The Independent Nanopore User Network for the Nordic Countries
Oxford Nanopore (ONT) long-read sequencing with its hand-held devices and real-time data acquisition will find applications in every part of modern life. However, adoption is hampered by shortage of implementation knowledge.
This Network is an initiative from scientists using ONT sequencing in their various projects. By building a platform for knowledge exchange and collaboration we intend to promote the implementation of acquired knowledge around this enabling technology in the Nordic countries. We foresee to increase the scientific impact of various projects and promote the development of economic applications based on Oxford Nanopore Sequencing.
The Network has members in many Nordic countries from various scientific disciplines. Profit from the networks expertise and look out for the right partner to bring YOUR project to the next level.
The network intends to disseminate the accumulated knowledge to the scientific community. With regular events and workshops we will promote implementation in various scientific and economical disciplines.
Oxford Nanopore Sequencing is not simple from the start. Profit from the vast experience and swarm knowledge in the Network and get help for your specific problem!
Use power of the Network and its members to advertise your recent findings, protocols and applications with the scientific world - and beyond!
Just before the conference we cracked the 60 Member mark! Great – and still just a start!
Our first annual gathering – The Nordic Nanopore-Seq Network Meeting (N3M) 2020 – is around the corner!
If you missed to get informed about the meeting and what it offers – here you can find out more!
We have a new publication from the network!
Our German member Florian Kraft authors a thorough review about the use of Long-read Sequencing for Genome biology. You can find more infos on this blog (click it) and the paper in the Publications section.
The Network regularly organises events for knowledge dissemination in various countries.
Find collaboration partners from various disciplines. Or find peers in your vicinity.
Take a look at the scientific output of our network members.
The Network is constantly looking out for new talent. Take a look at our open positions.