What's it about?

The Inter/Micro conference was first introduced by Dr. Walter C. McCrone in 1948 and is now held annually at the McCrone Research Institute in Chicago. Inter/Micro gives amateur and professional microscopists the opportunity to learn about new instrumentation, novel techniques, and modern applications of microscopy and microanalysis. Each year attendees can learn the practical and applied use of photon and electron microscopes, spectrometers, microprobes, digital and image enhancement and analysis systems, and other highly specialized microanalytical methods. Research presentations given during the first three days cover techniques and instrumentation, environmental and industrial microscopy, and forensic and chemical microscopy followed by a hands-on workshop to be conducted at McCrone Research Institute in conjunction with Inter/Micro.

Location

Chicago, IL, USA

Dates
  • Starts on 2020-06-08

  • Ends on 2020-06-12