If you’re in the Boston area, don’t miss this Friday’s one-day symposium on genomics and computational biology at the Broad Institute. Organized by the Genomic Exchange Community, this geXc (pronounced “jexy”) event will bring together speakers from academia and industry to offer updates on everything from the microbiome and data analysis to genome modeling and population studies.
Sage is proud to be a sponsor of geXc Boston. Our own Jun Zhou, a senior scientist, will be giving a talk about using the HLS-CATCH method for targeted, long-range sequencing of large genomic elements. The event is free to attend and includes giveaways of an Oxford Nanopore MinION and an Apple Watch. We hope to see you there!