The invention of the microscope has opened up a whole new dimension in science. By using microscopes scientists were able to discover the existence of microorganisms, study the structure of cells, and see the smallest parts of plants, animals, and fungi. Today, the microscope is still a commonly used tool to diagnosis illness in hospitals and clinics all over the world. Since their original invention, microscopes have moved beyond the simple visible light refracting lenses. Electrons, x-rays, and infrared rays are used by far more sophisticated (and expensive) microscopes to detect even smaller and smaller structures. This year, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu and Microscopy Society Malaysia are organising the 22nd Scientific Conference of Microscopy Society Malaysia in Kuala Terengganu.
We would like to cordially invite you to join us for 22nd Scientific Conference of Microscopy Society Malaysia (MSM 2013) on 26 -28 November 2013 in Kuala Terengganu, a vibrant and beautiful city in the east coast of Malaysia. The annual MSM meeting continues to be the premier meeting for scientists, technologists, students and major microscopy vendors in Malaysia who use or having involved in microscopy or microanalysis in their research and work.
The program committee for 2013 has put together an outstanding scientific program that features the latest advances in the biological and physical sciences, techniques and instrumentation. Complementing the program is one of the most exiting exhibitions of microscopy and microanalysis instrumentation and resources in Malaysia, attracting all the major players in this country to showcase their microscopy products and accessories. Educational opportunities include evening vendor tutorials, technical and application presentation by vendors and invited microscopists. The opening reception offers an opportunity to meet new people in the field and renew old acquaintances. MSM 2013 is the one meeting you do not want to miss if you are involved with microscopy and microanalysis.
Who Should Attend
-Scientists and Researchers involved in various experimentation in the areas of material, NDT, photonic and optic, electronic imaging and bio-related material.
-Lecturers and academics from universities and colleges
-University and technical college students
-Scientific equipment manufacturers and suppliers