Berkeley Lights highlights research, products at ESCAT 2022

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

June 27, 2022 -- Berkeley Lights is participating in the 27th Annual European Society for Animal Cell Technology (ESCAT), June 26-29 in Lisbon, in symposium sessions and by showcasing its products at a vendor booth.

One session, "Advance and automate cell profiling with Berkeley Lights technology and tools to accelerate cell line engineering and development," will discuss how the Edinburgh Genome Foundry and Beacon Platform have facilitated projects in gene therapy, vaccine development, and metabolic engineering.

The company Lonza will also present on how the firm is using new cell and process technologies for enhancing cell line constructions via Beacon Platforms. Lastly, Berkeley Lights will moderate a panel focusing on the role of advanced screening technologies, automation, and computational tools in accelerating cell line engineering and development projects across academia and industry.

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