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Exhibition Diary – 2019/2020

As we draw towards the end of 2019, we will be attending some exciting conferences in December 2019 and January 2020. Here’s a rundown of what we’ll be attending and when…

47th Scottish Microscopy Symposium: 3rd December 2019

The 47th Scottish Microscopy Symposium will be held on 3rd December 2019 at The Roslin Institute in Edinburgh. This year there’s:

  • More submitted talks than ever before
  • A broad spectrum of industry representation to find out about the latest technologies in the field of microscopy
  • A wide range of talks from across many disciplines and career levels
  • Poster presentations with best poster prize
  • Imaging competition with 1st and 2nd place prizes to win

Our field Sales Executive, Jake Panesar, will be attending and will be pleased to meet you there.

SEMT One Day Meeting: 11th December 2019

The annual SEMT One Day meeting will be held at the Natural History Museum. Topics covered by the 2019 meeting include electron microscopy, confocal microscopy and elemental analysis as well as microscope self-build.

The RMS Beginners Competition will also be hosted at the meeting – the beginners competition is specifically aimed at students, interns, apprentices and faculty staff who have given no more than two talks outside their home institution. Entry to this competition is open now and will close on 29th November 2019.

Our Field Sales Executive, Ben Hayllar, will be attending this meeting.

SEMT One Day Meeting

MSI Symposium 2020: 8th, 9th & 10th January 2020

Hosted in Trinity College Dublin (TCD), themes for the meeting include:

  • Correlative Microscopy
  • In-situ EM
  • Societal challenges
  • Instrumental development
  • Microscopy for Additive Manufacturing
  • Microscopy in the Geosciences
  • Biomedical imaging
  • Microscopy for ICT

Our Field Sales Executive, Jake Panesar, will be attending the MSI Symposium 2020.

MSI Symposium 2020

EM-UK 2020: 9th & 10th January 2020

Hosted at the University of Plymouth on the 9th & 10th of January, the EM-UK community meetings are designed to be an open forum for discussion of the latest developments and challenges in the field, suitable for both academic and commercial microscopists.

The meeting will include Techno Bites, talks, discussions about training, an evening meal and plenty of networking opportunities.

Field Service Executive, Ben Hayllar will be attending EM-UK 2020 and will be pleased to meet you there!

EM-UK 2020

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