Micromeritics Stands by its Customers Affected by Hurricane Harvey and Irma

Today, Preston Hendrix, President, and CEO of Micromeritics committed to assisting customers affected by the devastation brought on by the two Category 4 hurricanes that has ravaged Texas, Louisiana, and Florida with extensive damage and disastrous flooding.
 
Mr. Hendrix stated "Our thoughts and prayers go out to all that are affected by this catastrophic event in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. We stand by our customers and will assist them in their time of need. Our organization will help any customer that has a Micromeritics Instrument damaged from the direct effects of this storm, and we will repair that instrument at our cost.”
 
Micromeritics has setup a dedicated line for those users who have instruments damaged by Hurricane Harvey. That number is 713-628-5534. You may also use the link below to submit your request via the web. One of our service reps will respond with urgency to your application for assistance.  
>>Click Here to Submit Request<<


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mc2 -Materials, Characterization, and Catalysis Workshop

ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg Campus Zurich Switzerland on January 15-17 2018


Following successful previous symposia, Micromeritics and the Advanced Catalysis Engineering group at ETH are organizing a workshop entitled ‘Materials, Characterization, and Catalysis’ at ETH Zurich on the 15-16 of January 2018. This workshop seeks to bring together the next generation of scientists in the development of different types of porous functional materials (zeolites, metal-organic frameworks, organic-inorganic hybrids, carbons, polymers) with a topical focus on catalysis.

We want to engage early career scientists providing a platform through which to cultivate their development by communicating their research and building a network of future contacts. The exciting program will include five themed sessions covering advanced strategies for the synthesis, characterization, modelling and catalytic evaluation, which will be led by prominent mid-career scientists and include talks by top young researchers. It will also feature a poster session and tutorials from leading experts at Micromeritics.


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