Microscopy & Microtechniques
Laboratory Professionals prepare for mmc2017
May 03 2017 Read 678 Times
The Microscience Microscopy Congress, mmc2017 combines Europe’s largest free microscopy and imaging exhibition full of free training opportunities with a large, respected scientific conference. The free exhibition at Manchester Central is open from Tuesday 4th to Thursday 6th July.
The free mmc2017 exhibition offers you plenty of chances to pick up microscopy and cytometry tips, tricks and new skills to ensure precision and accuracy in your data, making this a truly unmissable event for laboratory professionals.
The floorplan of the mmc2017 exhibition demonstrates how many different areas and opportunities are available to you as a free day visitor as well as the huge number of manufacturers and suppliers available to answer questions and offer product demonstrations on their latest equipment.
You can learn hands on, best practice sample preparation for a variety of microscopes and conditions in the Learning Zone with impartial specialists on hand to tailor their advice to your research and answer your questions. The Learning Zone will also allow you to fine tune your use on a wide range of microscopes including light, confocal and fluorescence.
Learn directly from the industry experts how to make the most from your equipment in one of the commercial workshops which are designed to be educational and informative. There will be four workshop areas, each with their own daily programme presented by company advisors so there will be plenty to choose from. Confirmed topics so far include; in situ EM, cell division tracking, crystal structure determination and LED illumination.
The exhibition of companies itself is a busy and exciting environment with industry giants such as Nikon, Thermo Fisher and Leica presenting their latest equipment and offers as well as smaller more specialised companies including Exprodo Software, Labtech International and Photon Lines. If you’re looking to make a purchase, the mmc2017 exhibition will save you time and allow you to compare and speak to all the companies all under one roof.
You can also be a part of the first UK network for BioImage Analysts by joining in with the NEUBIAS Community Meeting on Wednesday 5th July, learning about their aims and objectives and how they can help with challenges you face in your lab and career.
Find out how some of the largest companies are using microscopy to help them achieve their full potential in the British Measurement and Testing Association’s seminar entitled ‘Optical Measurements in Industrial Inspection.’ The BMTA offer advice to a huge number of laboratories nationwide on topics such as UKAS Standards and Accreditation and up-to-date information on measurement methods and techniques. You can visit them at any point in the mmc2017 exhibition. The seminar costs £60 to attend which includes lunch and refreshments. You can view the programme online.
You are guaranteed to leave the mmc2017 exhibition with new skills or knowledge or both that you can take back to the workplace and with free registration, it is truly an event you don’t want to miss.
The Royal Microscopical Society are also offering a number of day visitor travel bursaries for those who find funding the travel to Manchester to be a barrier.
Find out more about mmc2017 and register to join us in Manchester.
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