The Microscience Microscopy Congress 2014, 30 June - 3 July 2014, Manchester, UK
  • An international conference with four parallel sessions
    An international conference with four parallel sessions
  • Europe's largest microscopy and imaging exhibition with over 100 companies
    Europe's largest microscopy and imaging exhibition with over 100 companies
  • A programme of free workshops and access to the RMS Learning Zone
    A programme of free workshops and access to the RMS Learning Zone
  • A full social programme of receptions and Congress Banquet
    A full social programme of receptions and Congress Banquet

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Plans for mmc2015 are well-advanced. It is building on the success of 2014 and, for the first time, will incorporate the ever-popular EMAG. Visit the website and see what we have planned.

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Seminar programme

RMS Learning Zone Seminar Programme for mmc2014

The following talks will be taking place on the RMS Learning Zone during mmc2014.  These are free to all visitors and provide a great learning opportunity.   Please just drop in on the day for the talks, and then follow up with hands-on demonstrations afterwards.
   
Tuesday 1 July 2014
10.00-10.30           Digital Imaging: Nature to Numbers - Ricardo Henriques
10.45-11.15 Achieving the most from your SEM- Optimising instrument performance - guns, columns, detectors etc - Dick Paden
11.30-12.00 Principles and pitfalls of biological sample preparation for EM - Pippa Hawes
12.15-12.45 Introduction to Confocal Microscopy - Jeremy Sanderson
1.00-1.30 Understanding Light Microscopy: lenses, resolution and illumination - Peter Evennett
1.45-2.15 An Introduction to Flow Cytometry – Richard Grenfell
2.15-2.45 Principles and pitfalls of tissue preparation and labelling for immunofluorescence - Susan Anderson
3.00-3.30 Introduction to TEM - Crispin Hetherington
   
Wednesday 2 July 2014
10.00-10.30  Achieving the most from your SEM - Choosing the right approach for sample applications - Gareth Hughes
10.45-11.15  Seeing the invisible: a simple introduction to contrast techniques - Peter Evennett
11.30-12.00 Introduction to Confocal Microscopy - Jeremy Sanderson 
12.15-12.45 Cameras for Microscopy - Matt Preston
1.00-1.30 Introduction to image analysis with ImageJ/Fiji - Ricardo Henriques 
1.45-2.15  Achieving the most from your SEM - New techniques including 3D SEM, FIB and more – Gareth Hughes
2.15-2.45  Introduction to AFM/SPM – Terry McMaster
3.00-3.30  Introduction to super-resolution microscopy - Ricardo Henriques
   
Thursday 3 July
10.00-10.30 Understanding Light Microscopy: lenses, resolution and illumination - Peter Evennett
10.45-11.15 Principles and pitfalls of biological sample preparation for EM - Pippa Hawes
11.30-12.00 Introduction to TEM - Crispin Hetherington
12.15-12.45  Seeing the invisible: a simple introduction to contrast techniques - Peter Evennett
1.00-1.30 Achieving the most from your SEM - Optimising instrument performance – guns, columns, detectors etc - Dick Paden
1.45-2.15  Introduction to scripting with ImageJ/Fiji – Ricardo Henriques
2.15-2.45 Introduction to Confocal Microscopy - Jeremy Sanderson
   
Certificates of Attendance will be available. 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 
 

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