OECI dedicates a Special Edition Newsletter to Instand-NGS4P


Instand-NGS4P Beneficiary, OECI – the Organisation of European Cancer Institutes – has dedicated an entire Newsletter to the Instand-NGS4P project. The Newsletter describes the aims of the project, and progress made to date. This is an important dissemination tool, with the OECI Audience comprising 1300 contacts including: OECI Membership; Cancer Organisations and & relevant cancer

Event announcement: EASI-Genomics Workshop on Implementing Genomic Research Projects


This workshop addresses the key issues facing genomic research such as ethical and legal issues, privacy and data protection, data standardisation and implementation of standardised sample workflows. For further information on this event organised jointly by BBMRI-ERIC and EASI-Genomics, please visit Workshop on Implementing Genomic Research Projects | EASI-Genomics

New CEN Technical Specifications on NGS Workflow enter final technical commenting period


Analysis carried out by Instand-NGS4P´s WP7 of existing gaps in current standardization led to the proposal of 2 new Work Items for development in partnership with CEN/TC 140 “In vitro diagnostic medical devices” WG3 “Quality Management in the Medical Laboratory”:00140151 – prCEN/TS XXX In vitro diagnostic Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) workflows – Part 1: Human

Consortium Meeting, 22-23.06.2022, Florence


The Consortium Meeting of the EU-Instand NGS4P project took place in Florence, Italy on June 22-23, 2022, and was hosted by the University of Florence (Università degli Studi di Firenze | UniFI). It was the first face-to-face meeting since the 2020 Kick-off meeting in Graz due to corona pandemic restrictions.The 2 day-meeting was opened by Kurt

Contract Award for PCP Phase 1 – Solution Design


We are excited to announce that the Contract Award Notice ‘Results of the procurement procedure’ of the Instand-NGS4P Request for Tender has today been published in the Official Journal of the European Union supplement (OJ/S) and is available on the TED database under 2022/S 095-263180. The tenderers who have successfully concluded Framework Agreements and Specific

H2020 European Genomics Infrastructure project EASI-Genomics announces Fourth Call for Proposals for Transnational Access Projects


H2020 EASI-Genomics (European Advanced infraStructure for Innovative Genomics) announces the Fourth Call for Proposals for Transnational Access Projects, supporting integrative projects including high-throughput and cutting-edge sequencing and complex bioinformatics analysis.Timeline:Call open: 01.03.2022 8:00 CETProposal submission deadline: 10.04.2022 23:55 CETNotification of applicants: by 01.07.2022Start of projects: latest 4 months after notification EASI-Genomics´ novel infrastructure is accessible worldwide

Q&As on the Tendering Process now available


The answers to your questions regarding all aspects of the Tendering Process are now available on the Request for Tender page!Questions and answers will be updated regularly until the 10th of December. If you can´t find the answer to your specific question, please write to instand-tender@medunigraz.at, and you will receive a reply within a few

View the Tendering Webinar held on the 3rd of November


Coordinator Kurt Zatloukal presents the Request for Tender to over 80 interested participants from 14 different countriesThe Request for Tender to develop fully integrated and standardized NGS workflows for routine diagnosis of common and rare cancers in adults and children was published on the 19th of October 2021, and has already attracted much interest from

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