We collaborate with many partners in (international) consortia
Add innovative applications and clear time-lines to your proposals:
Our grant application specialists have years of experience in writing for National and European Commision funding opportunities.
In (inter)national consortia scientific success is not only achieved by merely developing innovative technologies. Reviewing the whole sample chain from organism to data-analysis is just as important. Our collaborators value that GenomeScan scientists provide expert advice how to design the genomics work packages of the project, so that during data-analysis, valid conclusions can be drawn.
Addition of an SME allows to you apply to more grants and can increase the rating of your application. Next to increasing the effectiveness of the work plan, our scientists improve impact sections and can write the commercialization plan. Identification of biomarkers, development of a bioinformatics tools or making a newly developed genetic test available to the scientific community, is often one of the project’s aims. We help to formulate a concise description of the market potential and the planned path to commercialization.
Expertise and a broad portfolio
The GenomeScan portfolio contains a full range of DNA sequencing, gene-expression and epigenetic applications. Depending on your project needs, our scientists can also develop tailored applications. Our skilled bioinformaticians can perform and assist with data-analysis, so you can proceed with the biological interpretation of your cohorts.
Collecting samples for large cohorts can be challenging. Researchers value that we offer robust applications and deliver the results within short time frames. Reach your milestones fast by including our sequencing experts!
A GenomeScan brand
ServiceXS is our research department for genetic analyses. Our scientists constantly test and develop technologies and applications to stay one step ahead in genetic testing. We offer a wide range of applications for veterinary, agriculture, microbial and medical research.