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Once again, we are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Materials Research Society's (MRS) Fall Meeting & Exhibit taking place this year from November 29 to December 4, 2015 in Boston, MA. Come join us on the show floor and get a chance to see our Park NX10 atomic force microscope (AFM) system in person. Our technical sales team is on hand to help you learn why the Park NX technology powering this AFM is uniquely suited to handle your individual nanoscale research needs. Additionally, we will also be featuring on-floor demos of the Park NX10's scanning ion conductance microscopy (SICM) module for electochemistry and cell biology applications.

This year, MRS expects over 6000 attendees from around the world to converge at the Hynes Convention Center to present innovative research, products, and services to all sectors of the global materials science and engineering communities.


l  Event Dates : November 29 – December 4, 2015 (Exhibit: December 1 -3)

l  Venue : Hynes Convention Center — Boston, MA

l  Park's Booth: 1017


About MRS:

Founded in 1973, MRS now consists of over 16,000 members from the United States—as well as nearly 80 other countries. The interdisciplinary materials sciences society is different from that of single discipline professional societies because it encourages communication and technical information exchange across the various fields of science affecting materials.

MRS sponsors two major annual meetings offering approximately 100 topical symposia. The society recognizes professional and technical excellence, conducts symposium tutorials, and encourages technical interaction among college students through University Chapters, and among materials professionals through regional Sections.

MRS also promotes communication exchange through publication of symposium proceedings, MRS Communications, MRS Energy & Sustainability—A Review Journal, MRS Bulletin, Journal of Materials Research and other publications related to current research activities.

l  Link : http://www.mrs.org