International Conference of Trace Elements and Minerals (ICTEM)

Dear Colleague,
It is with great pleasure that we announce the first International Conference of Trace Elements and Minerals (ICTEM) from September 20th-26th, 2020. This conference will also be the first joint meeting of three important societies for trace element research:
GMS (German Society for Minerals and Trace Elements)
TEMA (Trace Elements in Men and Animals)
ISZB (International Society for Zinc Biology)

All three societies unite experts from the field of trace element and mineral research and have a long history of innovative science as well as renowned publications in the field. Their international symposia and conferences have been very successful in the past and we strongly believe that this joint meeting will be a great opportunity to exchange the latest research as well as the newest techniques. We would now like to draw your attention to the ICTEM conference and the opportunity to reach a highly interesting target audience for your products, comprising chemists, biomedical scientists, veterinarians, pharmacists, nutritionists, and medical clinicians.

The meeting will take place at the renowned RWTH Aachen University Hospital which is known for state-of-the art science. In addition, the historical city center of Aachen will attract participants from all around the globe. Together, this provides the perfect place to dive into trace element and mineral research, discuss the latest scientific milestones, and form new collaborations.

More details online at

We look forward to hearing from you and to hosting you in Aachen next year!

Yours sincerely,
Prof. Lothar Rink on behalf of the organizing committee

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