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Renishaw announces Raman seminars at the STFC, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

Posted: 28 August 2012 | | 1 comment

Following the success of the Inside Raman seminar last year…

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Following the success of the Inside Raman seminar last year at the Natural History Museum, Renishaw’s Raman spectroscopy team will be hosting this year’s Inside Raman seminar at the STFC, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th September 2012.

See Renishaw’s applications experts in action

The seminar features talks by prominent scientists on their research involving Raman spectroscopy and provides delegates with an opportunity to see, first hand, demonstrations of Renishaw’s latest Raman technology, instrumentation and software.

With tours of the impressive facilities at the STFC, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory – including the ISIS pulsed neutron and muon source, RAL Space and the Central Laser Facility – there is a full agenda. There will also be a drinks reception for delegates on Tuesday evening, providing an excellent opportunity for networking.

Martin Davies, Renishaw’s Spectroscopy Division’s UK and Ireland Sales Manager, says “the event will appeal to anyone interested in learning about, or extending their understanding of, Raman Spectroscopy, and will cater for people at all levels of Raman knowledge and experience”.

The seminars run on consecutive days; Day 1 will focus on life science applications and Raman integrated with beamlines, while Day 2 will cover Raman-AFM/TERS, materials science and physics applications. Demonstrations by Renishaw’s applications experts will take place on both days.

Find out more at www.renishaw.com/RamanEvents

 

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One response to “Renishaw announces Raman seminars at the STFC, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory”

  1. This is going to be an interesting seminar. It’s great to see intelligent people working together for a new and advance scientific perspective. This will open new greater heights of ideas to many professionals and scientist alike.

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