Life Sciences conducted a series of seminars in several reputable institutions of Saudi Arabia, to educate people on how Genomics can be used to treat rare and genetic diseases.
The seminars provided a brilliant platform to showcase their expertise in Next generation sequencing/Array instruments, Library preparation kits and DNA quantification equipment and kits. Scientechnic will be working in collaboration with King Abdullah International Medical Research Centre on the National infectious disease project aimed at bringing long-term improvement to healthcare facilities in the country. Some of the institutions covered in Jeddah were the Stem Cell and Infectious disease unit of King Abdullah Institute of Science & Technology and the Pathogen identification unit of National Aquaculture Group (NAQUA)
In Riyadh, Life Sciences visited King Abdullah International Medical Research Center, where 50 researchers participated in the seminar. The MOH TB screening laboratory of King Fahad Medical City and the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre were some of the other institutions the team visited. The Life Science division has been developed to inspire scientific research and enhance well-being in the MENA region by delivering cutting-edge technology and professional expertise
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