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5th Continuing Medical Technology Education 2019

Event: 5th Continuing Medical Technology Education 2019 Date: 25 Aug 2019 Venue: Myanmar Convention Centre Sciencewerke was invited by Myanmar Medical Technologist Association (MMTA) to participate in its 5th Continuing Medical Technology Education conference where we displayed our products and shared with the public on the importance of G6PD testing.


Randox Vivalytic Seminars and Visit

  Event: Randox Vivalytic Seminars and Visit Date: 21 Aug 2019 Venue: National Health Laboratory, Parami Hospital & Aryu Hospital Sciencewerke organised a seminar introducing Randox Vivalytic Multiplex Array Analyzer and shared how it is the all in one solution for molecular diagnostics.


JESS Installation and Training

Event: JESS Installation and Training Date: 5 to 6 Aug 2019 Venue: Department of Medical Research, Advanced Molecular Research Centre Sciencewerke installed and conducted a training session for JESS, where we showcased its precise automation capababilities.


Sciencewerke Introduction and Portfolios

Event: Sciencewerke Introduction and Portfolios Date: 11-12 June 2019 Venue: University of Medicine, Mandalay Sciencewerke visited the Department of Biochemistry, Department of Microbiology and Department of Pathology to introduce our portfolios and shared how research can be advanced with molecular technology.


Basic and Advanced Instrumentation Training

Event: Basic and Advanced Instrumentation Training Date: 29 May 2019 Venue: Department of Chemistry, West Yangon University Sciencewerke conducted a training session on basic and advanced instruments used in chemistry at West Yangon University, where we showcased our expertise and portfolios.


Eurofins: Products and Services (Mycotoxin, Herbicide/Pesticide Testing, Standards) 

Eurofins: Products and Services (Mycotoxin, Herbicide/Pesticide Testing, Standards) Date: 28 November 2018 Venue: National Analytical Laboratory, Department of Research and Innovation Attendance: Deputy Director General, Directors, Deputy Directors, Lab Officers



International Conference on Bioeconomy: Production and Application of Biomaterials

International Conference on Bioeconomy: Production and Application of Biomaterials (Event) Date: 13-15 Dec 2018 Venue: Department of Research and Innovation, MOE


Eurofins: The Principles of Mycotoxin & Herbicide Residual Testing using ELISA

Abstract

Mycotoxin contamination is a common and significant problem world-wide, where the 6 most common mycotoxins are Aflatoxin, Deoxyniva-lenol, Fumonisins, Ochratoxins, T2/HT2 toxins and Zearalenone. The contamination is very commonly found in hot and humid regions such as South America, South Asia and Southeast Asia. These climate conditions can be favourable to the growth of molds, where some can produce more than one type of mycotoxin. As a heat stable secondary metabolite mycotoxins cannot be eliminated from the food and feed products, it can only be prevents. Therefore, a good strategy is required for mycotoxin prevention and control in the supply chain.ELISA, also known as Enzyme-Linked Immu-nosorbent Assay, can be a very powerful and sensitive technology for mycotoxin testing. The antibody-antigen interaction within the ELISA kit is a very specific reaction to the target molecules. The entire process of mycotoxin test is simple, straightforward and hence a practical technology to be implemented into the Mycotoxin Prevention and Control strategy. In this seminar, we will present on the principles of ELISA technology as well as the application in the food and feed industry. We will also take the opportunity to introduce on our herbicide ELISA testing solutions, and our upcoming new product for automation in mycotoxin testing.

Speaker

Daniel Tan, Area Manager Daniel Tan is the Area Manager for Southeast Asia region and East Asia region. Daniel graduated with first class honours degree in Food Technology from University of Queensland, Australia. Daniel joined an Australian food company as Food Technologist with Quality Control responsibilities focusing on ingredient testing in 2011. A food technologist by training, Daniel has been in the Food & Feed Safety industry as channel manager since 2015, with emphasis on Mycotoxin testing.  


UM2 Visit (Pathology)

University of Medicine 2 (UM2) Visit (Pathology) Topic: Advancing Your Molecular Research with Modern Technologies Venue: University of Medicine 2 (UM2) 



National Health Laboratory (NHL) Seminar

National Health Laboratory (NHL) Seminar Topic: Advancing Your Molecular Research with Modern Technologies Location: NHL, Meeting Room Sciencewerke is pleased to hold an event at NHL where participants will learn to:
  • Detect pathogens like Hepatitis B, HPV, HIV, Plasmodium etc. with molecular diagnostic kits.
  • Preserve their precious samples in room temperature for longer duration.
  • Purify the samples with better precision.
Sciencewerke provides numerous efficient solutions to execute an experiment ranging from sample collection/preservation to purification of cellular contents and in turn validation of preliminary results. This seminar describes these cutting-edge technologies and demonstrate the following benefits: increased efficiency, ease of use, extremely low input starting material, ease of customization and economical approach for large, cost-effective studies. The technical tools highlighted in this seminar will bring valuable insights to analyse the function and interaction of genome, transcriptome, epigenome as well as the molecular mechanisms behind various diseases.


DMR Seminar

Department of Medical Research (DMR) Seminar Topic: Advancing Your Molecular Research with Modern Technologies Venue: DMR, Auditorium 1

Sciencewerke is pleased to hold an event at DMR where participants will learn to:
  • Design experiments using dynamic tools
  • Execute experiments with the most current technologies
  • Detect pathogens like Hepatitis B, HPV, HIV, Plasmodium etc. with molecular diagnostic kits
The seminar is aimed at researchers who are familiar with basic molecular/cell biology techniques and want to explore the central dogma of molecular biology: the flow of information from DNA to RNA and then to protein. Sciencewerke provides numerous efficient solutions to execute an experiment ranging from sample collection/preservation to purification of cellular contents and in turn validation of preliminary results. This seminar describes these cutting-edge technologies and demonstrates the following benefits: increased efficiency, ease of use, extremely low input starting material, ease of customization and economical approach for large, cost-effective studies. The technical tools highlighted in the seminar will bring valuable insights to analyse the function and interaction of genome, transcriptome, epigenome as well as the molecular mechanisms behind various diseases.