how they were able to combine their expertise to deliver a resistance-guided therapy approach for the successful treatment and management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), particularly in Mycoplasma genitalium.
Laboratory Industry Evolution: A Time of Transition and Transformation
In this webinar, Jane Hermansen, outreach and network development manager at Mayo Clinic Laboratories, will discuss how laboratory professionals have learned, grown and used the experience of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and technology to create better laboratories for the future.
Case Study: Deployment of High-Throughput SARS-CoV-2 Testing at UC Davis
Diverse components of the UC Davis campus have been mobilized to deploy HTP testing to provide a safe working environment and keep the pandemic under control. These efforts are being integrated with the Healthy Davis Together initiative, which is providing free testing for everyone in the City of Davis. The goal is to provide at least weekly testing combined with more frequent strategic testing. This requires rapid data analysis software that minimizes the time needed to accurately call, certify, and return results.
IVDR in light of the COVID pandemic: the near future of in vitro diagnostic testing
The COVID-19 pandemic created a paradigm shift in modern healthcare, where regulations, protocols, and mindsets had to be reworked in just a matter of months to keep up with the pace of the virus. In particular, the in vitro diagnostic (IVD) market experienced a dynamic never seen before: SARS-CoV-2 tests were developed at a record-breaking pace amid global supply shortages as labs struggled to keep up with unprecedented demand.
[Panel discussion] How to establish COVID-19 diagnostics and keep up with demand
To get a grip on this COVID-19 outbreak and flatten the curve of infection, extensive diagnostic testing is crucial. With the rapid increase in testing volume and the subsequent shortages on tests and components, ensuring adequate COVID-19 diagnostics has presented a real-life challenge for laboratories.
Rapid Response to the Coronavirus Outbreak: How Collaboration Meets the Challenge
As the outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, makes headlines on a daily basis, molecular diagnostic firms are rapidly responding by developing tests that assist in diagnosing the disease and support outbreak control.