Mass Spectrometry Analyst, London Metallomics Facility

Dear Colleagues,

I am very pleased to announce that the London Metallomics Facility located at King’s College London is looking to hire a technician to support the development of this unique facility, with a focus on correlative bioimaging method development and providing top notch analytical service and user support to our research scientists within Kings College London as well as external universities and organisations. Details of the post can be found here —>

This is an exciting opportunity so please feel free to spread the word to anyone or any outlets you think might be suitable!

Many thanks!


Dr. Theodora J. Stewart
London Metallomics Facility
Mass Spectrometry
King’s College London
Franklin-Wilkins Building
150 Stamford St
London SE1 9NH

Research Assistant position

0.65 working time – salary grade 13 TV-L Berliner Hochschulen
under the reserve that funds are granted.

Faculty III – Institute of Food Technology and Food Chemistry / Food Chemistry and Toxicology
Reference number: III-692/18 (starting at the earliest possible / until 31 december 2021 / closing date for applications

Working field: Research and work on the next generation of porous metal organic frameworks (MOFs) as part of a DFG project. Responsibility for the synthesis of the organic linkers and the corresponding MOFs, extension of experience in crystallography, small molecule storage, toxicology, magnetism and proton conductivity. PhD thesis preparation is pos-

Successfully completed university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) in the natural sciences, in particular in the areas of chemistry, organic chemistry or inorganic chemistry.
Experience with organic synthesis is required.
The ability to work in an interdisciplinary Team, excellent communication skills, and a high Motivation to bring own ideas to the project are expected.
Very good German and English communication skills are a prerequisite.
More information can be obtained from Dr. Gündog Yücesan (
Please send your application with the reference number and the usual documents preferably by e-mail in a single PDF file to or in writing to Technische Universität Berlin – Der Präsident – Fakultät III, Institut für Lebensmitteltechnologie und Lebensmittelchemie, FG Lebensmittelchemie und Toxikologie, Prof. Dr. Hajo Haase, Sekr. TIB 4/3-3, Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25, 13355 Berlin.
To ensure equal opportunities between women and men, applications by women with the required qualifications are explicitly desired. Qualified individuals with disabilities will be favored. The TU Berlin values the diversity of its members and is committed to the goals of equal opportunities.
Please send copies only. Original documents will not be returned.
The vacancy is also available on the internet at

14th Zinc-Net/Zinc-UK Meeting

General information
This summer’s Zinc‐Net meeting will be held at Anglia Ruskin University on the 18th January 2019. The meeting aims to bring together all those who are interested in the role of zinc in biology. It will run from 9 am to 6 pm and will be followed by a wine and cheese reception (6 pm – 7 pm). There will be oral and poster presentations on any subject related to zinc. As usual, we strongly encourage students to participate.

The Venue
The meeting will be held at:
Anglia Ruskin University
Cambridge Campus
Coslett building,
East Road,
CB1 1PT. UK.

Registration and abstract submission
Registration will be through the online payment website.
The attendance fee is £30 (£15 for students) Registration online at

Abstract Submission
If you wish to present research data, email the following information to
1) Title of your research
2) Preference for Oral or Poster presentation
Abstract Deadline: 26th November 2018

If there are any issues, please feel free to contact Nick Pugh (, +44 845 1962661).