The European Light Microscopy Initiative Meeting 2018 will be held at University College Dublin, Ireland.
A packed and engaging week will get underway on Tuesday 5 June.
As with previous meetings, elmi2018 will host a large trade exhibition, aimed to show the latest equipment from the manufacturers of all different kinds of microscopes and microscopy techniques, as well as suppliers of accessories and consumables, preparation tools, image analysis systems, and some of the important publishers in the field. Trade exhibition will be followed by the industrial workshops and technical lectures.
The organisers invite you to play your part in this great event in the European light microscopy calendar.
It’s one thing to say you’ve been to Dublin. Another to say you’ve done it. Sounds, songs, tunes and tastes – Dublin is a cosmopolitan European city with a very Irish heart. From traditional music to stunning urban parks, the city is all about giving things a go. You may not have a huge amount of spare time during the meeting, but you won't fail to realise that Dublin is a special city, and a very easy place to have fun.
Whether you are actively involved in research or commercial light microscopy, or you are a manufacturer or supplier, we encourage you to add this event to your diaries, and we look forward to welcoming you to Dublin.
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The European Light Microscopy Initiative was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of....