On 6th October 2017, the project partner Mads Clausen Institute, University of Southern Denmark (SDU), organized the “Imaging 2020 - Cutting Edge Imaging Technology for Life Science and Biotech Industry” workshop in Sønderborg. The event was part of a whole week of activities while celebrating SDU at science and cultural center Alsion 10-year anniversary (October 3-7, 2017).

After a warm welcome by Prof. Horst-Günter Rubahn, Head of Department, Mads Clausen Institute, researchers from different departments at SDU and from Wolfson Imaging Centre at the University of Oxford presented different imaging methods. Anja Haberer from Baltic TRAM’s lead partner DESY, closed the workshop with a presentation on neutrons and used this opportunity to introduce Baltic TRAM project and advertise the project’s open call for companies to access free analytical research in the Baltic Sea Region

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