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Why Single Cells?

Thank you all of you for attending our very succesful seminar in Bern recently. It was our pleasure to meet you as well as discuss your current research activities! Feel free to contact us if you have any follow up questions or feedback to share. 

Stay tuned for our upcoming Seminars!


Logos Biosystems Webinar on

Automated Cell Counting: Achieving higher throughput and accuracy from the bench to the cleanroom

This in-depth webinar will demonstrate how to maintain automated cell counting accuracy, achieve higher throughput, and facilitate everything in between.

Tim Steppe, PhD, applications specialist, with Logos Biosystems will explore several applications from CAR-T cell therapy development, to single cell sequencing using the LUNA-FX7™ Automated Cell Counter.

Plus, learn how the LUNA-FX7™, with the added 21 CFR-compliant CountWire™ system, can be incorporated into development and production processes for labs in a highly regulated environment.

  • 26. May 2022, 4:00 PM
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MissionBio Webinar on

Bringing a New Standard of Clarity to Solid Tumor Research With Single-Cell Genomics

A major challenge to combating cancer is the dynamism and inherent heterogeneity contributing to the disease's onset, progression, and relapse. In the enormous efforts to identify the factors underlying these factors, bulk sequencing is widely used, but the need for unmasking the underlying genetic diversity across cell populations remains unmet.

Join us for a live webinar to learn how single-cell DNA sequencing can bring a new level of clarity to research in solid tumors, such as breast cancer, by providing insights into the clonal architecture, mutation co-occurrence, and rare mutations driving tumor progression and therapy resistance.

Dr. Jorge Reis-Filho of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will share the strategies for characterizing intratumor heterogeneity and evolutionary trajectories in cancers at the single-cell level and present his latest findings in breast cancer research. The webinar will also dive into the science behind the Tapestri single-cell sequencing platform and the latest advances in single-cell DNA sequencing.

  • 16. June 2022, 5:00 PM
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Agilent Flow Cytometer Webinar

Flow Fundamentals

With the three main types of cytometry analyzers on the market: conventional flow cytometry, mass cytometry, and spectral flow cytometry; conventional flow cytometers are still the main stream instrumentation serving the life science research community. 
We are crafting this lecture around the key components of traditional flow cytometers to help enriching our understanding of the basic principles, as well as introducing key technological advancements for modern day flow cytometers.
This lecture has some great tips for anyone who would enjoy the process of understanding basic principles in order to gain solid foundational power to maneuver constant evolving technologies of life science research.  It will be an excellent introductory course to open more doors for deeper exploration of complex world of single-cell based analysis.

The webinar will cover the topics:

  • Basic flow
  • Compensation and voltages
  • Parts of a Flow Cytometer and what they do
  • Applications and what can be measured by a flow cytometer
  • How Flow can benefit your lab/research

Jenny Zhang, PhD

FAS Manager
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

  • 27. June 2022, 7:00 PM
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Vizgen sponsored Webinar on

Investigating Cellular Targets in Narcolepsy and Other Arousal-Based Disorders with Single-Cell Spatial Transcriptomics and Optogenetics

In narcolepsy, sleep attacks and state instability are caused by the loss of orexin/hypocretin neurons in both animals and humans. However, the cellular and circuit mechanisms by which orexin/hypocretin neurons contribute to consolidated arousal and wakefulness remain unclear.

In this webinar, Roberto De Luca, neuroscientist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, will describe newly revealed long-range and local circuitry that provides a new framework for understanding how pathologic loss of orexin/hypocretin neurons results in the inability to maintain consolidated wakefulness in narcolepsy and suggests a novel cellular target for treating a wide range of arousal-based disorders.

Using a combination of in vivo optogenetics, in vitro optogenetically-based circuit mapping, and single-cell transcriptomics, De Luca and colleagues demonstrated that orexin/hypocretin neurons contribute to arousal maintenance through indirect inhibition of sleep-promoting neurons of the ventrolateral preoptic nucleus (VLPO).

Webinar learning objectives:

  • Define the neuronal circuits that modulate the VLPO in sleep and wakefulness.
  • List the key populations in the VLPO that have a pivotal role in sleep and wakefulness.


Roberto De Luca, PhD
Neuroscientist in the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Department of Neurology
Harvard Medical School

  • 30. June 2022, 7:00 PM
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Bucher Biotec Webinar on

Exosomes – Carriers of future Diagnostics and Therapeutics

Multi-level visual Characterization of Exosomes and other Extracellular Vesicles

Extracellular vesicles (EVs), such as exosomes, are nano-sized particles secreted by all cell types. Because of their ability to transfer a wide variety of biological cargo from donor to recipient cells, EVs have the potential to exert potent effects on target cells or serve as potential biomarkers in disease detection.

In this joint-webinar with NanoView Biosciences and ONI you will learn about the importance of precise and detailed visual characterization of single EVs and exosomes using state-of-the-art, cutting-edge technology.

