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Xenium hits the main stage

Join us for an exclusive showcase of our revolutionary spatial in situ profiling product, Xenium, as we embark on a global tour! Experts from our R&D team and members of senior leadership will unveil the incredible potential and applications of Xenium. Additionally, at select venues, Xenium users will reveal how it's powering their research in ways they never imagined and how it can do the same for yours. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to be at the forefront of innovation and shape the future of spatial biology.

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Date Location Registration
July 13 South San Francisco Event complete
July 18
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July 25
Houston Event complete
July 28 Dallas Event complete
August 3 Denver Event complete
August 8 Los Angeles–UCLA Event complete
August 10 San Francisco Event complete
August 22 Atlanta Event complete
August 24 Research Triangle Park Event complete
September 6 San Diego Event complete
September 7 Toronto Event complete
September 12 Philadelphia Watch on demand
September 19 Boston Event complete
October 10 Bay Area Register now
October 11 Ann Arbor Register now
October 26 Seattle–Bell Harbor Register now
November 30 New York City Notify me when registration opens
December 4 Bethesda Notify me when registration opens
Date Location Registration
August 18 Shanghai Event complete
October 3 Tokyo Register now
October 25 Beijing Closed meeting
November 15 Guangzhou Notify me when registration opens
Date Location Registration
July 19 Cambridge, United Kingdom Event complete
July 20 Oxford, United Kingdom Event complete
October 10 Warsaw, Poland Register now
October 11 Vienna, Austria Register now
October 23 Tel Aviv, Israel Notify me when registration opens
October 24 Milan, Italy Register now
October 31 Leuven, Belgium Register now
November 8 Utrecht, Netherlands Register now
November 22 Hamburg, Germany Notify me when registration opens

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