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Nanopore Sequencing: a technology talk

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Nanopore Sequencing is a single molecule, real-time, direct, electrical method of determining DNA sequence. During this talk, Stuart Reid will describe the range of cross-disciplinary technological developments that came together to deliver the world’s first commercially available nanopore sequencing device, the MinION.

About the speaker Stuart Reid is Senior Director of Development at Oxford Nanopore. Stuart is responsible for delivery of the company’s nanopore-based sensing platforms and applications into the marketplace. He joined Oxford Nanopore in 2006, with a particular interest in biophysical systems and signals analysis, following a DPhil in Physics (Bionanotechnology) from Oxford University. He has been instrumental at all stages of the product development cycle, from the fundamental science and invention, though specification, implementation and optimisation to delivery into the marketplace.

This talk is part of the IOP East Anglia Branch Applied Physics Seminars series.

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