Microscopy & Microtechniques

Microscience Show Review

Aug 05 2006

Author: Rob Flavin, Executive Director RMS on behalf of RMS

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The last week of June marked a fantastic demonstration that microscopy is alive and well - a world-class conference and exhibition delivered with style and panache that posted a 70% increase in visitor numbers. Coming after months of hard work and planning by the show organisers, The Royal Microscopical Society (RMS), the popularity of MICROSCIENCE 2006 provides the RMS with a perfect springboard to launch their bid for the 17th International Microscopy Congress in 2010. Perhaps you were fortunate enough to attend. However, if you did not make it to London this year, this brief review reflects the atmosphere generated by MICROSCIENCE and the thoughtfully conceived and strong product portfolio that MICROSCIENCE delivers. It may explain why, at a time when exhibitions and trade shows around the world appear to be in steep decline, Europe?s premier event for microscopists advanced on every front.

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