Microscopy & Microtechniques
Motic's 30th Anniversary Contest - An Image that is Worth a Panthera L Microscope
Jun 20 2018 Read 672 Times
In 2018, Motic Instruments, the established manufacturer of Light Microscopes and microscope cameras, commemorates its 30th year anniversary of growth and expansion with special promotions and events throughout the year.
To celebrate together with its customers, to learn more about Microscopists' work and thus to improve the knowledge of future demands from microscopy and digital imaging, Motic Europe starts a contest to win a brand-new PANTHERA L smart microscope.
Microscope users of legal age (18+) can participate through social media or by e-mail. Send your photomicrography, catch an attractive sample visible through the microscope, and feel free to use any microscope/camera setup not regarding the brand. Or send a picture of your Motic microscope at your workplace; even better: a picture of yourself working with it. The detailed rules of the contest can be found here.
“We like to celebrate together with our customers as well as microscopists in general, learning from their experience and their expertise,” Dr Cristina Silva, Product Specialist of Motic Europe, stated. “For future developments, it is essential to intensify our contact to those people who are fundamental for Motic’s success on the market: the microscope users.”
The participation period finishes on 31st December 2018. The verdict of the jury will be made public on Motic Europe's website and Social Media Channels in January 2019, the prize will be awarded throughout the month of February 2019.
The award-winning PANTHERA L is a state-of-the-art light microscope, an appealing prize which is worth to search through the database or to seek attractive samples for new images. Don't miss your chance to win.
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