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AI SIG 2019

5th Ambient Ionisation SIG Meeting 2019
3M Buckley Innovation Centre, Firth Street, HD1 3BD

30 JAN: One Day Special Interest Group Meeting

The BMSS Ambient Ionisation Special Interest Group (SIG) will hold its fifth 1-Day meeting at the University of Huddersfield on the 30th January 2019. For further information on the meeting to register or to submit an abstract please go to the Huddersfield Event Page.


Advances in Hyphenated Mass Spectrometry
The Great Hall, The Strand, London WC2R 2LS

09 APR 19: One Day Scientific Meeting

King’s College London in association with the BMSS will host a one day meeting on the 9th April 2019 to honour the dynamic legacy of Professor David (Dai) Edgar Games in contemporary mass spectrometry. For further information on the meeting to register or to submit an abstract please go to the Games2019 Event Page.

SIG Imaging Symposium

6th Mass Spectrometry Imaging Symposium
Hallam Hall, City Campus, Sheffield, S1 1WB

01 MAY 19: One Day BMSS Imaging SIG Meeting

The SHU Centre for Mass Spectrometry Imaging & Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre in conjunction with the British Mass Spectrometry Society is pleased to announce the Sixth BMSS SIG Mass Spectrometry Imaging Symposium. This event will showcase the latest advances in MS Imaging, featuring presentations from internationally renowned scientists including Professor Per Andrén from Uppsala University, Sweden.


40th BMSS Annual Meeting 2019
124 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9RD

03-05 SEP: BMSS40 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
02-03 SEP: BMSS Introduction to MS Short Course
      03 SEP: BMSS Careers in MS Workshop
      05 SEP: BMSS Annual General Meeting

We are returning to the RNCM in Manchester in September 2019 for BMSS40. Manchester has a long association with the development of mass spectrometry, and is the anchor point of one of the largest mass spectrometry clusters in Europe, …a very fitting location for the 40th BMSS Annual Meeting!


Download The E-Abstract Book for BMSS39

The 39th BMSS Annual Meeting was a great success with Ca 300participants on-site at Churchill College, Cambridge. Registered delegates may continue to access the e-Abstract Book (password protected) by clicking here. Registered delegates that have mislaid their password (sent in their joining information email) should contact the BMSS Meetings Secretary:


Download The Presentations

Registered delegates may access the MS in the Clinical Laboratory training day presentations (password protected) by clicking here. Note: the password has been emailed out separately to all registered delegates.
Registered delegates who have mislaid their password (sent out previously by email) should contact the BMSS Administrator:

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BMSS Membership 2018 is now available


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travel grants

BMSS Sponsors Students at Meetings - Travel Grant Reports
Several BMSS student members received travel awards to
attend recent meetings. Read their version of events.



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Lisa Sage, BMSS Administrator


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