Upcoming scientific conferences and events in the UK and Europe. Meet Blue Scientific and our partners at these training courses, scientific conferences and workshops. If you have any questions please get in touch.
Due to the situation with COVID-19, in the interests of safety we will not be attending any events for the remainder of 2020.
However there are lots of virtual events and webinars coming up, to keep you up to date with the scientific community. We are also available by phone and email to answer all your queries and for remote support.
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Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays
Starting 21 April 2020
“Training Office Hours” from Bruker are weekly live sessions:
- Tuesdays: XRF, OES, CS/ONH
- Wednesdays: XRD, XRM, Micro-CT
- Thursdays: SC-XRD
Chat with attendees, ask questions and discuss your applications. Live only – not available on-demand. More info…
16 June 2020
Bruker webinar about how modern microfocus sources can help you determine the structure of the smallest crystals and weak diffractors. More info…
27 May 2020
Compositional mapping and measuring element distribution on paintings and artefacts in museums and galleries with the Bruker ELIO and CRONO portable XRF instruments. More info…
28 May 2020
Bruker webinar about using micro-CT (X-Ray Microscopy) to quantitate lung disease and monitor disease development in real time is an advantage in small animals, with 3D analysis of the whole lung. Assess a wide range of lung diseases and correlate with data from human patients. More info..
3 June 2020
An online AFM symposium from Bruker, with speakers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and INSA Lyon. A discussion of the latest applications and research in piezoresponse force microscopy, with in-lab demonstrations of various AFM techniques and modes. More info…
10 June 2020
Bruker webinar about using TXRF trace element analysis in the food, feed and nutrition industry. Sample preparation is much easier than traditional digestion procedures, making the process fast and convenient for quality control, R&D and analytical services. More info…
21 July 2020
An introduction to Atom Probe Tomography (APT) and its applications in metals, semiconductors and insulators. Presented by Robert Ulfig of CAMECA, hosted by the Materials Research Society. More info…
3 September 2020, Afternoon (GMT)
This year the Tomography for Scientific Advancement symposium will be taking place online. There’ll be invited international speakers, lightning talks, sponsor showcase and a virtual coffee break. Registration is free and all sponsor income is donated to COVID-19 charities. Details coming soon…