mmc2023 (incorporating EMAG 2023): The wait is almost over
The wait is almost over for the Royal Microscopical Society’s flagship event, mmc2023 (incorporating EMAG 2023), taking place in Manchester from 4 – 6 July.
The Microscience Microscopy Congress (mmc) is renowned as one of the biggest and best international events in microscopy, imaging, and flow cytometry, bringing together hundreds of people who use microscopes for work, study and pleasure. There is still time to register, if you haven’t already!
The event features a huge, three-day conference, with 36 sessions covering every aspect of microscopy, imaging and flow cytometry - including recent and emerging applications. Meanwhile, a *FREE* world-class exhibition will be showcasing the latest products and technology for research and industry visitors. There is also a wide range of workshops, satellite meetings, social networking opportunities and more.
After a Covid-enforced, four-year gap since the last in-person mmc, the Congress will be taking place once again at the superb Manchester Central Convention Complex. This year’s event is shaping up to be one of the best ever, with a record number of abstracts (more than 400) submitted, a new and improved Learning Zone, and a multi-category, International Scientific Imaging Competition.
RMS President Professor Grace Burke said: "It gives me such great pleasure to say that mmc2023 is on track to be a tremendous, international event for our microscopy and microanalysis community. The Scientific programme is as rich and diverse as ever, with a great line-up of speakers and hundreds of abstracts submitted.
"Meanwhile, I have no doubt our exhibitors are relishing the opportunity to bring the very best in microscopy and imaging to the first ‘in-person’ mmc since 2019. As the old adage goes, absence makes the heart grow fonder, and I suspect many of you will sense, as I do, something extra special about this year’s event."