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HUTER presents within the Norwich Science Festival

HUTER presents within the Norwich Science Festival Date: October 30th 2021 HUTER participates in the Norwich Science Festival though the Human Epigenetics Group lead by Prof. Dave Monk from the University of East Anglia. The research group will host an interactive stand on October 30th that will run from 10-4pm. #project #collaboration #europe #uterus #H2020 #EU_H2020_HCA #epigenetics #methylation #arrays #profiling #genome #reproductive-epigenetics #single-cell #scM&T-seq #next-generation-sequencing #NGS #preclampsia

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HUTER presents within MEDNIGHT

HUTER presents within MEDNIGHT Date: September 24th 2021 6PM CET HUTER participates in MEDNIGHT: Noche mediterránea de las investigadoras. Río de la Ciencia. Our researcher Aymara Mas will be presenting the research that is being performed within the project next Friday 24th September 2021 at the European Corner in collaboration with Europe Direct. More info at: https://bit.ly/3lItLW7 #project #collaboration #europe #uterus #H2020 #EU_H2020_HCA #OrganoidAtlas #discovAIR_HCA #Hugodecaproject #HiDiHlabs #HumanBrainProj #EuropeScience #RiDaysEU #INCLIVA

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HUTER Outcomes and Actions in Research & Development

HUTER Outcomes and Actions in Research & Development Some of our R&D Open Access results within HUTER Project. HUTER consortia has published in an open format the latest developments achieved in the project. Platform architecture design, interconnectivity aspects and standards to use, fully aligned with the HCA guidelines SOP for tissue collection and processing Final design of HUTER platform architecture Dissemination & Exploitation plan 2 Deployment of HUTER cloud infrastructure Dissemination & Exploitation plan 1 Molecular characterization at single cell resolution of human myometrium

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HUTER Research & Development

HUTER Research & Development Date: June 21th 2021 Some of our R&D activities within HUTER Project. HUTER aims to create a cellular reference map of the uterus. Link to the video: https://www.linkedin.com/in/huterproject/detail/recent-activity/shares/ About the Human Uterus Cells Atlas - HUTER The human uterus is a flagship reproductive organ with profound implications not only in reproduction but also in women ́s health. HUTER can advance the Human Cell Atlas initiative for the exploitation potential in Obstetrics and Gynecology and biomedicine research areas such as Regenerative Medicine or Reproductive Medicine.

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HUTER Innovation Committee held

HUTER Innovation Committee held The HUTER Innovation Committee followed his scheduled as planned and debate took place between the Industrial Advisory Board experts and the HUTER consortia reaching amazing outcomes. Date: June 21st 2021 The Innovation Committee was held on 21st June and all representatives from the different institutions joined the meeting that took place on a virtual way. HUTER Innovation Committee consists of qualified representatives from each of the institutions performing research within the project.

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HUTER posters accepted in the forthcoming HUMAN CELL ATLAS Virtual Meeting

HUTER posters accepted in the forthcoming HUMAN CELL ATLAS Virtual Meeting Two posters will be presented by the HUTER consortia at the HUMAN CELL ATLAS Virtual Meeting that will be held on June 28th -30th 2021. The presentations have been scheduled within Session #1, June 29, 13:30-15:00 CET. Event: Abstracts presentation HCA General Meeting Date: June 28th -30th 2021 (Session #1, June 29, 13:30-15:00 CET)

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HUTER samples ongoing

HUTER samples ongoing Despite delays at the start of the project due to SARS-CoV-2 HUTER project continues its path towards achieving the expected results. Date: June 3rd 2021 HUTER consortia is speeding up the sample intake after the six month delay experienced due to the shut down in sample extraction during SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Collaborating hospitals Lõuna-Eesti haigla (South-Estonian Hospital) from Estonia, Hospital Clínic Universitari, Hospital Universitario y Politécnico La Fe and Consorci Hospital General Universitari Valencia from Spain and Addenbrooke’s Hospital | Cambridge University Hospitals from United Kingdom are to be thanked for the great effort in supporting the research project.

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Achieved the development of an advanced digital platform within the HUTER project

Achieved the development of an advanced digital platform within the HUTER project Date: May 10th 2021 The Human Uterus Cell Atlas project (HUTER) is focused on creating the cellular reference map of the human uterus. HUTER partners have succeeded in the development of an advanced digital platform which will help researchers in the process and analysis of omics data. Concretely, the platform will gather huge amount of information, performing high throughput analysis over cell sequencing, clinical and experimental data and metadata.

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Dr. Simón INCLIVA research group and the HUTER consortia attends to the HUMAN CELL ATLAS Virtual Meeting

Dr. Simón INCLIVA research group and the HUTER consortia attends to the HUMAN CELL ATLAS Virtual Meeting. Event: HCA General Meeting Date: 2021 June 28th - 30th The goals of the 2021 HCA General Meeting are to convene the HCA community virtually and to share updates and insights on new HCA research and initiatives, as well as to highlight the work of the HCA Biological Networks and continue to build on the progress from the HCA Biological Network Seminar Series.

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Dr. Simón INCLIVA research group attends to the Single Cell Online Seminar

Dr. Simón INCLIVA research group attends to the Single Cell Online Seminar Event: SINGLE CELL ONLINE Date: November 2020 | 16:00 – 17:00 p.m. CET Webinar series on single cell analysis. A virtual 4-part series where attendees will dive further into the technology that is giving insights into cellular heterogeneity. Despite single cell analysis already playing a major role in biological research, challenges remain to make the best use of the technologies.

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