There's Something About RamanFest
RamanFest is a valuable platform for researchers, but what makes the event – and the technique – so special?
Wei Huang | | Opinion
RamanFest is a relatively new to the conference scene; we celebrated its seventh birthday this year in Oxford, UK. Yet, I would say it is already an established international meeting, attracting world-leading minds to partake in discussions at exciting venues from China to Boston to France. The topic on everybody’s lips? Raman spectroscopy, with presentations on a range of topics in accordance with a select theme each year.
For 2019, we had two themes: (i) health and life sciences, and (ii) advanced materials and technologies. In line with the first theme, we invited key speakers including Adrian Harris – one of the world’s most cited cancer research scientists – and Michael Wagner – a leading figure in the microbiology community – to discuss cancer research, microbiology, single-cell analysis and the analytical technologies underlying all these incredible applications.
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