The Southeastern Microscopy Society is a scientific organization comprised of professional microscopists working in the life, medical, and physical sciences. The Society is dedicated to the advancement of scientific research and discovery through the use of microscopy and its associated methodologies.
Thank you to all who attended the 57th annual meeting in Jacksonville, Florida this year! Thank you vendors, new faces as well as familiar faces! The talks were engaging, and the “microscopies” competition was highly exciting! What a way to have a meeting with sandy beaches and sea breezes as our backdrop!
If we missed you this year, we would hope to see you next year in Athens, Georgia!
SEMS began in 1964 as an effort of electron microscopists from throughout the southeast to share knowledge and insight in their field. The society has since expanded its scope and changed its name to reflect current trends and needs within the microscopy community. READ MORE
The Southeastern Microscopy Society (SEMS) is a Local Affiliate Society (LAS) of the Microscopy Society of America (MSA), and an Affiliated Regional Society (AReS) of Microanalysis Society (MAS) with members ranging geographically throughout the southeastern United States. The SEMS Community is comprised of university students, faculty and staff; private sector and government staff scientists; and microscopy vendors. SEMS began in 1964 at Emory University and hosts annual meetings in various locations throughout the Southeast to promote the exchange of scientific knowledge and nest practices for laboratories and imaging facilities.