This talk will explain the importance of microscopy in science and descibe how the development of the SHeM revolutionises the imaging of delicate materials (such as biological samples) and the potential for damage-free microscopy to impact Society
• Hosted by a different university Society in the UK & Ireland each year – this year it is being hosted by Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland
• Date: Saturday 30 November, with optional early arrival Friday 29 November
• Typically 50+ attendees per year, with representation from between 15-20 affiliated societies
• Each IOP affiliated Society is entitled to two places for senior members of the Society committee per year
This year, FUSE will be taking place on 30 November at the University of Strathclyde, in an informal setting that focuses on connecting Society leaders with each other to network, present your work, and hear from other societies
• Updates from each Society
The main activities are presentations from each Society committee, lasting 5-10mins, about their Society, their successes and failures, with the opportunity to ask questions to the other societies
Societies are asked typical questions such as:
- How recruitment went this year?
- What events you’ve run so far?
- What you’re planning for the rest of the year?
- Anything in particular you are proud of about your Society?
Be sure to book early: places are expected to be very competitive
It is recommended they seek funding from their Society or physics department