الموقع الرسمي للجمعية المصرية للميكروسكوب الالكتروني الجمعية المصرية للميكروسكوب الالكتروني الجمعية المصرية للميكروسكوب الالكتروني ( ESEM ) The Egyptian The Egyptian Society of Electron Microscopy (ESEM) The Egyptian The Egyptian Society of Electron Microscopy (ESEM) ESEM 2022 Conference ESEM 2022 is a non-governmental non-profit society. The founding members are a group of faculty members from different Egyptian Universities and Institutions: Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, the Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, Ain Shams university, Assuit university, Mansoura university , Suez Canal university, Zagazig university and Zewail City of Science and Technology. The society was registered by the Ministry of Social Solidarity under No. 6707 on the 29th of October 2019. The headquarters of the Society is Theodor Bilharz Research Institute. The Society is managed by a board of directors made up of 13 members working in the field of life sciences or material science. The initiator of this Society is the Emeritus Prof. Soheir Mansy, the Former Head of Electron Microscopy Research Department and Deputy of Clinical Laboratories Research Division at Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Ministry of higher Education and Scientific Research. Currently, she is the president of the Society. ESEM 2022 ESEM 2022 Conference

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  • The Egyptian Society for Electron Microscopy's criteria  have been reconciled, according to Law No. 149 of 2019 and its executive rules, which regulate the practice of civil activity. As a result, the society's unified number was established.
  • The Egyptian Society of Electron Microscopy is organizing its conference 2022 in collaboration with Tanta University and the Theodor Bilharz Research Institute,

                                                                                            

under patronage of

 Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Zaki,                                          Prof. Dr. Hanan Farouk

                    President of Tanta University,                 President of the Theodor Bilharz Research Institute

 

This shows society's belief that collaborative efforts by non-governmental organisations, universities, and research institutes are crucial to the country's progress.

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