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Miseq Seminar

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Join a MiSeq Seminar – find out how you can win a MiSeq run!

Find out how the Illumina MiSeq® personal sequencer can empower your research through its simple, integrated workflow. From rapid sample prep through automated data analysis, you’ll see how the MiSeq system delivers the fastest, most accurate results for the widest breadth of applications. Sequencing doesn’t get any easier than this.

In conjunction with the seminar we are running a competition where one lucky winner can win the star prize of two runs on a MiSeq. Find out how to enter this competition by attending a seminar. By registering online, you will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPod Touch 64GB.

DATE : 14th November 2012 TIME : 2pm SEMINAR LOCATION : Department of Pathology, Cambridge University

Organised by Cambridge Genomic Services Array & Sequencing Core Lab based in Pathology Contact: Emily Clemente

MiSeq Competition The Illumina MiSeq Competition offers entrants the opportunity to win one of five prizes. The 1st prize awarded consists of two runs on a MiSeq, including Nextera Sample Prep, an iPad, a bottle of champagne, a $250 iStore voucher and an Illumina mug! There will be four runner-up prizes distributed regionally throughout the UK. These prizes consist of one run on a MiSeq including Nextera Sample Prep, a $100 iStore voucher and an Illumina mug! *The winner can choose one of the following:  Nextera DNA Sample Preparation Kit  Nextera XT DNA Sample Preparation Kit
  • This competition is open to entrants based in the UK & Ireland.

All entrants of the MiSeq Competition will receive a $10 iStore voucher and an Illumina mug!

Questions? Please contact your Illumina sales representative. Jane Hadlington

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