Everything you need to know to plan your visit to the European Light Microscopy Initiative Meeting 2018.
As part of your registration package, you can choose to include accommodation. The accommodation will be on campus in the UCD Halls of Residency. The single en-suite rooms are comfortable, clean and located in close proximity to the meeting. The rooms include all bedding, towels and a few basic toiletries.
A full Irish Breakfast or a Continental Breakfast will be available every morning, as part of the accommodation package.
There are a variety of benefits to staying on campus, including; being as near as possible to the meeting, being able to take advantage of the hassle free transportation to and from the Banquet on the final evening, as well as keeping it affordable.
If campus accommodation is not for you, you may wish to consider a couple of other local hotel options.
Please be aware that Monday 4 June is a Bank Holiday in Ireland and this may be reflected in Hotel prices.
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Every elmi meeting has a fantastic social programme laid on by the organisers, exhibitors and sponsors. You will not be short of entertainment, from the traditional football match, to the meeting banquet which, as always will be held somewhere memorable.
The European Light Microscopy Initiative was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of....