11 -15 January 2020 | San Diego, California | Town & Country Resort

Exhibit Hall Booth #421

Come stop by our booth to chat and learn how Dovetail’s kits and services can empower your research for 2020 and beyond.

Exhibit Hours:

Sunday: January 12 • 3:00PM – 8:30PM
Monday: January 13 • 9:30AM – 5:00PM
Tuesday: January 14 • 9:30AM – 3:00PM

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Dovetail’s GenoQuiz Treasure Hunt

Do you love plant & animal genomics? Are you good at scavenger hunts and solving puzzles? Are you interested in winning awesome prizes? Then we have THE event for you! Each day, Dovetail will be posting 3 questions and/or tasks of the day. One will be on this page, one will be on our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn) our social media, AND one will be shared at our booth. The rules of the game are simple:

  1. Check this page, our social media, and stop by our booth for the questions/tasks of the day
  2. Come to our booth with at least 2/3 of the answers and/or to show you completed the tasks
  3. Get an awesome DTG GenoQuiz EXCLUSIVE prize and collect a DTG sticker of completion
  4. Collect at least 3 stickers (and daily GenoQuiz Prizes) and be entered into the drawing to win the grand prize…..Apple AirPods!

Day 1 – Question 3/3:

What is the date, time and location of the Dovetail Workshop? 

Day 2 – Question 3/3:

How many genes come in the extended annotation service package offered by Dovetail? 

Day 3 – Question 3/3:

Approximately what percent of the genome lacks coverage using traditional restriction enzyme Hi-C approaches that is captured using restriction enzyme free Omni-C? 

Dovetail’s Industry Workshop

Advances in De Novo Genome Assembly with Dovetail Genomics – Methods, Applications, and Some Pretty Cool Science!

14 January 2020 | 1:30-3:40 PM | Town & Country Room 

Light snacks and beverages will be provided. Please follow the link below to pre-register for the workshop and receive a newly designed DTG shirt when you attend! 

An Omni-C™ Library Enables High Coverage of the Dodo Genome and Brings Us One Step Closer to Dodo De-Extinction
Beth Shapiro, University of California – Santa Cruz, CA
A Highly Contiguous Reference Genome for Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum)
Peter J. Maughan, Brigham Young University, UT
Opportunities and Obstacles in the Practical Application of Conservation Genomics
Oliver Ryder, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, CA
Register for DTG Workshop

Dovetail Recommended Workshops & Posters

WORKSHOP

15 January 2020 | 2:15 PM | Royal Palm Salon 3-4 

WORKSHOP

12 January 2020 | 9:45 AM | Pacific Salon 3

WORKSHOP

11 January 2020 | 7:20 PM | Pacific Salon 3 

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