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Catherine Kidd

Eagle sponsoring the Skin Microbiome Congress

We're sponsoring the 2nd Skin Microbiome Congress, to be held in San Francisco on the 12-13 September.

Craig McAnulla and Chloe Eyre

How does your microbiome affect your body odour?

There are an estimated 1000 species of bacteria that make up the skin microbiome. Every day scientists are discovering new ways the microbiome affects the functions of the human body, and have found it even influences whether our sweat makes us..

Catherine Kidd

3 reasons why your company should be exploring the microbiome

Microbiome innovation will influence trilion-dollar markets across multiple industries. Organisations are recognising the potential of this new frontier for innovation, make sure you do too!

Yasmin Alam Faruque and Chloe Eyre

Are there differences in microbiome datasets?

The amount of data in a microbiome dataset depends on the location of the sample taken from, for example a human subject or environmental location under research. The graph below shows differences in the number of species within a certain site of..

Catherine Kidd

Your Microbiome Resource In One Place

October 20, 2017 / no comments / in microbiome, knowledge base / by Catherine Kidd

Content is something we're never short of. In a digital world, information is never more than a click of a button away through search, social media, bloggers, apps... and constantly accessible through various devices.

Find out about our Microbiome Data Solution at Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum

2-3 November 2017, Paradise Point Resort & Spa, San Diego, USA

Eagle Genomics will be exhibiting at the 5th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum - Booth #1 in San Diego from 2-3 November 2017.

Yasmin Alam-Faruque

Managing Food Contamination

Food-related illnesses are a significant public health concern; each year in the US alone, 48 million people get sick from foodborne diseases resulting from contamination by microorganisms such as Salmonella, E. coli, Norovirus, Campylobacter,..

Are household products contributing to antibiotic resistance?

Nowadays, antiseptics and disinfectants are widely used by the general public to clean various contact surfaces, including taps, doorhandles, kitchen work tops and bathroom sinks and toilets. These reagents demonstrate broad-spectrum activity,..

Catherine Kidd

WEBINAR: Expert panel on industrialising microbiomics

July 13, 2017 / no comments / in webinar, microbiome / by Catherine Kidd
Tuesday July 25 2017 2:00 PM, Webinar

Join a panel of experts, including Dr Barry Murphy, Microbiomics Science Lead at Unilever, Dr Craig McAnulla, Senior Consultant for Bioinformatics and Dr Yasmin Alam-Faruque, Scientific Data..

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