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Posted: August 5, 2010
Free 'Inside Raman' seminars
(Nanowerk News) An exciting line up of world-class speakers will be passing on their experience and expertise in the up-coming 'Inside Raman' event at the University of Warwick. This event, jointly organised by Renishaw plc and Mark Newton at the University of Warwick, is aimed at promoting Raman spectroscopy to UK businesses and academia.
The seminars run on consecutive days:
Day 1, on Wednesday 22nd September will focus on life science applications.
Day 2, on Thursday 23rd September, will focus on chemistry, material science and physics.
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in learning about, or extending their understanding of Raman Spectroscopy. This event will cater for people at all levels of Raman knowledge and experience, from those who are interested in exploring the potential of Raman in their field of expertise, through to those using Raman on a routine basis to solve a variety of problems.
Why should I attend?
Learn from world-leading scientists (see Details page for lists of speakers)
Latest techniques, instrumentation and applications, research and funding trends
Tour of the impressive facilities for optical spectroscopy and EPR/ESR at Millburn House
No charge to attend event - refreshments and lunch provided
How do I attend?
Go to the registration page and enter your details to register an interest in attending. Your are advised to register promptly as spaces are limited. The event is being hosted by Mark Newton at Millburn House, the University of Warwick. For venue details, please visit http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting. Millburn House is situated within the Science Park and is building number 40 on the campus maps. We hope to provide sufficient parking for attendees at Millburn House. This will be confirmed nearer to the event.
There will be two, single day events on the 22nd and 23rd of September. Each day is organised around a number of highly informative talks delivered by leading academics followed by questions and discussions. There will also be an opportunity to tour the impressive spectroscopy and EPR facilities at Millburn House, chat to Renishaw application engineers, and to see the latest innovations in Raman technologies.
Registration will take place between 10:00 and 10:30 am, with the event expected to finish between 4:30 and 5:00 pm.
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