Posted on 6 February 2019
The two-day event began with talks by York researchers, presentations from Bruker and KLOÉ on day 1, followed by more advanced AFM data acquisitions and processing sessions on day 2. The presentations on the morning of day 1 were held in the National Learning Centre (STEM). The attendees then moved to the Nanocentre for lunch, general tours and more specific instrumentation sessions in the afternoon.
For the full report, please click here: BPSI Winters Symposium Report (PDF , 2,418kb)