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14th European Forensic DNA Working Group Meeting

  • Lisbon, Portugal.
  •  Tuesday, March 19, 2013 – Thursday, March 21, 2013

marketing.italia@it.promega.com

Annual European Forensic DNA Working Group Meeting will be held in Tivoli Jardim, Lisbon, Portugal.

Key note speakers:
Prof. Dr. Lutz Roewer from the Charité in Berlin, Germany:
"Progress in forensic and population genetic analyses using the PowerPlex® Y23 System".
Prof Dr. Walther Parson, Legal Institute of Innsbruck, Austria:
"Forensic applications of Next Generation Sequencing using the Ion Torrent PGM".

from the Charité in Berlin, Germany: "Progress in forensic and population genetic analyses using the PowerPlex Y23 System"., Legal Institute of Innsbruck, Austria: "Forensic applications of Next Generation Sequencing using the Ion Torrent PGM".

On Wednesday afternoon there will be a Special Rapid Forensic DNA Session with live demos from IntegenX and GE Healthcare.

Further details will be posted when available.

Please contact your Promega contact or Nicole Siffling if you are interested in giving a presentation or presenting a poster.

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