We’re excited about participating in the Plant & Animal Genome (PAG) XXIII conference in San Diego, the largest Ag-Genomics meeting in the world.
Come visit us at booth 409 at PAG!
There’s free cappuccinos, lattes, and an exciting prize for those who upload the most data to Project Unity, a platform that will power the next agricultural revolution (and which is free of charge for academic institutions!).
Additionally, our founder and CEO Dr. Yaniv Semel will be giving two talks about the vision behind project Unity:
- Crop Data in Unity – Saturday, January 10 at 12:10PM
- A Collaborative Platform for Sharing and Analyzing Phenotypic Data – Sunday, January 11 at 9AM
“In crop genetics and breeding research, phenotypic data are collected for each plant genotype, often in multiple locations and field conditions, in search of the genomic regions that confer improved traits. But what is happening to all of these phenotypic data? Currently, virtually none of the data generated from the hundreds of phenotypic studies conducted each year are being made publically available as raw data. Project Unity was developed to correct that wrong. Project Unity simplifies the analysis process of genotypes and phenotypes, creates standardization and allows smart comparison among different data-sets, eventually lead to better understanding of genes effects on phenotypes”.
If you want to meet us during the show and get a live demo, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want us to help you get your data up and running on Unity, we can help with that too!
Looking forward to meeting you and to formally launch the Unity platform which is free for academic institutions.