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The Use of Stable Isotopes in Medical Sciences

As part of our ongoing programme of supporting many of the valuable Stable Isotope conferences around the world, we have just committed to attending the 1st International Conference on the Use of Stable Isotopes in Medical Sciences, to be held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in September.

Sercon Director Garry Armstrong, who will be going to the show with Installation and Service Manager Simon Moseley, talks about why he values these events so highly: “Science is by its very nature a collaborative activity and very often the nature of the relationships we build with our customers means we collaborate directly with them on technical innovations that help move the boundaries of research forwards rather than just supplying great instrumentation,” he explains. “Relationships like these are often build on connections made at these conferences – it’s our opportunity to connect with the scientific community – old friends and new – and understand the direction their research is taking them.”

The conference organisers aim to inspire innovation and adoption, broaden their audiences’ knowledge base, showcase ongoing research, explore applicability and foster cross disciplinary collaboration.