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Illumina competition winners

Illumina competition winners

Brandon Reyneke, winner of the 2018 Illumina Core Lab Competition, dropped off his samples for analysis at the CPGR earlier today.  Brandon is a MSc candidate under the supervision of Prof Wesaal Khan in the Department of Microbiology, Stellenbosch University...
Why does “n” still normally equal 3?

Why does “n” still normally equal 3?

One of the main reasons behind the conception of the CPGR was to create a facility that could help facilitate ‘omics-based research in a resource limited setting. This was over a decade ago and in that time there have been several lessons we have learnt as a service...