Integrated Symbiology (iSYM) is an interdisciplinary research program at RIKEN, studying organism-organism interactions. High biological diversity, which is built on numerous organism-organism interactions, ensures natural sustainability for all life forms, including us.
We aim to understand how organisms interact with each other in the molecular level, revealing novel communication tools and controlling strategies developed by various life forms.
RIKEN International Symposium “Frontiers in Integrated Symbiology”
Venue: Tower Hall FUNABORI, 5th floor, small hall
Date: June 4th, 2018
Symposium Program ←Final version with abstracts updated!
Registration is open now! It can be made online.
-You can enter the small hall from 9:30AM.
-Please print out the program and bring it to the venue.
Mar 15, 2018 iSYM Innovation Seminar@Yokohama RIKEN
"Latest Capabilities & Future Directions of Long-read PacBio Sequencing"
Dr. Jonas Korlach, Chief Scientific Officer, PacBio
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PacBio Training was held at Yokohama RIKEN.
PacBio Sequel training was held for five days (4/11-4/17). The schedule of training included from sample preparation untill sequencing. During the training, there was also a bioinformatics seminar by PacBio Asia. I hope the training was fruitful for everyone. Attendees were from a variety of research fields in symbiology so it was also a great opportunity to get to know each other.
March 15th, 2018
Dr. Jonas Korlach