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    Great news! We still have two free places for our RNA-Seq workshop in Berlin the week after next (March 27-30, 2023)! Take your chance and apply now!

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  • RNA-Seq Data Analysis Workshop - Join us in Berlin, Germany from March 27-30, 2023!

    Dear all,

    We are excited to announce the RNA-Seq Data Analysis Workshop taking place in Berlin, Germany from March 27th to 30th, 2023. This hands-on event is designed for biologists, molecular biologists, molecular pathologists, researchers in the human genetics field, and those working in the clinical diagnostics field. The workshop is an opportunity for you to refine your RNA sequencing data analysis skills and network with industry experts.

    The workshop will cover the latest techniques and best practices in RNA-Seq data analysis, providing you with hands-on experience and the knowledge you need to succeed in your field. Whether you're working with NGS or looking to expand your expertise, this workshop is a valuable investment in your future.

    For more information and to register, visit the link https://www.ecseq.com/workshops/work...-data-analysis.

    Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your abilities and network with fellow professionals in the field. We hope to see you in Berlin!

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