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Join us for a virtual, interactive Q&A with Thermo Fisher Scientific leadership
 
Featured webinar: Introducing powerfully simple digital PCR by Thermo Fisher Scientific
Date: November 18, 2021
Time: 9:00 a.m. PT

Featured panelists from Thermo Fisher include:
  • Kim Caple, vice president and general manager, Genetic Sciences
  • Santhosh Nair, vice president and general manager for qPCR, Genetic Sciences
  • Vinod Mirchandani, vice president of Research and Development, Genetic Sciences
  • Paul Hung, senior director and general manager, Genetic Sciences

With the ability to accurately, precisely, and consistently quantify nucleic acids, digital PCR (dPCR) is a growing technology across oncology, biopharmaceutical manufacturing, and cell and gene therapy, among other areas. That's why we've expanded our portfolio to include innovative dPCR technology—the Applied Biosystems™ QuantStudio™ Absolute Q™ Digital PCR System. This powerfully simple platform was developed with ease of use and accurate, reliable data generation in mind.

In this webinar, hear from customers that have successfully adopted the QuantStudio Absolute Q dPCR system's simplified workflow to help drive innovation and deliver results. A live Q&A session will follow, featuring a Thermo Fisher leadership panel who will discuss the benefits of this new technology and how it complements our existing portfolio of next-generation sequencing (NGS) and real-time PCR (qPCR) products. Attendees have the option to submit questions before the event or ask them live via the webinar chat.

Register today to learn more about powerfully simple dPCR »
 
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