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32th Informal Meeting on Mass Spectrometry

11 May 2014 - 14 May 2014 - Balatonszárszó, Hungary



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This year we are organizing the Informal Meeting on Mass Spectrometry (the 32th in the series) in Hungary. It will be arranged between 11th and 14th May, 2014 at Balatonszarszo. The meeting will cover all aspects of mass spectrometry. You can find detailed information on the following website : http://www.szki.ttk.mta.hu/ms/32imms As always, there is no registration fee for the conference. REGISTRATION DEADLINE (application): 1st March, 2014 Abstract submission deadline: 15th March, 2014

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