9th Global Summit on Mass Spectrometry.

Mass Spectrometry 2020

Mass spectrometry 2020 welcomes all the participants from all over the world to attend 9th Global summit on mass spectrometry, this auspicious event is hosted at Munich/ Germany during October 16-17,2020. We cordially welcome all the international participants, eminent researchers, students, business entrepreneurs and delegates.

Mass spectrometry 2020 is a unique opportunity to discuss best practices within the laboratory and those in other industries, There will be many seminars and technical sessions taking place which will catch the attention of the professionals to attend Mass Spectrometry 2020 conference and, here we can get a chance to know views of different people working on mass spectrometry and related things which can help us improve our own ideas and processes. Mass spectrometry 2020 summit is designed to cover various aspects of applications which include metabolomics, clinical applications and pharmaceutical analysis, Mass spectrometry plays most significant role in field of chemistry, physics, biology, clinical Biomedicine and even in the space technology.

Mass spectrometry 2020 is aimed to promote innovation, to share advanced knowledge about mass spectrometry and to encourage applications of spectrometry in diverse fields of study.

Why to visit Munich?

Munich, It is a fun-loving city, recognized for its seasonal festivals and rich cultural, along with visiting the beautiful churches and outstanding museums and palaces, you should spend some time enjoying life with the locals at a festival in colorful market, or over a piece of one of Munich’s famous cakes in a konditorei. with Munich residents you can also enjoy their many public parks and gardens, the lovely 900-acre English Garden. Given the number of tourist attractions and things to do, you should expect to spend at least a few days exploring Munich. The city’s name München came from the word Mönch which means monk. A monk is also depicted on city’s coat of arms. Wittelsbach dynasty ruled over Munich, Bavaria’s capital from1180 until 1918. It has centuries-old buildings and numerous museums, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, which was founded in 1589. In the Altstadt (Old Town), central Marienplatz square contains landmarks such as Neo-Gothic NeuesRathaus (town hall), with a famous glockenspiel show that chimes and re-enacts stories from the 16th century.

The city has several of the largest breweries in Germany and is famous for its beer, City is known for its annual OKTOBER FEST celebration in the month of October and its beer halls. It has a diverse combination of historic and modern architecture, because historic buildings destroyed in World War 2 were reconstructed, and landmarks were built.


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