Revware is excited to be an exhibitor at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Biological Anthropologists (AABA). The AABA is the world’s leading professional organization for researchers in all areas of biological anthropology. Based in the United States, the ABAA organization publishes the American Journal of Biological Anthropology, a peer-reviewed science journal.
We will be speaking with Biological Anthropologists from around the world regarding best practices when using the MicroScribe Portable CMM in the laboratory environment, as well as how to care for, service, and upgrade your MicroScribe arm.
We will also be discussing our work with Dr. Ann Ross at North Carolina State University on the curation of 3D-ID and our upcoming rollout of the Landmark Processing tool for 3D-ID (LaMP).
For up-to-date information on the conference, visit the AABA Conference Site.
For an overview of how Revware products are used in Biological Anthropology, Click Here.