Spatial Biology Days 2024

Join us at spatial biology workshops and seminars across Europe

Discover new workflows for spatial omics that can give greater context to your cancer and
tissue research - from open multiplexed tissue imaging to spatial insights with AI!

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About the Events

Transforming tissue research with spatial omics workflows

Join us for exciting programs that could feature scientific talks, networking sessions, product introductions, hands-on demonstrations, or user case studies. The format of each event will be different, offering a unique experience, so please check the individual locations below for more details.

Whatever your location, you will learn:

  • How automated open multiplexing of tissue sections allows you to get a complete map of your biomarker panel expression from hundreds of carefully validated antibodies
  • How spatial cell profiling, such as spatial proteomics, supports the characterization of immune cell response and how AI-based analysis can help identify different cell types in their spatial context on your sample.
  • How AI guided laser microdissection can extract pure material down to single cell level and preserve spatial context for downstream omics.

UPCOMING EVENTS

PARIS, FRANCE
 

23 May, 2024

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MADRID, SPAIN
 

4 - 6 June, 2024

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BASEL, SWITZERLAND
 

30 September - 01 October, 2024

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Don’t see an event near you?

We’ll be adding more events throughout the year so check back soon! Alternatively, if you’d like to talk to us about organizing an event in your city, please contact us.

Free resources

Methods to Improve Reproducibility in Spatial Biology Research

Learn how Cell DIVE multiplexed imaging, validated CST antibodies, and automation from ASLS, deliver reproducible spatial biology results across samples, in a proven workflow.

VIEW CASE STUDY

The Power of Spatial Biology: A Microscopy Guide

Discover how spatial biology methods in microscopy can be used to elucidate complex biological mechanisms – with insights for cancer research, neuroscience and immunology.

DOWNLOAD EBOOK

Multiplexing with Luke Gammon: Advance your Spatial Biology Research

Learn about some of the challenges of multiplexed imaging and how to overcome them, including processing large amounts of data, as well as the role of AI in the future of multiplexed imaging.

LISTEN TO INTERVIEW

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