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NGI Stockholm is looking for a research engineer

7th July 2021  -  Categories: Careers

We are looking for a Research engineer for our Production team to work with library preparations, quality controls, and sequencing.  For more information, please see the full advert at KTH. Last application date 16 August. For more info, contact Ellen Sherwood: ellen.sherwood@scilifelab.se

Individual NovaSeq S4 lanes with run configuration 28-10-10-120 now available

7th May 2021  -  Categories: Updates

Individual lanes on Illumina S4-200 flowcells with run configuration 28-10-10-120 can now be purchased.

[Closed] NGI is looking for a bioinformatician

14th April 2021  -  Categories: Careers

We are looking for a bioinformatician to join the Strategic Collaborations team at the NGI Stockholm.

[Closed] NGI is looking for a research engineer

12th April 2021  -  Categories: Careers

We are looking for a Research engineer to join the Strategic Collaborations team at the NGI Stockholm.

[Closed] NGI is looking for a research engineer

12th April 2021  -  Categories: Careers

We are looking for a Research engineer to join our production lab team at NGI Stockholm.

Tuuli Lappalainen new director of the SciLifeLab NGI

4th February 2021  -  Categories: Updates

Genetics researcher Tuuli Lappalainen from the New York Genome Center has been appointed as the new director of the National genomics infrastructure (NGI) by SciLifeLab. Tuuli is an experienced researcher with several publications in scientific journals such as Nature and Science. Her research is focused on genetic variation in human populations, where the aim is […]

Spatially resolved transcriptomics elected Method of the Year 2020!

15th January 2021  -  Categories: Updates

NGI proudly offers spatially resolved RNA-seq analyses through the 10X Visium spatial gene expression assay, one of the spatial techniques recently nominated as Method of the Year by Nature Methods. The technology offers positional context of RNA-seq data in microdissected tissues, and has proven to be valuable when studying e.g. disease progression and developmental processes. […]