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HUTER present at 10X Genomics User Group Meeting

Dr. Mas and Dr. Rosón attend to the Bonsai Lab User Meeting Date: May 23rd 2022 Dr. Aymara Mas and Dr. Rosón INCLIVA researchers participating in the HUTER project attended on May 19th to the Spain User Group meeting organized by Bonsai Lab in CIMA (Centro de Investigación Médica Aplicada) Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona Spain. Bonsai technology is being used within the HUTER project, therefore the importance of being up to date with the latest advancements on single cell and spatial technology for novel and experienced 10x Genomics technology users.

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Training session 'Cloud-based open access platform, validation of its usability'

OPEN REGISTRATION Date: June 23rd 2022 INCLIVA is pleased to invite you to the final action of the European project HUTER consisting on a training session called “Cloud-based open access platform, validation of its usability”, which will take place on June 23 virtually between 14:45 and 16:15 CET. Researchers such as Claudia Buhigas from the University of East Anglia, Beatriz Rosón and Raúl Pérez from INCLIVA, and Cristóbal Bernardo Castiñeira and Antón Martínez from BAHIA Software SLU will show the latest advances in the HUTER platform.

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The University of East Anglia spreading science

The UEA Team led by Prof. Dave Monk present at Institut d’Estudis Catalans Date: May 16th 2022 The UEA team participated in the Barcelona Chromatin club on Friday 13th May at Institut d’Estudis Catalans. Claudia Buhigas gave a selected short talk on scM&T-seq and Louise Chappell-Maor presented poster on the improved scEM-T-seq protocol. Claudia Buhigas gave her talk on Session IV chaired by Roni Wright on “Single-cell multi-omic analysis reveals defective genome activation and epigenetic reprogramming associated with human pre-implantation embryo arrest”.

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HUTER project participation with a poster

HUTER consortia presented the latest developments Date: April 11th 2022 A poster with the ongoing research of HUTER was displayed at the 11ª Conferencia del Programa Marco de Investigación e Innovación de la Unión Europea en España (XI Conference of the Research and Innovation Framework Program of the European Union in Spain), under the slogan “The new Horizon for Europe”. The event took place last April 6th at the Valencia Conference Centre in Valencia, Spain.

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Second release H2020-HCA Cluster Communication Group Newsletter

6 European Consortia unify efforts with the Human Cell Atlas to communicate their research Date: March 31st 2022 Six pilot actions funded by the European Commission continue their aligned and launch the second Cluster Communication Newsletter together with the Human Cell Atlas initiative (HCA). The Newsletter gathers a series of news articles and interviews, recent publications, and collected information on relevant upcoming events to inform you about the progress of the cluster.

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HUTER project presents in AWS on-line seminar

HUTER consortia presented the latest developments Date: March 23rd 2022 On March 10th INCLIVA together with its software developer BAHÍA Software presented the last developments performed within the HUTER project in an on-line seminar organized by Amazon Web Services (AWS). The on-line seminar focused on researchers working in the education environment, non- profit organizations, health or public entities where the theme was to debate about solutions and advantages that AWS provides.

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HUTER consortia to present latest developments

HUTER project selected to present a poster at a conference in Valencia about the Horizon Europe Program Date: March 10th 2022 A poster about the HUTER project will be displayed at the 11ª Conferencia del Programa Marco de Investigación e Innovación de la Unión Europea en España (XI Conference of the Research and Innovation Framework Program of the European Union in Spain), under the slogan “The new Horizon for Europe”, which will take place next April 6th at the Valencia Conference Centre in Valencia, Spain.

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Methylation atlas for normal endometrium and myometrium tissue latest released

HUTER ongoing research Date: December 21st 2021 HUTER Work Package Leader Dave Monk Phd., has coordinated actions with his research team and entities as the Wellcome Sanger Institute (WSI) and Fundación para la Investigación del Hospital Clínico de la Comunidad Valenciana (INCLIVA). The report presents the first version of the “Methylome for normal endometrial and myometrium tissues, cataloguing cell types”. Also, addresses two main areas: a) Optimisation of the single-cell methylation methodologies.

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H2020-HCA Cluster Communication Group Newsletter

H2020-HCA Cluster Communication Group Newsletter 6 European Consortia unify efforts with the Human Cell Atlas to communicate their research Date: December 15th 2021 For this purpose, six pilot actions funded by the European Commission have aligned and are launching a Cluster Communication Newsletter together with the Human Cell Atlas initiative (HCA) The Newsletter gathers a series of news articles and interviews, recent publications, and collected information on relevant upcoming events to inform you about the progress of the cluster.

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HUTER, interview with Dr. Aymara Mas

HUTER, interview with Dr. Aymara Mas Date: December 15th 2021 Dr. Aymara Mas explains her role within the HUTER project, the challenges that are being addressed and how the patients will benefit from her research by improving the diagnosis of uterine diseases in a personalized manner. 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.

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HUTER Communication strategy

Diptych and leaflet to promote HUTER project HUTER consortia is aware of the importance in the dissemination and communication actions to be performed in order to reach major targets groups as the scientific community, biotech SMEs, broad public and specific stakeholders. With this aim, the consortia has created new material to foster its communications strategies. This includes the generation of a leaflet and a diptych that covers the relevant information of the project

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