03 July 2017 -- 06 July 2017, 1200 - 1500
mmc2017 will provide something for everyone with an interest in microscopy and imaging.
The Microscience Microscopy Congress is more than just a large scientific conference. It is one of Europe’s largest learning events in microscopy and imaging. Combining a number of cross-disciplinary meetings with workshops, an informal Learning Zone area and a programme of six daily parallel sessions, mmc2017 and EMAG is an event that should be highlighted in your diary.
mmc2017 free exhibition
The Microscience Microscopy Congress Series is well-known for its huge free microscopy and imaging exhibition that runs alongside the scientific conference. As well as over 100 exhibitors showcasing their latest products and services, the exhibition will provide a number of free training opportunities including drop-in commercial workshops, the Learning Zone area and an introductory seminar theatre. The exhibition is open from 4-6 July and will also house the Poster Village and daily poster sessions. Entry to all of this is completely free!
mmc2017 international conference
The mmc2017 scientific programme will host six daily parallel sessions covering both life and physical sciences using a range of techniques including LM, EM , SPM and X-ray microscopy, headlined by an impressive line-up of Plenary Speakers from across the world. The variety and collaborative nature of the conference is thanks to the number of popular, smaller meetings taking place at mmc2017. This year we are welcoming; EMAG 2017, Frontiers in Bioimaging, SPM 2017 and sessions from the Microscopy Society of Ireland and the Scottish Microscopy Group.
mmc2017 satellite meetings
Make the most out of your visit to mmc2017 by attending one of the smaller satellite meetings taking place throughout the conference.
Monday 3 July – Cross Disciplinary LM and EM Meeting
Tuesday 4 July – FIB & EM Prep User Group Meeting
Wednesday 5 July – NEUBIAS BioImage Analyst Community Meeting
Thursday 6 July – ‘Optical Measurements in Industrial Inspection’ seminar hosted by the British Measurement and Testing Association (BMTA)
Registration for the conference and the exhibition is now open.
Early bird registration and late breaking poster submission will close on Friday 15 May.