What we have, we offer — even more! It is with great pleasure to offer trainings and support for researchers world-wide, with capacity building and facilitation of laboratory procedures. 1. Training and support for Molecular Biology courses.We train, support, and provide bioinformatics consultancy services to meet the needs of researchers. Our services include but are not limited to Bioinformatics analysis planning, Research computation on data management and analysis, offer workshops and training on various bioinformatics topics for researchers and educators, and provision of resources and analysis services for research projects. 2. Capacity building in the application of artificial intelligence to life scienceWith the development of microbial sequencing in recent years, there has been an increasing amount of microbial data which can be effectively evaluated and analyzed through computational approaches, including AI. Helix Biogen Consult is involved in the extensive use of AI/machine learning in analyzing biological data for translational research. 3. Conduct and facilitate Laboratory procedures and projects for molecular biology, microbiological and immunological sciences.We suggest new technologies and procedures and provide recommendations for methodology and study design to meet researchers’ needs for these life sciences projects. We collaborate on molecular biology research projects that involved molecular cloning, nucleic acid extraction and purification, plasmid isolation, primer designs, qPCR metagenomics analysis, gene sequencing, and whole-genome sequencing. In microbiological studies, we offer a broad range of microbiological laboratory services such as bacteria culture and cultivation, fungi culture and cultivation, antimicrobial susceptibility testing, air quality testing, food and environmental sampling, and analysis. In addition, Helix Biogen Consult primarily focus on molecular immunology in research, diagnostics, and therapy as specific needs for patient-tailored, precision medical treatment are addressed due to the concept of mechanism-driven development of biologicals at the interface of immunology.