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In a recent webinar, Dr. Rahul Satija demonstrated the newest version of the single cell analysis toolkit, Seurat v3, with new and improved capabilities for integrating single cell sequencing data across technologies.
In this LabTools webinar, hosted by The Scientist, Dr. Jill Herschleb will explore critical sample prep decisions and considerations for assay design and optimization.
10x Genomics is inviting researchers to share innovative ideas for Spatial Gene Expression experiments for a chance to win a project performed by 10x Genomics (sample prep, library prep, sequencing, and data analysis). Plus, the winner will get access to the new product prior to the general public!  
Read our CEO and co-founder's letter to customers on the recent developments in the litigation campaign launched by Bio-Rad against 10x.
  Learn about analyzing and visualizing single cell ATAC-seq data (Assay for Transposase-Accessible Chromatin using sequencing)
  In May, 10x Genomics traveled to Tokyo to attend the EMBO Single Cell Biology Workshop and the Human Cell Atlas (HCA) General Assembly Meeting to learn all about recent scientific breakthroughs in single cell biology.
10x Genomics has partnered with GENEWIZ to sponsor the Single Cell Genomes Scientific Challenge. We want to hear how you can use our single cell DNA solution to study genomic heterogeneity and advance your research. Share your innovative ideas in a 300 word proposal before June 30th for the chance to win a single cell DNA project.
Each June, the Alzheimer’s Association® sponsors Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month — an opportunity to hold a conversation about the brain and share the fact that Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias are a major public health issue.
Hear first-hand from 10x Genomics scientists about the recent advancements in immunological research that allow the integration of simultaneous cellular read-outs to provide comprehensive characterization of immune cells.
From African wild dogs to Hawaiian monk seals, from beluga whales to Northern sea otters, these mammals all share one thing—a connection to 10x Genomics. In honor of Earth Day 2019, we want to share how our technology is playing a role in important conservation research involving these diverse creatures.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’ve put together a playlist of some fierce women in science talking about topics ranging from immunotherapy to the microbiome to mapping the maternal-fetal interface on a single cell level.
Our bodies and the world around us teem with billions of invisible microbes. Join us for a webinar on February 13th to learn about a metagenomic assembly method, developed by Dr. Ami Bhatt and her team at Stanford University, which promises to help define these complex microbial communities and shed light on the mechanisms by which they influence health and disease.
As 2018 draws to a close, we are excited to look back at the growing body of scientific literature that used 10x products to make important scientific discoveries. On January 1st, there were just over 60 peer-reviewed publications that used 10x products. Today, there are more than 260!
We are excited to join SfN in San Diego this year to tell you about all of the exciting new products we have recently launched to help you better unravel the multiple dimensions of neural complexity.
The new Single Cell ATAC Solution accelerates the understanding of the regulatory landscape of the genome, thereby providing insights into cell variability. And now, our new demonstrated protocol, Nuclei Isolation for Single Cell ATAC Sequencing, is available for download.
We're excited to announce our Single Cell Summer Webinar Series. Join us to hear from our R&D scientists and meet our new and upcoming single cell solutions for CNV, ATAC-seq, mouse immune profiling and feature barcoding.
The extensive collection of Illumina sequencing datasets, described by Bo Zhou and his co-authors (Alexander Urban Lab, Depts. of Psychiatry and Genetics) in a recent bioRxiv preprint, are derived from J. Craig Venter’s genome.
We’re excited to share our newest update to the Chromium Single Cell Immune Profiling Solution—mouse immune repertoire profiling!
Our fourth North American UGM of 2018 was held on May 18th in New York, and we’re happy to report that it was packed, both with information and attendees! 
Watch the on-demand Nature webcast presented by CITE-Seq co-author, Peter Smibert PhD.
Our 4th North American User Group Meeting of the year took place on May 2nd in Houston, giving us a chance to check in with our Southwestern community of customers and researchers.
The second European User Group meeting for 2018 took place in Uppsala, Sweden at the SciLife Lab. Over two days we saw many great talks from both 10x staff giving software demos and customers sharing their success stories.
Our 3rd North American User Group Meeting of the year took place on Thursday, April 26th, in Chicago, and we were thrilled to see so many members of the 10x community there!
In celebration of Earth Day this year, our own Andrew Gottscho, a conservation biologist and software field operations engineer, reports about his own experiences with endangered animals and the importance of genomics to study and help conserve these populations.
AACR 2018 is officially over! It was a great conference and the last day was no exception. 
AACR 2018 might be more than halfway over, but it didn’t show any signs of slowing down today. It was another jam-packed day full of highlights, starting with a Symposium on cell fate and treatment response
The first single-cell sequencing datasets from the Human Cell Atlas initiative are now available to the research community. Featuring data generated with 10x technology, the new datasets collect information from more than 500,000 cells.
From posters to talks to our Exhibitor Spotlight co-sponsored with Miltentyi Biotec Day 2 at AACR 2018 was all about single cell genomics!