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2nd Semester "Reuse Training Sessions/Lectures"

2014-10-7 (Tue) - 2014-11-20 (Thu)

At the Center for Scientific Instrument Renovation and Manufacturing Support, instruments and apparatuses belonging to the university that can be reused are repaired and upgraded and then made available for valid use by anyone in the university.
We hereby announce training sessions regarding the instruments and apparatuses noted below. We look forward to welcoming many of you to these lectures and training sessions as noted below:

  • ICP emission analyzer
  • mass spectrometer (DART-MS)
  • nuclear magnetic resonance apparatus
  • thin film, powder X-ray diffraction apparatus
  • single crystal X-ray diffraction apparatus
  • scanning electron microscope
  • field emission scanning electron microscope (EDS elemental analysis system installed)
  • 3D modeling system (3D scanner · 3D printer)
  • stopped-flow spectrophotometer
  • small animal magnetic resonance imaging apparatus

Making Application

In order to make application to attend one or several of these sessions, please go to the webpage for these training sessions/lectures at the Center for Scientific Instrument Renovation and Manufacturing Support website: http://www.reno.osaka-u.ac.jp/reuse-seminar

Please note that there is a limit to the number of persons who can attend any of the sessions. Thus, applications may be terminated at any time. In situations in which we receive more applications than we can handle, we ask for your understanding. Thank you.


For questions and/or additional information, please contact:
Center for Scientific Instrument Renovation and Manufacturing Support


Contact: Aranishi, Takenaka, or Hasegawa at ext. 4781


Email: event@reno.osaka-u.ac.jp


Tel/FAX: 06-6879-4781

Date: 2014-10-7 (Tue) - 2014-11-20 (Thu)
Organizer: Center for Scientific Instrument Renovation and Manufacturing Support
Registration: O
URL: http://www.reno.osaka-u.ac.jp/reuse-seminar
Contact: Center for Scientific Instrument Renovation and Manufacturing Support

event@reno.osaka-u.ac.jp

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