Conference delegate registration is now open. Early Bird Registration Fees will remain in place until Friday 19 May.
The provisional mmc2017 scientific programme is now available to view online. You can also take a more detailed look at each of the conference sessions and their invited speakers.
We have a great line-up of Plenary Speakers from all over the world set to headline mmc2017, including leaders in correlative microscopy and atomic-resolution electron microscopy.
Start your mmc2017 experience early by attending one of the four workshops addressing some of the latest topics taking place at Manchester Central on Monday 3 July.
A number of discipline-specific events will take place during mmc2017 allowing you to gain experience from beyond the conference sessions.
Make the most of the opportunities for networking and discussion in Manchester by attending one of the week's social events. These range from specialised to whole-congress events allowing you to meet and share ideas with a huge range of peers.
The variety and scope of mmc2017 is thanks to the number of smaller meetings that make up the Congress. Find out more about each of the organisations making up this year's Microscience Microscopy Congress.
We are proud to be offering travel bursaries to students and early-career researchers to help you attend what we believe is the microscopy event of the year!
Abstract Submission to mmc2017 has now closed. The final programme will be released at the end of May. If you have any queries about your abstract, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The international mmc2017 conference will comprise over 30 symposia, with excellent speakers and vibrant supporting poster sessions.
The congress will begin on Monday 3 July with a number of Pre-Congress Workshops addressing and demonstrating some of the latest techniques and software. The main conference will follow these workshops with two Plenary talks from top speakers and a drinks reception to welcome you to mmc2017.
On Tuesday 4 July the conference sessions will start with six parallel sessions each day, incorporating a number of popular meetings:
- EMAG2017 organised by the Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group (EMAG) of the Institute of Physics
- Frontiers in BioImaging Meeting
- Scanning Probe Microscopy Meeting
- Scottish Microscopy Group Symposium
- Microscopy Society of Ireland Annual Meeting
The conference will then take place over the next 3 days, closing at 1700 on Thursday 6 July.
Throughout the 3 days, the programme will be complemented by a number of celebrated international Plenary and Invited Speakers.
Tuesday 4 July: 0845 - 1600, followed by a poster session 1600 - 1800
Wednesday 5 July: 0845 - 1600, followed by a poster session 1600 - 1800
Thursday 6 July: 0930 - 1700