Sunday afternoon and much of the mass spectrometry world is on its way to or has arrived in Bremen for IMSC 2009. Looks like there'll be over 2000 delegates.
The exhibition is in the usual state of choas to be expected at this stage. A few stands smugly finished, others undergoing work of a more of less frantic nature and others where anybody is yet to arrive. However, by some superhuman effort, tomorrow the mess will be tidied away, surfaces and exhibitors polished and we'll be ready for action.
Registration seems very well organised, with staff resplendent in lime green: they're eay to spot; and very helpful.
The conference kicks off shortly with tutorial lectures by Michael Karas and Richard O'Hair, and the first plenary by Gerard Meijer followed by the mixer.
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