Upcoming Webinars

Decoding Antibody Discovery—The Future of Next-Gen Biologics


12/13/2022
This GEN webinar, our subject matter experts, Dr. Christian Olsen and Dr. Nimesh Joseph from Dotmatics, will provide an overview of current trends in monoclonal antibody research and discovery and how science and technology are converging to create cutting-edge workflows designed to drive innovation and breakthroughs in the largest biologics therapeutic class today

mRNA Synthesis Considerations for Vaccine and Therapeutic Development


12/09/2022
In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific, our guest speaker will address the key considerations for mRNA synthesis that help accelerate the development of mRNA vaccines and therapeutics.

Improving Biologics Production Economics with Rapid Cycling Chromatography


12/06/2022
In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Sartorius, our expert presenters will tell us much more about how membrane-based RCC can improve bioprocessing economics.


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On Demand Webinars

Reporter Virus Tools to Combat Current Viral Threats and the Next Pandemic


11/10/2023
In this GEN webinar, sponsored by Integral Molecular, panelists Dr. Sheila Keating and Dr. Natalie Anosova will describe how Integral Molecular’s extensive collection of SARS-CoV-2 variant RVPs enabled them to meet the most recent FDA guidance for variant testing of vaccines and therapeutic antibodies.

Genome Editing Tools: Beyond Discovery


11/03/2023
In TODAY's GEN webinar, sponsored by Aldevron, our distinguished guests, Max Sellman and Dr. Jim Williams, will discuss features and data on using Nanoplasmids as an HDR template paired with Aldevron Cas9 nucleases, delivering premier tools for gene editing in CAR-T applications.

DNA Printing: Rapid Assembly of the RFP Gene with Enzymatic DNA Synthesis


11/29/2022
In this GEN webinar, sponsored by DNA Script, our distinguished speaker, Kym Delventhal from Stowers Institute, will highlight the steps to successfully build a gene fragment for RFP gene synthesis from EDS oligos.


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