The UMGC provides genomic technologies and services to researchers and clinicians at the University of
Minnesota and to external academic and industry scientists throughout the U.S. and internationally.
EventsJoin Illumina for office hours on Monday, January 30th, from 10am – 2pm in CCRB lunchroom atrium. Schedule some time with Illumina experts to discuss how we can support your genomics project whether you are new to next-generation sequencing, or have questions on any step in the workflow from library preparation, to sequencing, or data analysis. We are available to help further your research with the power of the genome.
December 9, 2022
EventsFrom large-scale sample acquisition and processing, to fragile or dying cells that are easily damaged during handling, many ambitious Single cell studies face frustrating logistical issues. Fixed RNA Profiling was developed to overcome these challenges, allowing you to preserve biology at the point of collection. In our upcoming seminar, we’re focusing on sample prep for this new assay.
October 26, 2022
EventsSingular Genomics will present the capabilities of the new G4 sequencing instrument to the UMN research community, and the latest data on a wide variety of research applications like RNA-Seq and Single Cell RNA-Seq. The G4 is an innovative benchtop sequencing platform with novel, high-performance chemistry, and advanced engineering optimized for speed and flexibility.
October 18, 2022
EventsNiedernhofer Lab (iBAM) will present on how cellular senescence is implicated in the accumulation of fibrosis and progressive liver dysfunction with aging and disease. To characterize liver senescence in normal and diseased liver, they compared two spatial transcriptomics platforms, Nanostring GeoMx and 10X Genomics Visium.
October 12, 2022
NewsThe UMGC Innovation Lab, in collaboration with the Biosensing and Biorobotics Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has developed an automated microinjection robot for Drosophila embryos that has the potential to dramatically increase the scale at which microinjection can be performed.
September 22, 2022
EventsIt’s back! After a three-year hiatus, the UMGC is bringing the genomics research community back together to celebrate our 10th annual GenoFest. This event provides updates on emerging trends in genomics technologies, future plans for our core facility, and application solutions for UMN researchers. Join us on Friday, October 7th, for a combination of UMGC presentations, technology presentations, lunch, a genomics resource fair, and networking opportunities.
September 6, 2022