News from iPosterSessions

Snapshots from SAGES

 

Here are some snapshots from SAGES2018 – the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons annual congress in Seattle. 796 iPoster presentations from all corners of the planet focusing on research into minimally invasive surgical technology and techniques for gastrointestinal and abdominal disease.

Fighting heart disease in newborns

 

The Neonatal Heart Society is dedicated to improving the well-being of neonates with heart disease through scientific discovery, education, and advocacy while building collaborative, multidisciplinary models of healthcare delivery.

NeoHeart 2018 was our first assignment for the Society, and we’re looking forward to working with them again in 2019.



Thank you all very much. It was our first time using such a product but I can tell you from my interaction with the presenters and audience, they loved it.

The consistent emails to the presenters you used were vital and so informative. It was easy to access and continues to be very easy to maneuver. Christer, your presence was essential and very much appreciated.

Our next conference is in California and we will be looking to repeat this year’s success.

Again, thank you very much for all of you’re help and support.

Best Regards,
Victor Y. Levy, MD, MSPH, FAAP, FACC. Program Chair, NeoHeart 2018. President, Neonatal heart Society

Dark Matter, anyone?

 

Waves, particles, and really, really big things…
like giant telescopes here on earth, and galaxies and stars and exoplanets out there in space – most of which are mind-boggling distances from us and cannot be seen with the human eye. We’re talking about the annual Winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society – AAS, where researchers just finished presenting their cutting-edge iPosters on all of the above plus Dark Matter, Instrumentation, Computation and more.

iPosters in The Big Easy!

 

Science matters – it saves lives, opens minds, crosses borders, and brings us together.
Nowhere was that more apparent than in New Orleans, where we just wrapped up an assignment for the American Geophysical Union – AGU annual Fall Meeting. Over 23,000 earth and space scientists from around the globe gathered in the Big Easy to share and discuss research on topics as wide-ranging as Atmospheric and Space Electricity, the Cryosphere, Earth and Planetary Surface Processes, Hydrology, Natural Hazards, Seismology, and more. A city of science. An unforgettable experience.