June Update - Congratulations to our Winners!
Find out who won prizes at our June events.
The RMS held three major meetings in June 2018 and once again the quality of the submitted talks and posters was excellent.
To reward submitters for their hardwork we offer prizes to recognise outstanding achievement. See details of the deserving recipients below.
elmi2018 took place in Dublin and was a resounding success with over 500 people attending the conference and exhibition.
The Journal of Microscopy generously sponsored the prize for best poster.
The prize for best poster was awarded to David Virant for his work titled, 'New Tools For Live-Cell, Multi-Color And Quantitative Localization Microscopy'.
RMS SPM Meeting
This popular annual meeting was hosted by the University of Leeds who put together a great international programme in beautiful sunshine.
We would like to thank Scienta Omicron for their generous sponsorship of the poster prizes.
Rebecca Purkiss won 1st prize for her poster, titled 'Regulating the femtosecond excited-state lifetime of a single molecule'.
Will Foster won 2nd Prize for his poster titled, 'In-situ molecular-level observation of water to methanol catalysis at the surface of graphite'.
We were delighted that the Nanoscale Physics and Technology Group at the IoP also sponsored a prize for the best Early Career Researcher presentation at the meeting.This was awarded to Laia Pasquina Lemonche for her work on 'Molecular resolution of Bacteria Cell Wall using AFM.'
Frontiers in BioImaging
Glasgow's Technology and Innovation Centre welcomed the Frontiers in BioImaging Meeting this year.
We would like to thank Zeiss for their generous sponsorship of the poster prizes.
1st Prize went to Conor Treacy from King's College London for his poster 'Mechanosensitive protein-protein interactions in nascent focal adhesions determined by FRET sensing using multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging.'
2nd Prize went to Liam Rooney from the University of Strathclyde for his poster, 'Applying the Mesolens to Microbiology Investigating the Structural Organisation of Bacterial Biofilms.'