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  Linkam release the RH95 Relative Humidity Control unit for use in conjunction with Linkam’s range of temperature controlled stages for applications in materials, foods and pharmaceuticals testing

Linkam Scientific Instruments, have announced the launch of a new relative humidity controller for their range of temperature stages used for materials, pharmaceuticals and foods testing. The unit will make its debut at mmc2015, the largest European microscopy event of the year.

The new Linkam RH95 relative humidity controller The new RH95 Relative Humidity Controller is the latest addition to provide precise environmental sample control to Linkam’s range of temperature stages. It has been developed based on the feedback of many Linkam users in the materials, foods and pharmaceutical industries where humidity plays an important role in product development, manufacture and even storage. It will be shown on stand number 411 at mmc2015, the biennial conference and exhibition organised by the Royal Microscopical Society.

 

  Record number of delegates and visitors flock to the 15th European Microscopy Congress

The 15th European Microscopy Congress – emc2012 - held at Manchester Central in September, was the largest yet in the series. It attracted 1,714 registered Conference Delegates. This is a 30% increase on 2008

Professor Tony Wilson giving the opening Plenary Lecture to a packed theatreThe record breaking numbers were drawn by eight parallel conference sessions that embraced the life and physical sciences, and delivered a balanced programme of optical and electron microscopy. This breadth made emc2012 the most inclusive event yet. Professor Tony Wilson, President of the Royal Microscopical Society and Vice Chair of the Congress, said, “The conference sessions have provided an unparalleled opportunity for delegates to immerse themselves in their own area of interest, and also to witness new techniques and tools that might benefit their current work, or feature in their future activities.”...

 

  European Microscopy Congress – Full Scientific Programme Released The Scientific Programme for emc2012 comprises eight parallel sessions with the Life Sciences featuring more strongly than ever before.

European Microscopy Congress The Scientific Programme for the 15th European Microscopy Congress includes six plenary talks, 123 invited speakers and 330 oral presentations spread across 72 sessions that embrace light and electron microscopy.
The Congress has built its reputation on the Physical Sciences, but recent conferences have included sessions on the Life Sciences...

 

  The 15th European Microscopy Congress Free entry to Europe's largest ever exhibition dedicated to microscopy

The 15th European Microscopy CongressDo you ever use a microscope in your work? If so, there are a number of reasons why you will benefit from visiting this very special exhibition. The scale of the international conference has encouraged microscope and imaging companies from around the world to put extra effort into bringing a wider range of products than ever before...

 

  European Microscopy Congress 2012 – Manchester UK European Microscopy Congress 2012Light and electron microscopy across the life and physical sciences will take centre stage in Manchester from 16th - 21st September 2012. The 15th European Microscopy Congress, emc2012, will be Europe's largest ever event dedicated to microscopy and imaging. It includes an international conference comprising over 30 sessions within four symposia, an exhibition with over 100 companies, plus a programme of workshops, training opportunities, and a busy social programme. The Call for Papers has been made, and the deadline for abstract submission is 16th March...

 

  Nobel Prize Winner to Speak at European Microscopy Congress The 15th European Microscopy Congress Professor Daniel Shechtman has been confirmed as a Plenary Speaker at the 15th European Microscopy Congress (emc2012) in Manchester in September 2012. Professor Shechtman was awarded this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his discovery of "quasicrystals" which showed that the atoms in a crystal could be packed in an unrepeatable pattern. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said that the discovery in 1982 was initially "extremely controversial," but that it had "fundamentally changed the way chemists look at solid matter"...

 

  MICROSCIENCE 2010 – A STRONG PLATFORM FOR 2012 MICROSCIENCE 2010, the Royal Microscopical Society's flagship meeting held at ExCeL London at the end of June, attracted 519 conference delegates - the first time that the 500-barrier has been broken. And, the overall visitor-target of 2,000 was also reached.

 

 

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