Inside Raman 2016 is to be held at the Renishaw Innovation Centre
News Feb 10, 2016
This one-day conference will bring together Raman users and experts from a diverse range of applications. Prominent scientists will present their current research involving Raman spectroscopy and attendees will be able to see Renishaw's latest Raman technology, capabilities and software.
A contributed poster session will provide participants with the opportunity to present their own scientific results obtained using a Renishaw Raman system.
Martin Davies, UK and Ireland Sales Manager for Renishaw's spectroscopy products, said, “Inside Raman is designed specifically to provide delegates with fantastic learning and networking opportunities. This year, in particular, we look forward to hosting the event at the Renishaw Innovation Centre where the full range of Renishaw product lines will be on show.”
Inside Raman takes place the day before the Infrared and Raman Discussion Group (IRDG) meeting. It is also being held at the Renishaw Innovation Centre, so why not take the opportunity to come along for both days.
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