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MS&T16: Explore, Partner, Discover together with MSE Supplies

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MS&T16 Begins on October 23. 
Explore, Partner, Discover together with MSE Supplies (booth #328)
 
A partner in materials research, MSE Supplies will be exhibiting at MS&T16. Explore the MS&T16 technical programs and activities whether you will attend the conference or not. Partner with MSE Supplies to enable you to Discover more in your research.
  • More than 2,000 technical presentations. Detailed session and presentation plans are now available.
  • A world-class plenary session. Meet the award recipients from all four organizing societies who will act as keynote speakers.
  • A three-day exhibit. View the exhibit floor plan. Meet with MSE Supplies at booth #328.  
Discover what MSE Supplies can do for you as a research partner. Every product and service can be customized to meet your particular needs in a swifter way and yet saves you money. 
  • Ball mills & accessories
  • Arc melters, melt spinners & quenchers
  • Single crystals & substrates
  • Lithium ion battery materials
  • Sputtering targets
  • And more!
Join other top researchers and let MSE Supplies start working for you today to accelerate your research discoveries. We're ready. Are you?

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