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Thank you for making our Agilent Seahorse XF Assay Tour such a success!

Measure what's important to your cells

Metabolism is key to understanding cell function

Our Seahorse XF Assay Seminar Tour was a huge success! We want to thank all of the visitors who attended and made it a memorable experience.

It was inspiring to see members of the "Seahorse" scientific community come together with an open mind to discover new technology insights. We're thrilled to be part of such an evolving field.

We're grateful for the opportunity to showcase our latest products and technology, and we hope that you found the event informative and enjoyable. We're always striving to innovate and improve, and your feedback is invaluable to us.

If you missed the event, don't worry! You can still get in touch with us to learn more about our products and services.


Vizgen sponsored Webinar on

Linking spatial and temporal profiling to clinical settings through advanced machine learning

Leveraging advancements in spatially resolved single-cell profiling, our study enhances understanding of glioma evolution and the complex tumor microenvironment. Through spatially resolved multi-omic analysis of glioma samples from different treatments and stages, we've mapped glioblastoma's architectural changes over time, highlighting mechanisms behind therapy resistance. Our use of array-based and in-situ transcriptomics across treatment types revealed key transcriptional programs related to resistance, showing significant inter-patient heterogeneity and unique resistance pathways in recurrent tumors. We identified  adaptations in the neural and immune microenvironment shifts post-immunotherapy, indicating mechanisms of resistance development. By integrating spatial transcriptomics and clinical data into graph-neural networks, we've created models predicting treatment responses, offering new insights for precision oncology.

  • 10. April 2024, 9:00 AM

MissionBio Webinar on

Confidently Validate Cancer Models for Precision Medicine

Genome editing as a tool to generate different combinations of mutations across clones, modeling cancer, has been widely adopted by researchers who are looking to recapitulate disease in a humanized model. However, CRISPR-induced gene editing can result in heterogeneous editing outcomes such as variations in zygosity, off-target effects, and co-occurring multiplex edits. In particular, measurement of multiplex gene editing has posed a challenge. Measuring these outcomes accurately cannot be done by traditional sequencing without lengthy clonal outgrowth steps and hours of computational work. 

Sepakers topics:

  • Discuss how single-cell DNA sequencing provided insights into the mutant-specific alterations involved in leukemic transformation from premalignant clonal hematopoiesis to AML
  • Share how they generated an integrated multi-recombinase (Cre, Flp, and Dre) tool (genetically engineered mouse models) for modeling reversible, sequential mutagenesis from premalignant clonal hematopoiesis to acute myeloid leukemia. 
  • Used single-cell DNA sequencing to model sequential mutagenesis and deterministically investigate mechanisms of transformation and oncogenic dependency in the context of clonal evolution.
  • Share thoughts/perspective on the importance of building disease models that can recapitulate human disease and how single-cell DNA sequencing can be a useful confirmation tool.
  • The utility of single-cell DNA sequencing for mutation characterization and DNA aberrations
  • How top academic and pharma institutions are leveraging single-cell DNA multi-omics to validate disease models

Robert Bowman, PhD

Assistant Professor of Cancer Biology
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

Matthew Cato
Vice President, Business Development @ Mission Bio

  • 15. April 2024, 5:00 PM
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Stay tuned for more upcoming webinars!

Webinar Replays

BBT Webinar (recorded on 9. April 2024) on

Cell Separation Advancements in Cancer Research & Therapy Development

Cell therapy leads medical innovation, offering promising solutions for cancer and autoimmune diseases by harnessing the body's immune system. Despite challenges like high costs and inefficiencies, recent breakthroughs are bringing these treatments closer to reality.

In this webinar, we'll explore how the MARS® Bar platform supports cell therapy development and cancer research. With its flexibility, scalability, and efficiency, it seamlessly transitions from research to commercial manufacturing.

Guest Speaker:
Kat Ginda-Mäkelä, Ph.D.

