On the Road Again…
Helping our clients see something they couldn’t see before is one of the reasons we love microscopy so much; to lead them to that “Aha!” moment provides just as much value to us as it does to them. We enjoy spending time at clients’ sites learning about what they do and sharing our own microscopy knowledge.
One of the ways you can come to us is by visiting our booth at one of the many events we attend every year. Want to see our line of microscopes, Linkam thermal stages, discuss analytical needs or training options? Come visit with McCrone Microscopes & Accessories at these upcoming conferences and we’ll help you see with greater resolution.
- The Materials Research Society Spring Meeting & Exhibit will take place April 22-26, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ. Come visit with us at booth #731 and see the complete line of Linkam thermal stages, including their new modular force stage.
- The American Chemical Society Great Lakes Regional Meeting will take place from May 1-4, 2019 at the Sheraton Hotel in Lisle, IL, and will feature presentations from two of our scientists: Dr. Emma Farrell and Dr. Mark Koten. We will also have representatives from our Hooke College of Applied Sciences, a member of The McCrone Group, on site to address your analytical training needs.
- The Argonne 2019 APS/CNM Users Meeting will take place May 6-10, 2019 at Argonne National Lab. The APS/CNM Users Meeting gathers scientists and engineers from diverse fields of research from around the globe to discuss cutting-edge, mission-driven research. Come visit with us to learn about JEOL benchtop scanning electron microscopes, Linkam thermal stages, and Nikon microscopes.
- Microscopy & Microanalysis, or M&M 2019, will take place August 4-8, 2019 in Portland, OR. Come visit with us at the world’s largest microscopy conference and see Nikon microscopes and Linkam thermal stages, particularly the Linkam correlative microscopy stage, or CMS196.
Can’t make it to one of the above events? Let us know and we can plan a visit to your lab! We can always meet online too, as all of our microscopes have cameras and can be streamed online. Send us a sample and we’ll show you what you haven’t seen before.