Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry
November 21 - November 25
Venue: Virtual, ANZSMS
Overview: The ANZSMS brings together a broad spectrum of scientists who work with mass spectrometry. The aim of the Society is to promote mass spectrometry by providing contact with local and international leaders in all areas, and provide a forum, through its meetings, for the presentation of research in mass spectrometry and its related disciplines. ANZSMS strongly supports early career researchers, gender diversity and equal opportunity in mass spectrometry.
ANZSMS28 is the premier conference for mass spectrometry in the Australia & New Zealand region and the latest in a series of conferences dating back to 1971.
Participants of ANZSMS28 will discuss contemporary aspects of mass spectrometry relating to chemistry, biology, earth science, archaeology, environmental science, forensics, physics and the latest advancements in mass spectrometry technology and techniques. The program will also include panel discussion forums for early career researchers and mass spectrometry careers in academia and industry. The Australian Core MS Facilities Annual Meeting will be held as a satellite meeting. This is an event not to be missed!
ANZSMS28 is switching from hybrid to virtual-only. Due to the recent deterioration of the COVID-19 situation in Australia and New Zealand – the ANZSMS executive committee and ANZSMS28 organising committee have been left with no option but to cancel the in-person element of the conference and make ANZSMS28 a virtual-only event. We are excited to confirm that ANZSMS28 will use the highly reputable cloud-based OnAir virtual conference portal from EventsAIR to provide the best possible experience to all participants.
Registration prices have been reduced substantially to reflect the lower costs of the virtual event and promote strong online participation, support students and encourage people to join ANZSMS.
Additional information here.