Alex Shephard, Ph.D.
Senior Application Scientist at NanoView Biosciences

Ricardo Nunes Bastos, Ph.D.
Director Business Development at ONI

  • 7. December 2021, 10:30 AM

Upcoming Meetings & Exhibitions

Lausanne Genomics Days 2022

Please note that the Lausanne Genomics Days 2022 conference has been postponed!

New date: 16. / 17. June 2022

The Lausanne Genomics Days is a 2-days international conference meant to share advances in genomics and their impact on biological research, applied to a wide range of topics.

Stop by at our Booth, it will be our pleasure to discuss your specific research requirements!

  • Univ. Lausanne – Genopode Building – Dorigny, 16. June 2022 – 17. June 2022
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World Immune Regulation Meeting 2022

WIRM 2022

Immune Activation, Effector Functions and Immune Tolerance with a special focus on Autoimmunity and Allergy

As ever, immune regulation is the hottest issue in basic and clinical sciences. There is no doubt that we need to get together and share our new findings in an inspiring environment. With an outstanding list of speakers in this field, WIRM will be one of the key scientific event of the year 2022, being big enough to learn from other disciplines and small enough to personally meet the experts.

Please stop by at our booth 108 for a refreshment and in order to discuss your specific requirements.

  • Davos, 6. July 2022 – 9. July 2022
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2nd Workshop on

Next Gen Organ-on-Chip & Organoids

Raise your profile in the Organ-on-Chip & Organoids Community

The Next Gen Organ-on-Chip & Organoids workshop is a two-day event bringing together decision-makers from the pharma & biotech industry, clinicians, organ-on-Chip suppliers, regulatory experts, and research organizations. Structured around keynote presentations from selected speakers, the workshop offers members of the OoC community a chance to gather and discuss:

How to accelerate the translation of advanced in-vitro models into clinical and drug development applications.
How to develop innovative products or services based on groundbreaking technologies.
How to overcome barriers associated with the adoption of new methods and technologies in a regulated environment.

  • Campus Biotech, Geneva, 23. August 2022 – 24. August 2022
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Swiss Physiology Meeting 2022

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Swiss Physiology Meeting 2022 of the LS2 Physiology section!

The conference is planned as an on-site meeting, with all necessary measures to ensure a safe meeting.

Please stop by at our booth!

  • UniS of the University of Bern , 6. September 2022
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ILMAC Lausanne 2022

Since 1959, ILMAC has been the sole Swiss industry fair for chemicals and life sciences that depicts all the industrial applications in process and laboratory technology. As a user-oriented trade fair, ILMAC is geared to experts in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biotechnology, food, drinks, cosmetics and others.

  • Expo Beaulieu Lausanne, 28. September 2022 – 29. September 2022
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Thank you for visiting us at these recent Meetings

LS2 Annual Meeting

Stop by at our Booth 31, it will be our pleasure to discuss your specific research requirements!

It is our pleasure to invite you to the LS2 Annual Meeting 2022 on the topic “Life Sciences in the 2020s: quantitation, integration and prediction", held on 21. / 22. April 2022, together with the Young Scientists' Satellite on April 20, 2022 in Zurich, at campus Irchel of the University of Zurich.

The LS2 Annual Meeting brings together scientists from all nations and backgrounds to explore the large spectrum united under the umbrella of Life Sciences.

  • Campus Irchel Zürich, 21. April 2022 – 22. April 2022
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Festival of Biologics 2021

Biologic drug discovery, development, manufacturing, pricing & market access.

The Festival of Biologics brings together pharma & biotech, academics and research institutes, together with their partners across the value chain.

Across antibodies, immunotherapy and biosimilars our participants share research, create new partnerships, and tackle the clinical trials, manufacturing and commercial challenges involved in bringing new therapies to market.

Visit us at our Booths 63 and 64

  • Congress Center Basel, 9. November 2021 – 11. November 2021

ILMAC Basel 2021

ILMAC is Switzerland’s leading trade fair for experts from more than 20 different branches of industry. Roughly half the visitors to ILMAC come from the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. In addition, mechanical, plant and apparatus engineering professionals, and also laboratory and biotechnology experts similarly use ILMAC as a contact platform.

Stop by at our Booth B163

  • Messe Basel, 19. October 2021 – 21. October 2021
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Swiss Physiology Meeting 2021

Plenary speakers of the meeting will be:

  • Prof. Ralf Brandes (Vascular Research Centre. Frankfurt am Mainz, DE)
  • Prof. Miriam Stoeber (University of Geneva, CH)

Another highlight is the awarding of the Young Investigator Award by the "Stiftung Physiology" (former Oetliker Foundation) to the best posters & best talks!

The conference is planned as an on-site meeting, with all necessary measures to ensure a safe meeting.

  • Hochschule für Technik und Architektur Fribourg, HES-SO, 6. September 2021
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Single Molecule Localization Microscopy Symposium 2021

Please stop by at our booth and we will be happy to discuss your specific research needs.

  • Rolex Learning Center, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, 31. August 2021 – 2. September 2021
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Genomics Live 2020

Genomics Live is Europe’s leading conference designed to deliver diagnostics and digital technologies into the clinic.

  • Congress Center Basel, 10. November 2020 – 12. November 2020
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