Virtual Events
Because Science Never Stops, we continue to bring you webinars via the power of online digital and the Virtual Learning Webinar Series. For researchers based in Europe, the Middle East And Africa (EMEA) register to attend our webinar events live at a EMEA friendly time zone, or scroll down to find all of our on-demand recordings!
Upcoming Virtual Events
Researchers share their research experience using GeoMx® & nCounter® technologies
nCounter® Expression Analysis with Panel Grant Winners: Studies in Colitis and Breast Cancer Research
Hear from your peers who are using the panels in their research and learn what impact the data gathered has on their studies, and where their projects may lead next. Dr. Maria Magnusson from University of Gothenburg, Sweden won the Myeloid Innate Immunity Panel with her project: Mucosal resolution and healing in patients with ulcerative colitis. Dr. Mohamad Ali from Uppsala University, Sweden won the Tumor Signaling 360 Panel with his project: Dissecting the regulatory network mediating TGFβ-induced EMT and cell cycle arrest in breast cancer.
Spatial Biology and Molecules that Count from Institut Gustave Roussy
Join us at the GRI seminar, at the opening of the new IGR spatial capabilities, at the core facility, with the GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler. Hear from users about their results obtained with the Cancer Transcriptome Atlas and the Whole Transcriptome Atlas. Learn more about high plex gene expression in bulk and in situ analysis.
New Approaches for CAR-T Cell Therapies: Technology Symposium featuring GeoMx® spatial profiling and nCounter® CAR-T Characterization
Join this webinar to hear from Marco Ruella, MD & Ryan J. Golden, MD, PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, as they share new ways of spatially profiling CAR-T in solid tumor and proof of principle data utilizing the CAR-T Characterization panel and customized transgene Panel Plus for molecular profiling of apheresis, final CAR-T product and transgene inserts.
New product Announcement!
A Brief nCounter: nCounter® Stem Cell Characterization Panel | View NOW
Join this Brief nCounters 5 min virtual experience with the scientist who designed the panel as he shares his insight into why he built it, and what it can do. Explore the shared resources to learn more about how this new panel can be used to evaluate viability, confirm functionality and determine pluripotency.
Call Stem Like You See Them. Enhancing Stem Cell Research with the NEW nCounter® Stem Cell Characterization Panel
Deeply characterize and optimize your stem cell development with the nCounter® Stem Cell Characterization Panel. This panel measures the eight essential components of stem cell biology. Evaluate viability, confirm functionality and determine pluripotency with a single robust, automated, and reproducible assay. Assess stem cell health during production and easily detect contamination to quickly optimize cell culture conditions and expedite your research.

Total (Spatial) Transcriptome Takeover
In this series, each week the research area focus will highlight projects using the Cancer Transcriptome Atlas and the Whole Transcriptome Atlas.
Charting the immune response against cancer to discover key cell types and predictive biomarker
Now On-demand (Register above to view)
Exploring spatial biology of mouse models with the Whole Transcriptome Atlas
TUESDAY May 11 2021, 10AM BST / 11AM CEST
Resolving the transcriptome across the kidney architecture to understand disease
TUESDAY May 18, 2021, 10AM BST / 11AM CEST
Pushing the limits with advanced [immune] applications with the Whole Transcriptome Atlas
TUESDAY May 25 2021, 10AM BST / 11AM CEST
Virtual Events On-Demand
Missed one of our events? Watch them on-demand below.
Also access selected On-Demand events by application HERE.


