Thermo Fisher Scientific to Host Two Free Summer Symposia in the UK
Product News May 31, 2010
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has announced two free-of-charge summer symposia to present the latest instrumentation and application developments in chromatography, bulk elemental analysis, life sciences mass spectrometry, trace elemental analysis and molecular spectroscopy.
The educational symposia are scheduled for Tuesday 8th June in Manchester and on Thursday 10th June in London and will include presentations from customers and guest speakers. Space is limited, so pre-registration is recommended to guarantee a place.
Each symposium will commence with two open plenary sessions that introduce participants to the Thermo Scientific brand and illustrate how Thermo Fisher’s broad portfolio of complete laboratory solutions can help make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. After the plenary sessions, each event will be split into multiple parallel sessions detailing the most recent technology and application developments from Thermo Fisher. Bulk elemental analysis sessions will be only held during the Manchester symposium.
The informative scientific event will feature presentations delivered by key users of Thermo Scientific instrumentation, demonstrating their recent research successes in a range of application areas including clinical, environmental, pharmaceutical, metal, food safety, forensic toxicology, proteomics and metabolomics.
In addition, Thermo Fisher Scientific representatives will be available to discuss any technical questions. A parallel exhibition will showcase the latest updates in Thermo Scientific instruments as well as hardware, software and services from other divisions of the company. The event will also feature related products from selected third-party suppliers designed to further enhance research and analyzes.
For delegates planning to stay overnight a pre-event dinner has been scheduled. Attendees interested in the dinner should check the appropriate box on the pre-registration form and return as soon as possible since space is strictly limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis.