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The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland: Speciation of selenium in reducing environments
The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland includes nine schools with more than 12’000 students. We are looking for you to join the School of Life Sciences, Institute for Ecopreneurship, in Muttenz, Switzerland, at the earliest possible date:
PostDoc
Speciation of selenium in reducing environments


Prague, Czech Republic: Trace elemental and speciation analysis based on atomic spectrometry mainly in biomedical and environmental fields
The Department of Trace Element Analysis of the Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences is looking for postdoctorial fellows. The research is focused on (i) development of promising aspects of generation, preconcentration and atomization of volatile compounds for trace elemental and speciation analysis by atomic spectrometry methods (AAS, AFS and ICP-MS) and (ii) application of methods of trace elemental and speciation analysis based on atomic spectrometry mainly in biomedical and environmental fields.


University of Aberdeen, Scotland: Speciation analysis
The TESLA Laboratory at the University of Aberdeen is looking for three postdocs to work within three different projects.


Ghent University, Belgium: Role of metals and metal-containing biomolecules in neurodegenerative diseases
In the context of the European ReMind (Role of metals and metal-containing biomolecules in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease) project, the Atomic & Mass Spectrometry – A&MS research group of the Department of Chemistry aims to develop methods for the bulk and species-specific Fe and Cu isotopic analysis of brain tissue and biofluids. The group has ample expertise in high-precision isotopic analysis of these metals using multi-collector ICP-mass spectrometry and is looking for a postdoctoral researcher with experience in relevant fractionation/speciation techniques, thus opening the way to isotopic analysis of specific species of Fe and Cu.


Toulouse, France: Exploring methylmercury compound specific stable isotope analysis to trace its origin and fate in marine ecosystems
Full‑time (2yr) position at the GET laboratory (OMP, Toulouse, France), and in collaboration with UMR LMD/IPSL (L. Bopp, Carbon Cycle, Climate Research), and UMR LEMAR (Brest, France, Marine Predator Foraging Ecology) (A. Lorrain).












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