The field of microscopy and microanalysis has had significant impacts on all scientific disciplines, giving vision to researchers and allowing us to see things not visible to the naked eye. Experts in this field will be meeting in Sydney this year, between 9-14 September, at an international event hosted by STA member organisation, the Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Society (AMMS) and the International Federation of Societies for Microscopy (IFSM).
The 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19) will host Nobel Laureates Professor Dan Shechtman (from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology) and Professor Joachim Frank (from Columbia University, USA) alongside a variety of other global experts at the world’s largest and most diverse gathering of microscopy and microanalysis professionals.
IMC19 will shine a light on Australia’s significant and exciting contribution to a collaborative, multidisciplinary industry that affects everyone’s lives – every single day.
International and local speakers will include Dr Misty Jenkins from the Walter Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research, Associate Professor Jennifer Dionne from Stanford University, and Professor Zhiwei Shan from Xi’an Jiaotong University in China. They, together with the world’s scientific leaders, will debate and discuss the latest insights and approaches in policy, research and programs relevant to practitioners, providers, government and academia.
With the largest exhibition in the world dedicated to microscopy, imaging techniques and analysis, the IMC19 show floor will display the latest, cutting-edge technology, and state-of-the- art products and services.
The 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19) will centre around the theme, Microscopy: Bridging the Sciences, promoting collaboration across the primary streams of Frontier Issues; Instrumentation and Techniques; Physical and Life Sciences.
To register and for more information: http://imc19.com.