We looked inside some of the tweets by @OxfordGenetics and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
[FREE WEBINAR] Helper plasmids for viral vector production. We're excited to be working with @aldevron @OxfordGenetics & AskBio on 30th May on this really interesting webinar! Register your spot here: http://ow.ly/IJTk50u9Im6 #webinar #advancedtherapies #viralvectors #genetherapy
For the first time, phages have been genetically engineered for use as an antibacterial therapy, prolonging the life of a teenage girl: a step forward in #genetherapy that gives hope for the fight against antibiotic-resistant diseases. Read more at
Further to our annual review, we congratulate the 11 Oxford Genetics employees who are celebrating promotions to Associate Scientist, Scientist, Senior Scientist and Group Leader. #Careers #Biotech #EmployeeAppreciation #JobOpenings #Hiring Join us - https://bit.ly/2sYw9M8
Happy 8th Birthday Oxford Genetics! Founder and CEO Ryan Cawood reminisced on how much the company has achieved over the past 8 years, thanking everyone for their hard work that has made this possible. #Biotech #Celebration #HappyBirthday #EmployeeAppreciation
Our CEO, Ryan Cawood, is presenting at the Proteins and Antibodies Congress in London today! If you are attending make sure you are there to learn about our Mammalian Display Antibody Discovery System.
#GeneTherapy, #CellTherapy and #GeneEditing are different fields with a similar goal: To treat disease by changing our bodies at a microscopic level. What do these approaches have in common, and what makes them different? https://www.asgct.org/education/different-approaches …
Genetics brings them all together. But how do specific types of therapy differ? We are looking forward to attending the @ASGCTherapy Annual Meeting next week, we hope to see you there!
A new study from Dr. Mathew Garnett’s lab at the Sanger Institute, showing how genome-wide CRISPR screening can help prioritise targets for cancer treatment https://go.nature.com/2PegweY . Find out more about Oxford Genetics CRISPR screening services here: https://bit.ly/2Dm2KCl
The Healthtech Revolution! A fantastic infographic displaying the significant progress that has been made in the past 100 years. https://www.visualcapitalist.com/visualizing-healthtech-revolution/ … (via @VisualCap)