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BD Discovery Day

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Throughout the course of time certain discoveries have dramatically impacted the progress of mankind. Electricity, Pasteurization, X-rays, Liquid crystals, Penicillin, Teflon, DNA - these are just a few. But what about the supporting technological tools used to realise those discoveries?

The BD Discovery Day is about sharing how we advance science. At its heart it’s how indispensable flow cytometry tools are being used to realise scientific goals and ultimately advance the world of health.

Join us for an experience that will inspire you to go even further.



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Immediate impact of traumatic injury on the human immune system

Jon Hazeldine - University of Birmingham Research Laboratories

Supporting technology: BD AccuriTM C6


Parasite cytokines: A structurally novel mimic of TGF β which potently induces regulatory T-cells

Madeleine White - University of Glasgow

Supporting technology: BD FACSCelestaTM


Operational efficiency: Workflows to minimise risk and optimise turnaround

Dave Bloxham - Cambridge Haemato-Oncology Diagnostic Service

Supporting technology: BD FACSLyricTM


Single Cell Genomics

Iain Macaulay - Earlham Institute

Supporting technology: BD FACSMelodyTM


Sorting all hours? No. Innovating supply to meet increasing demand.

Reiner Schulte - Cambridge Institute for Medical Research

Supporting technology: BD FACSInfluxTM and FACSMelodyTM


Working in isolation: Sorting in a CL3 environment

A Francis Crick, Walker Safety Cabinets & BD Biosciences Collaboration

Supporting technology: Special Order Research Products (SORP)


The 18+ Revolution: Advancing high-end flow

Morgan Blaylock, BD Biosciences

Supporting technology: FACSymphonyTM


20,000 Cells Under the Se…quencer:A Multi-Omic approach to Single Cell Analysis

Debbie Atkinson, BD Biosciences

Supporting technology: BD RhapsodyTM et al



Letting the dataset change your mindset: combining dimensionality reduction and clustering methods to reveal cell heterogeneity

Christoph Freier, FlowJo

Supporting technology: FlowJo®



100 SPACES – PrIORITY GIVEN TO APPLICANTS FROM RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS

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