The 15th European Microscopy Congress
Manchester Central, United Kingdom
was held on 16th -
© Royal Microscopical Society 2012
emc2012 was organised by
the Royal Microscopical
There is more to emc2012 than an International Conference and large-
The Royal Microscopical Society’s biennial International Micrograph Competition was launched at the start of the year. This highly respected event will culminate with the winners being announced at emc2012.
As always, there will be stunning prizes on offer, and the companies that donate
them can be very imaginative. In 2010, one lucky winner received a diamond. Yes,
a diamond! In addition there were “must-
The deadline for the life sciences medal has now passed, winners will be announced in April. The aim of the award is to celebrate and mark outstanding scientific achievements applying microscopy in the field of cell biology. For more information, click here.
The call for the FEI-
Student Poster prizes will be awarded in the Advances in SEM session, sponsored Hitachi, for £100, £75, £50 and £25. Prizes will be presented during the conference.
One of the goals of the Special Interest Group #4 of the European Crystallographic Association is the promotion of the techniques and the science of electron crystallography amongst young researchers.
We therefore want to reward two posters of young scientists (< 35 years) presenting remarkable research in the field of electron crystallography with a prize sponsored by Calidris (500€ and a book) and Nanomegas (500€).
Exhibiting companies are hosting workshops Monday-
The full workshop timetable and links to abstracts can be found along the left hand side navigation.