ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.
Following the extraordinary success of the Aurox Conference on Microscopy 2020 online conference which attracted 1316 people over the 2 days of talks, each person attending an average of 3 sessions, we are now able to release the edited video replays of all the sessions through our Aurox Limited YouTube channel.
Up to now, only a handful of the session video replays have been available through our Webinar platform. The unavailable replays said ‘Session expired’.
This was because one or more speakers requested not to be recorded in that session.
We have now edited the sessions, to remove those talks and also any issues which arose due to technical difficulties on the day.
I hope you enjoy re-watching the session replay videos and catching up on any that you missed first time around.
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Due to scheduling issues, the talk from Kimmo Tanhuanpää entitled 3D Printing in a Light Microscopy Core Facility was not included in the live conference, but has since been recorded offline and posted by Kimmo on YouTube.
Finally, if your interest in Aurox and our products has been piqued by the conference, please visit us at www.aurox.co.uk or email us at email@example.com.
All the best