On the 7th of November, Rasmus Brøndum from Leymus Genomics is an invited speaker at  Bioscience 2019 Stockholm, Sweden. The event will be focusing on research through innovative technologies and is hosted by Karolinska Institute in Solna. He will be covering the various issues and solutions surrounding large data storage in the genomics era.

Human whole genome sequencing is a cornerstone in the new national precision medicine projects emerging these years and human whole genome sequencing in a clinical setting will be a valuable genomic application potentially replacing todays targeted genomic applications . The sequencing of short-reads of DNA has mainly been solved, and now in the next years two very crucial questions must be answered:
1. How to store these massive amount of data being generated every day from national and regional genomics labs?
2. What are the requirements?

Come join us in Sweden at Karolinska Institutet. The event is an excellent opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with fellow researchers and companies.

Details are as follows:

Date: November 7

Time: Whole day event; Rasmus will be presenting at 15:25–15:45.

Location: Aula Medica, Karolinska Institutet, Nobels väg 6, 171 65 Solna

Read more about Bioscience 2019 here
Learn more about Leymus’ partners in data storage here