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EMAG 2015 Programme Released

Posted by: mmc_office at 8:30 am on May 8th, 2015

The Scientific Programme for EMAG 2015 has been released

As the Microscience Microscopy Congress series prepares for the first event in its new calendar spot it looks to be the best in the series with EMAG 2015 taking part under the umbrella of mmc2015 along with the SPM and the Frontiers in Bioimaging Meetings. To demonstrate the wide-reaching nature of this top microscopy and imaging conference, the European Microscopy Society have designated it as an EMS Extension, one of only two for 2015.

The EMAG Conference is organised by the Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group of the Institute of Physics and the RMS are proud to be working with this popular long-standing conference at mmc2015. By incoporating the two events, delegates are able to enjoy an even larger trade and industry exhibition, benefit from extended netwrking opportunities including cross-disciplinary interactions and have access to a far broader range of workshops and training opportunities than would be possible at each event individually.

EMAG have already announced their pre-congress workshop: Short Course on Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS), their three Plenary Speakers: Professor Dirk van Dyck, Dr Max Haider and Professor Sir Colin Humphreys CBE, and their free satellite event: FIB and EM Prep User Group Meeting. Now to add to the huge amount already on offer to look forward to, their scientific programme is now available to view.

Early Bird Registration Rates for EMAG and mmc2015 are in place until Friday 15 May.

Late-Breaking Posters are also still invited until Friday 15 May.

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