Due to COVID-19, in the interests of safety we’re not currently exhibiting at events in person. However there are plenty of virtual events and webinars coming up, to keep you up to date with the scientific community. We’re also available by phone and email to answer all your queries and for remote support.
Registration for the 2022 Christmas Meeting (228th IRDG) is open!
Monday 19th December
The Infrared and Raman Discussion Group Christmas 2022 Meeting now has their registration now open!
The 228th IRDG meeting will be held on Monday 19th December 2022 at the University College London in the Wilkins Old Refectory.
Registration closes on the 12th December, make sure you register soon to guarantee a space!
Analysis of battery cathode materials
Watch Thermo Fisher Scientific latest educational webinars.
They highlighted analytical techniques such as mass spectrometry and electron microscopy, and their benefits for battery material and structural analysis.More details
Electron Microscopy Day-Bristol
29th September 2022
Join Blue Scientific and Thermo Fisher Scientific for Electron Microscopy Day on the 29th September in Bristol
Our insightful event includes an opportunity to watch a demo of the Phenom XL G2 and see a live SEM in action!
As well as hearing from leading academic and industrial users and how they use the instruments across a wide range of applications.More details
Electron Microscopy Day-Manchester
27th September 2022
Join BlueScientific in partnership with Thermo Fisher Scientific for Electron Microscopy Day on the 27th September.
This event in Manchester, offers insights from leading academic and industrial users of our electron microscopes, as well as explanations for how to use these instruments across a wide variety of applications to get the best results.More details
Webinar: Advances in Bone Tissue and Bone-Biomaterial Interface Characterization
Join Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp and Prof Håvard J. Haugen and Dr Mustafa Kansiz in their latest webinar.
In which they discuss how cutting edge analytical tools, including the breakthrough technique of Optical Photothermal Infrared (O-PTIR) spectroscopy is being used to characterise the biochemical structure of bone tissue and the bone-biomaterial interface in a new generation of biomimetic bone graft.More details