Molecules into Medicines:  Medicines Discovery Catapult (MDC) introduce the GeoMx® technology into its biomarkers imaging capability
The Medicines Discovery Catapult recently invested in the GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler to complement their biomarker imaging capabilities. Listen as they share how they have applied Spatial Biology to help answer key translational questions in Drug Development, and how MDC can support your research endeavors too. | View On-demand Access Passcode: Qv!39fM0
Spatial Answers Trilogy
Spatial Answers in Oncology | Learn about reconstructing colorectal cancer tumorigenesis with spatial transcriptomics - Noel De Miranda. And hear about the transcriptomic evolution of radiologically progressing prostate cancer - Vasilis Stavrinides, MD | View On-demand
Spatial Answers in Immunology | Learn about gene expression changes in situ, induced by Covid-19, in the central nervous system - Susanne Krasemann, MD, PhD. And learn about Spatial Biology with NGS read out in Immunology Research - Michelle Naughton, PhD | View On-demand
Spatial Answers in Neuroscience | Find out about the advancements in schizophrenia - Phillip Khaitovich, PhD, and human Focal Cortical Dysplasia - Joan Liu, PhD. | View On-demand
nSolver Data Analysis

Basic Analysis | Learn how to use nSolver for Gene Expression Panel Data Analysis | View On-demand

QC & Advanced Analysis | Learn about QC parameters, normalization strategies, Advanced Analysis and sample and gene annotations | View On- demand Access Passcode: ?%85y=Lk

Advanced Analysis | Learn about analysis set up, Heatmaps, Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Normalization | View On-demand Access Passcode: =14$vgp7

More Advanced Analysis | Learn about Data Normalization and Differential Expression Analysis with the Advanced Analysis Module | View On-demand Access Passcode: vZ+4kL1r

GeoMx Software Demo

The Basics | Take a tour through the GeoMx Software, and also covers the basics of GeoMx DSP Technology | View On-demand Access Passcode: Uk!1Uwi4

A Deeper Dive | A thorough introduction of the GeoMx Technology & Software | View On-demand

Showcasing Whole Transcriptome Atlas data | Learn how specific tissue structures like glomeruli and tubuli can be specifically selected and how the resulting data can be analyzed in a live demo of the GeoMx data analysis software | View On-demand Access Passcode: 2k.$GwAF

Showcasing Cancer Transcriptome Atlas Data on Colorectal Cancer | See how you can use the GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler to study Colorectal cancer with the Cancer Transcriptome Atlas: From ROI selection to data analysis | View On-demand Access Passcode: *2jgQ&QH


Rudy Van Eijsden, Senior Manager Product Application Scientist, NanoString: The GeoMx® Whole Transcriptome Atlas (WTA) enables spatially resolved transcriptomics for comprehensive profiling RNA expression over 18,000 genes in human and over 21,000 genes in mouse with spatial resolution in any region of interest from a single tissue section using the GeoMx DSP instrument. Access Passcode: V#e2y4G5

Nottingham Trent University invites Researchers to attend this Virtual Event on occasion of the opening of their newly installed GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler (DSP). Featuring Prof. Sergio Rutella, John van Geest Cancer Research Centre who will present his Leukemia based results using the GeoMx® DSP.

GeoMx & nCounter combined in a single event

Dr Jenna Gregory, University of Edinburgh and Dr Joan Liu, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology share how they have applied gene expression (nCounter) and spatial profiling (GeoMx DSP) studies to their neuro-focused research.

Hajar El Ahanidi, Faculté de médecine, Département de pathologie et immunologie and Stéphanie Tissot, PhD, Immune Landscape Laboratory, Center of Experimental Therapeutics, CMU share how they have applied gene expression (nCounter) and spatial profiling (GeoMx DSP)  studies to their immunology-focused research. Access Passcode: *2E2.H&y

Jim White, Associate Director of FAS, EMEA, NanoString: What was learned in 2020, and the challenges that 2021 brings.

The Best of 2020: View the top events from last year

Dr. Omer Bayraktar, Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK: Learn how spatial information obtained with NanoString’s GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiling solutions, with read-out on Illumina sequencing systems, can lead to novel insights about biological systems.

Joseph Beechem, PhD, NanoString US: You have all the individual information from your single cells. What does all this RNA and single-cell RNA sequencing information tell you within the tissue context?

Experience automated or customized region of interest (ROI) selection based on the true biology of the sample. From tumor and microenvironment down to the single cell resolution, flexible selection allows you to get to answers faster.
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