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ESRF Users' Meeting 2013 & Associated Phase II Workshops

04 Feb 2013 - 06 Feb 2013 - Grenoble, France



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The upcoming ESRF Users' Meeting between 4-6 February 2013 will give ESRF Users the opportunity to discuss the most recent advances in science using synchrotron radiation and also, exceptionally this year, to participate in lively discussions about the future of ESRF and how it could be used to solve some of today's biggest challenges in science!

The 23rd ESRF Users' Meeting will take place on the ESRF site, providing the perfect opportunity for European scientists to gather to hear about and discuss some of the most cutting-edge research taking place throughout Europe and the world. The plenary meeting on 5 and 6 February will be devoted to recent advances in science at the facility, and will be preceded on 4 February by a series of parallel workshops about current challenges in science and how they could be addressed through the ESRF Upgrade Programme.



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