Imaging Matters
Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) is hosting a series of free, research-focused seminars.
These monthly Imaging Matters events will show how different forms of microscopy can be used across a broad range of research. 
Each month an invited speaker will come and give a talk specific to their area of research and how they’ve utilised microscopy to achieve their goal. This will include optical microscopy, electron microscopy, x-ray microscopy, atomic force microscopy, ion beam microscopy and in some cases utilising multiple techniques.
We warmly invite researchers, academics, and students to join us for one or more of these events, not only to learn more about their field but also to broaden their knowledge about other fields and how the same techniques can be used in across multiple research areas. 
These talks will not only be informative, but be cutting edge, with speakers showcasing their recent advances. Each presentation will be followed by questions, where the audience can get involved.
Contact Alex Strachan for further information.

Join us

Target audience
The sessions are primarily aimed at researchers, academics, and students with no restrictions on attendance.
Events are free to attend but booking is essential via the link at the top of the event page.

Our next event

Our next Imaging Matters event is on Wednesday 14 September entitled 'The Birth of Planets: Unravelling 4.5 billion years of history through electron microscopy'. The seminar will be presented by Dr Jen Mitchell, Technical specialist at PEMC. Jen will be sharing how she uses electron microscopy, utilising both imaging and analytical techniques, in her research on meteorites and asteroid evolution. 
Visit the event page for further details and to register your place.