Webinar Events

Upcoming Webinars

Software Workshop: Introducing Biolog Data Analysis 1.7

Date: August 6, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)

Biolog invites you to a special webinar featuring our guest speaker:

Brendan Lewis
Biolog Inc.

• Attend a guided walkthrough of newly released Data Analysis 1.7
• Discover improvements, additions and changes
• Ask a professional how the software can work with your OmniLog® Data
• This workshop is for prospective and current users and distributors

Past Webinars

Fungal Functional and Ecological Analysis via High-throughput Phenotyping

In this webinar, Andre Chouankam, Technical and Applications Specialist, introduced topics on: Phenotype MicroArray™ Technology Overview Fungi Experimental Procedures & Protocols Data Analysis and Review

Immunometabolic Analysis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pulmonary Infection

Biolog invites you to a special webinar featuring our guest speaker: Sebastián A Riquelme, PhD Research Instructor Columbia University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases The CFTR-PTEN complex regulates cell metabolism and the inflammatory response to Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection Lack of CFTR-PTEN function, as seen in cystic fibrosis, induces excessive secretion of […]

Mitochondrial Function using MitoPlates™

Mitochondria can be interrogated and characterized in novel ways, looking at rates of substrate metabolism, sensitivity to drugs and other chemicals, and effects of mutations in mitochondria-related genes. This webinar will introduce a novel mitochondrial function assay technology developed by our research team.

Analysis of Microbial Genomic and Phenotypic Data using DuctApe Software

Webinar Topics Include Simultaneous analysis of genomic and phenotypic data Analysis of data from a single organism, as well as mutants and multiple strains Phenotypic data analysis using the Biopython library

Assessing Functional Traits of Microbial Communities using EcoPlates™

Webinar Topics Include Using EcoPlates in environmental microbiology Methodological aspects and kinetic information using an OmniLog ™ EcoPlates data analysis
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