The annual symposium encompasses areas of the life, physical, and instrumental sciences.
Student participation in this symposium is highly encouraged. There is a monetary prize for the best student presentations under several categories. Historically, the symposium has provided an excellent forum for young researchers (particularly at postgraduate level) to present their data and findings at a conference. We will continue to foster this very strongly, as PhD students of very disparate backgrounds can engage in scientific debate.
MMI will be exhibiting and presenting a techno-bite at this meeting! Come and visit MMI at our booth to talk about laser microdissection, optical tweezers, slide scanners, and cell isolation.
Visit the event website for further information and for registration.