The Microscience Microscopy Congress 2015, 29 June - 2 July 2015, Manchester Central, UK

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The Learning Zone

The Learning Zone is a free feature of the Exhibition and is open to all visitors and conference delegates.  It is a place where you can speak to experts, learn something new, ask questions, and develop your knowledge.  Do bring your samples and ask for advice.  There are different zones covering seven different specialist areas - SEM, TEM, Light Microscopy, Digital Microscopy, Confocal Microscopy, Specimen Preparation and Scanning Probe Microscopy.

The Learning Zone has its own seminar programme made up of 30 minute talks giving introductions to a variety of microscopy topics and techniques, running daily from 10.00 until 15.45. A detailed programme can be found below.

The Learning Zone is a unique feature you may recognise from the MICROSCIENCE series of the Royal Microscopical Society, it has been a major part of our flagship events since 2002, starting out as a specialist learning area for light microscopy.  We're building on the success of previous years to expand to multiple areas of microscopy and provide this tremendous free opportunity for both exhibition visitors and conference delegates.

The Learning Zone – The opportunity to 'Ask the Experts'

The Learning Zone Seminar Programme

Scanning Electron Microscopy at The Learning Zone

Transmission Electron Microscopy at The Learning Zone

Light Microscopy at The Learning Zone

Digital Microscopy at The Learning Zone

Confocal Microscopy at The Learning Zone

Specimen Preparation at The Learning Zone

Scanning Probe Microscopy at The Learning Zone

RMS Outreach Area

Microscope Activity Kit, Outreach activities and Diploma information

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