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BNASS is the biennial meeting of the RSC Atomic Spectroscopy Group and provides an ideal forum to encourage the exchange of ideas and knowledge in analytical atomic spectroscopy. BNASS is over 30 years old and during that time, there have been some tremendous changes in atomic spectroscopy. These advances have been showcased at BNASS, which has built an international reputation for both the quality of the science presented and the unique style of the symposium, enabling delegates to meet and discuss issues in a social setting. The meeting includes a mix of established and younger speakers, and the organisers would especially like to encourage young researchers to present their results in short oral presentations within each of the topic sessions

Date: 04.07.2016 - 06.07.2016
National/International: National
Language: English
Type: Symposium
Location: Liverpool, John Moores University
Contact: Phil Riby.

Email: p.riby@ljmu.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 151 231 2576
Conference web site at:   https:⁄⁄www.ljmu.ac.uk⁄about-us⁄events⁄bnass-2016-

We invite you to submit abstracts for consideration for oral and poster presentations covering the following topics:
  • Recent developments in Atomic Spectroscopy
  • Elemental Impurities in Pharmaceuticals/ ICH Q3D/ USP 232/233
  • Speciation Analysis Food and Water analysis
  • Environment and Health
  • Hyphenated techniques
  • Bioimaging
  • Nanoparticle analysis

The conference programme includes themed sessions, so in case your abstract aligns specifically to one of these sessions, please indicate this on abstract submission.


March 24,2016Extended: Submission of abstracts for oral presentation
March 24,2016Extended: Submission of abstracts for poster presentations
May 6,2016Early registration at reduced fee
June 30,2016Registration

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