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Meeting on variable pressure scanning electron microscopy

From: Marika Spring <marika.spring<-a>
Date: Tuesday, May 6, 2008
The following is posted on behalf of Alex Ball, Electron Microscope
Unit Manager, The Natural History Museum, UK.

    The Natural History Museum will be hosting a one-day meeting on
    Variable Pressure Scanning Electron Microscopy in association
    with Electron Microscope Users South (EMUS) and the Society of
    Electron Microscope Technology (SEMT).

    The meeting will be held on the 4 June 2008.

    This will be an opportunity for the trade and research
    communities to get together in one of the world's great research
    institutions. The Natural History Museum has housed electron
    microscopy and analytical facilities since 1965 and has been
    carrying out research using variable pressure SEM since 1979.

    The aim of the meeting is to discuss a broad range of variable
    pressure SEM applications and to invite discussion from the
    trade as to the current and future capabilities of variable
    pressure SEM.

    There is no registration fee to attend this meeting and
    refreshments and a buffet lunch will be provided. For further
    information about the programme and registration contact Alex
    Ball or Lauren Howard at the addresses below:

        Alex Ball
        a.ball<-a t->nhm< . >ac< . >uk
        +44 207 942 5263

        Lauren Howard
        l.howard<-a t->nhm< . >ac< . >uk
        +44 207 942 5157

Marika Spring
Scientific Dept
National Gallery, London, UK


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