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Connect and Learn About the Latest Innovative RNAscope ISH Technology Applications

Join us for this 2-day event, bringing together the widest range of RNAscope users, to advance your spatial biology insights.

13th and 14th May 2024
Edgbaston Park Hotel & Conference Centre, Birmingham, UK

Early bird tickets are out now:

What to Expect

  • Learn about the latest innovative RNAscope ISH applications in our keynote presentations, breakout sessions, and masterclasses.
  • Talks will span a range of research applications, including multi-omics, the technology's 3D capabilities, and more.
  • Lunch, dine, and network with experts in the spatial biology field and our RNAscope technology partners.
  • Get tips and tricks for assay troubleshooting and image analysis in our RNAscope with our ISH start-up workshops.
  • Present your research in our poster sessions to win prizes or pitch your idea for a chance to win funding for your next project.
  • Receive a School of RNAscope Certificate of Attendance.


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Who Should Attend

School of RNAscope is the ideal training event for those new to spatial technology, as well as experienced RNAscope academic and industry users looking to expand their knowledge, share expertise, and learn with other researchers.

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Speaker Sessions


Understand how new multiomic capabilities of RNAscope are being used in real time to give insight into complex biological questions - From new technologies available on the Lunaphore COMET to flexible new multiomic technologies

  • Julia Jones, PhD (Scientific Manager) - Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute


Advancing Therapeutics

Leaders in advanced therapies show how spatial technologies are being utilized to speed up the path of C&GTs to market.

  • Bradley Spencer-Dene, PhD (Associate Director, Next Generation Histology SME & Bioimaging) - GSK, UK

Beyond 2D

How RNAscope Technology is being applied to visualised the next dimension of Spatial biology - 3D spatial imaging of Organoids and other non-traditional samples.

  • Nicole Repina, PhD (Post Doctoral Research Fellow) - Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel, Switzerland
  • Clémence Hurni, PhD (Staff Scientist) - Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, Geneva, Switzerland


Pushing Boundaries in Spatial

Hear from a range of innovators who are pushing the boundaries of the applications of RNAscope Spatial Technologies - from innovation in clinical applications to new applications in Veterinary pathology.

  • Prof. Dr. Vanden Broeck Davy (Molecular biologist, Molecular Diagnostics) - Sonic Healthcare, Benelux
  • Hilde De Cock, PhD (Lab Director, Veterinary Pathology) - Zoolyx, Belgium

Submit Your Poster Abstract!

Submit your poster abstract to get the chance to present your work at the School of RNAscope.

  • Dedicated poster and networking session to tell your spatial biology story to your peers.
  • Discuss your posters with our Judges and have a chance to win our event Poster Prize.

To present your poster at School of RNAscope 2024, please submit your 300-word poster abstract via the form below. Abstracts must be submitted by the below form by 29th April 2024.  Submitters will be notified of poster acceptance by 3rd May 2024.

Pitch Your Spatial Project!

Do you want to apply RNAscope spatial technology to a new application, an innovative new field, or research and advance the field of Spatial Biology? Enter our “Pitch Your Spatial Project” competition to have the chance to win an RNAscope Technology Grant.

Submit your abstract today at the below form, to win the chance to Pitch Your Project to our judges live in front of the School of RNAscope Audience and our panel of Bio-Techne Scientists and Industry Peers.

  • Secure a 20,000 GBP grant for RNAscope
  • Gain valuable exposure with your spatial biology peers, receive valuable feedback, and build partnerships within the wider RNAscope community.

To get your chance to present your project idea at the School of RNAscope 2024, please submit your 500-word project pitch abstract via the form below.  Abstracts must be submitted by 23:59 CET May 6th, 2024 and participants must also have a ticket for the School of RNAscope 2024. Those selected entrants will be notified by email by Wednesday 8th May that they have progressed to the live pitch session at the School of RNAscope (13-14 May 2024, Birmingham UK) and must be available to present their pitch live at the School of RNAscope.

Good Luck!

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