Virtual Access: Single Cell Omics

This exclusive package of digital content derives from Keystone Symposia’s oversubscribed conference on “Single Cell Omics” that took place May 26-30, 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden and was organized by Drs. Sarah Teichmann, Evan W. Newell and William J. Greenleaf.

To view the program of this conference, visit


This digital package, available for six months until June 12, 2018 for 100 USD, consists of

  • 228 Abstracts – All the 20 speaker and 208 poster abstracts submitted for the conference;
  • 38 ePosters – PDFs of some of the posters presented at the conference;
  • 7 SciTalks – Screencast* video recordings of talks by program speakers;
  • Meeting and Abstract Books – PDFs of the meeting book provided to conference attendees and of a special addendum only available through this package consisting of all the poster abstracts presented in alphabetical order by presenter last name.

The 100 USD access fee covers our administrative costs. Register to purchase the package; once you purchase, you will have unlimited access to log back into the website to view the content until June 12, 2018. If you have any questions, please contact our Attendee Services Department at

*What Are Screencast Videos?

A screencast is a digital video recording that captures actions taking place on a computer display. The Keystone Symposia presenters recorded their presentations remotely and provided voice-over narration for their presentation materials.

  • Static and other audio anomalies are present on some videos due to internet traffic at the time of the recordings.
  • Since the talks were given a second time, they may not be identical to those presented in the meeting sessions.
  • To preview the titles and speakers of the scientific presentations videos, click on the "On Demand Videos" tab on this page. Alternatively, click on this link to view an index.

About Virtual Access

Virtual Access is a Keystone Symposia initiative that is designed to provide access to digital content derived from a popular (often oversubscribed) Keystone Symposia conference. It leverages digital media to extend our face-to-face conferences' reach to the broader scientific community. The intent is to disseminate the latest research and fulfill our existing mandate of catalyzing the advancement of biomedical life sciences by convening high-quality scientific conferences.

Image of skin cell courtesy of Torsten Wittmann, University of California, San Francisco