Join us on December 03 to listen to live presentations from prominent researchers and thought leaders in the field of stem cell research. Live activities will include keynote speakers, panel discussions, and scheduled chats with our R&D experts. During each, a brief presentation will be given followed by a Q&A session where speakers will be available to answer all of your questions.

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3 Decemeber 2015

12:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
13:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
15:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
16:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
17:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
18:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming

4 December 2015

01:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
02:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
04:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
05:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
07:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
08:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
09:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
10:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
11:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

3 Decemeber 2015

10:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
11:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
12:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
13:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
15:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
16:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
23:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications

4 December 2015

00:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
02:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
03:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
05:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
06:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
07:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
08:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
09:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
11:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

3 December 2015

09:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
10:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
10:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
12:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
15:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
22:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
23:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine

4 December 2015

01:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
02:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
04:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
05:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
06:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
07:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
08:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
10:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

3 December 2015

08:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
09:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
10:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
11:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
12:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
21:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
22:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine

4 December 2015

00:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
01:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
03:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
04:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
05:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
06:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
07:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
09:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

3 December 2015

07:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
08:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
09:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
10:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
11:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
12:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
20:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
21:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
23:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University

4 December 2015

00:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
02:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
03:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
04:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
05:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
06:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
08:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

3 December 2015

04:30 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
05:30 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
06:30 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
07:30 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
08:30 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
09:30 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
10:30 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
17:30 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
18:30 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
20:30 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
21:30 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
23:30 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin

4 December 2015

00:30 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
01:30 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
02:30 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
03:30 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
05:30 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

3 December 2015

01:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
02:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
03:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
04:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
05:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
06:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
07:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
15:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
17:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
18:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
20:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
21:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
22:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
23:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models

4 December 2015

00:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
02:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

3 December 2015

00:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
01:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
02:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
03:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
04:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
05:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
06:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
14:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
16:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
17:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
19:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
20:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
21:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
22:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
23:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models

4 December 2015

01:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

2 December 2015

21:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
22:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
23:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing

3 December 2015

00:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
01:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
02:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
03:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
10:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
11:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
13:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
16:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
17:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
18:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
19:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
20:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
21:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

2 December 2015

20:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
21:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
22:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
23:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research

3 December 2015

00:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
01:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
02:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
09:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
10:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
12:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
15:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
16:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
17:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
18:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
19:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
21:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

2 December 2015

18:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
19:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
20:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
21:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
22:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
23:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies

3 December 2015

00:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming
06:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
08:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
11:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
11:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
13:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
15:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
16:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
17:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
19:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

2 December 2015

17:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
18:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
19:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
20:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
21:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
22:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
23:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming

3 December 2015

06:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
07:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
09:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
10:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
12:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
14:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
15:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
16:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
17:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

Please click on each presentation to add it to your calendar.

2 December 2015

15:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell training
16:00 – Keynote presentation: Jon Chesnut, Thermo Fisher Scientific
17:00 – Scheduled chat: Gene editing
18:00 – Panel discussion: Standardizing stem cell research
19:00 – Scheduled chat: Stem cell characterization and analysis
20:00 – Scheduled chat: Improving transfection efficiencies
21:00 – Scheduled chat: Reprogramming

3 December 2015

04:00 – Scheduled chat: Clinical research applications
05:00 – Panel discussion: The path towards scalable, xeno-free applications for regenerative medicine
07:00 – Keynote presentation: Evangelos Kiskinis, Northwestern University
08:00 – Scheduled chat: Neural cell models
10:00 – Keynote presentation: Bill Murphy, University of Wisconsin
11:00 – Scheduled chat: Pluripotent stem cell culture
12:00 – Panel discussion: Generation of effective disease models
13:00 – Scheduled chat: Hepatic cell models
14:00 – Scheduled chat: Cardiac cell models
16:00 – Scheduled chat: Instruments

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