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Building on the success of our 2015 Microscopy Congress in London, Global Engage is pleased to announce the 2nd Microscopy Congress, which will be held on 14-15 November, 2016 in London.

Attracting experts working in all areas of microscopy for biological sciences, including optical, electron and scanning probe microscopy, super-resolution microscopy, 3D imaging, Cryo-EM and CLEM, the conference will examine the latest developments in the technologies and techniques being used for progressing medical research in areas such as diagnostic microscopy, neuroscience, pathology, and developmental biology. The meeting will also focus on image analysis and data handling.

With the significant breakthrough in resolution capabilities brought about by the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry winners, this is an exciting time to be working in microscopy. Not only is it one of the most fundamental techniques used by biologists, but microscopy is also facilitating crucial advances in healthcare and drug discovery, allowing scientists to observe the micro world in ever increasing detail.
Should you be an expert in developing microscopy technologies and platforms, or a scientist using microscopy to further medical research, the conference will be an excellent opportunity to learn, share, discuss and engage with the most current microfluidics research and technology. During the two-day conference, there will be networking, breaks to promote interaction with your peers, expert led case study presentations, and a dynamic exhibition room filled with technology providers showcasing their technologies and solutions.

The streams of the conference:
  1. Instrumentation, Techniques and Developments
  2. Super Resolution Microscopy
  3. Image Processing and Data Analysis
  4. Microscopy Applications in the Biological Sciences
The agenda is currently under development. For a more detailed synopsis or to download last year’s agenda, please visit the agenda page.

2016 Advisory Panel

Christoph Cremer
University of Mainz

Elisa D'EsteElisa d’Este
Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry

Ben GiepmansBen Giepmans
University of Groningen

Jacob HoogenboomJacob Hoogenboom
Delft University of Technology

Dimitrios LamprouDimitrios Lamprou

University of Strathclyde

Yves MelyYves Mely
University of Strasbourg

Prasad ShastriPrasad Shastri
University of Freiburg

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Steve Hambrook

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