Director of Commercial Operations
Applied Cells

BBT Webinar (recorded on 5. March 2024) on

Live Cell Metabolic Profiling, the Potential of Agilent Seahorse Analyzers and Assays

Join us for the second instalment of our webinar series, focusing on the dynamic world of live cell metabolic profiling using Agilent Seahorse Analyzers and Assays. Building upon our previous Luna Cell Counters webinar, we'll guide you through the potential of Agilent Seahorse Analyzers, providing insights into unraveling the intricacies of metabolic processes within live cells. Discover how these advanced tools not only provide valuable insights into cellular energetics but also offer a streamlined approach, saving you time and resources. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the forefront of live cell metabolic profiling with Agilent Seahorse, presented by experts in the field.

BBT Webinar (recorded on 6. February 2024) on

In-depth look into the Luna Cell Counters

Join our webinar to delve into Logos Biosystems' Luna cell counters, featuring Luna-II and Luna-FX7 models, and discover their versatile applications and user-friendly design. Witness how incorporating a Luna cell counter in your lab can provide substantial advantages over manual counting methods, saving both time and money.

Upcoming Meetings & Exhibitions

Swiss Physiology Meeting 2024

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Swiss Physiology Meeting 2024!

  • Hochschule für Technik und Architektur, Fribourg, 3. September 2024
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ILMAC Lausanne 2024

Inspiring the Future of Chemistry and Life Sciences.

Stop by at our booth B153!

Ilmac has its origins in the Swiss trade fair for international laboratory, measurement and automation technology in chemistry, which has been held since 1959. Today, the chemistry and life science brand networks the industry both physically and digitally.

With its value proposition “Inspiring the Future of Chemistry and Life Sciences”, it encourages the development of new ideas and solutions and presents trends and innovations from research and industry at significant locations such as Basel and Lausanne.

  • Expo Beaulieu Lausanne, 18. September 2024 – 19. September 2024
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Thank you for visiting us at these recent Meetings

iPSZürich 2024 Symposium

In 2019, the iPSZürich network was launched by three enthusiastic young scientists with the goal of fostering connections and collaborations in the field of induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-based research across various disciplines and institutes at the University of Zurich (UZH) and ETH Zürich. Today, our team comprises four early-stage researcher and one experienced senior researcher who are dedicated to cultivating cross-institutional collaborations and enhancing the network among junior scientists engaged in iPSC research in Zurich.

  • Zürich, 4. April 2024 – 5. April 2024
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World Immune Regulation Meeting 2024

WIRM 2024

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

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 2024, being big enough to learn from other disciplines and small enough to personally meet the experts.

  • Davos, 13. March 2024 – 16. March 2024
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Lausanne Omics Days 2024

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.

In 2024, omics will not only be GENomics so we decided we should rename the event Lausanne Omics Days

  • Univ. Lausanne – Genopode Building – Dorigny, 22. February 2024 – 23. February 2024
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LS2 Annual Meeting 2024

"Exploring the Wonders of Life

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

  • Univ. Lausanne, 14. February 2024 – 15. February 2024
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ILMAC Basel 2023

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.

  • Messe Basel, 26. September 2023 – 28. September 2023
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Basel Spatial-Omics Meeting 2023

We are pleased to invite you to the upcoming Basel Spatial-Omics meeting on September 7th 2023 at the Pharmazentrum Basel.

  • Pharmazentrum Basel (Klingelbergstrasse 50, 4056 Basel), 7. September 2023
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Swiss Physiology Meeting 2023

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Swiss Physiology & Ion Channels and Membrane Transporter Joint Meeting 2023 which combines two LS2 sections!

  • UniS of the University of Bern , 6. September 2023
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Annual Congress of the Swiss Society for Microbiology (SSM) 2023

We are pleased to invite you to the upcoming annual congress of the Swiss Society for Microbiology on August 30-31, 2023 at Lausanne University Hospital CHUV, in Lausanne.

  • University Hospital CHUV, Lausanne, 30. August 2023 – 31. August 2023
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ISREC-SCCL Symposium 2023

The 2023 ISREC-SCCL Symposium will present an excellent opportunity to hear the latest results from and interact with exceptional cancer researchers, in the context of invited talks, short talks selected from proffered abstracts, and posters. Topics to be covered include all of the hallmarks of cancer, with a focus on tumor immunology and mechanism-guided therapies. We envision an inspirational gathering.

  • SwissTech Convention Center, Lausanne, 21. August 2023 – 24. August 2023
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