On Wednesday 21st March we will be in Newcastle exhibiting at the Practicalities of Cellular Analysis meeting.
The meeting will focus on 3 major aspects of cellular analysis, namely flow cytometry, light and electron microscopy. Very often these methods of cellular analysis are seen as individual disciplines, but in many cases they can complement each other to achieve a common research goal.
The meeting structure will revolve around 3 multi-disciplinary keynote talks encompassing the technology mix, interspersed amongst these will be parallel sessions focusing on aspects of flow cytometry, light and electron microscopy. In total, the event will incorporate approximately 2 hours of parallel sessions for each discipline and three 40 minute plenary talks.
The meeting will be held at the Conference and Banqueting Suite at the International Centre for Life, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Centre for Life is a unique science village, which includes a Bioscience Centre, an exhibition area, the North-East Stem Cell Institute and the Institute of Human Genetics.