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France: Group of Bio-Inorganic Analytical Chemistry (Pau)
The LCABIE was founded in 1997 by a merger of the Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry (headed by Michel Astruc) with the groups of Olivier Donard and Ryszard Lobinski having moved from the CNRS in B...

Germany: GSF, AG 5: Elements and element species
The research activities of the group is focused to the following topics: Determination of the "Normal" concentration of trace elements in human tissues and body fluids Relationship between dioxin expo...

Germany: Interdisciplinary Research Training Group Program
Interdisciplinary Research Training Group Program ("Graduiertenkolleg") on"Trace analysis of elemental species: Develepment of methods and applications"at the Johannes Gutenberg-University MainzA rese...

Germany: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Actinide speciation using synchrotron radiation INE conducts an ambitious program for actinide speciation with synchrotron radiation based methods. Research activitie...

Germany: Laboratory for Marine Bioanalytical Chemistry at GKSS
The laboratory for Marine Bioanalytical Chemistry is doing scientific research at the interface between instrumental analytical chemistry and micro- and molecular biology. Our mission is to determine ...

Germany: TU Darmstadt: Materials Analysis Group
The scientific program of the materials analysis group focuses on the analysis of the composition (chemical composition as well as phase composition) of materials and the correlation with its proper...

Germany: Universität Essen/Duisburg: Institut für Umweltanalytik und Angewandte Geochemie
In July 2001 a collaboration between chemists, analysts, microbiologists and medical researchers was awarded a research grant ("Organometal(loid) Compounds in the Environment" FOR 415) by the Deutsche...

Germany: University of Münster: Research Group of Uwe Karst
The research group of Prof. Karst at the University of Münster is developing analytical methods, techniques and instrumentation mainly in the field of hyphenated techniques making use of molecula...

Global Cycling of Mercury in Oceans
Elsie M. Sunderland  ...

Hong Kong: Open Laboratory of Chemical Biology: C.-M. Che (HKU)
Open Laboratory of Chemical Biology ~ Convener: C.-M. Che (HKU) Research activities in the Open Laboratory of Chemical Biology entail two major areas, namely (1) Chemical Biology of...

Iron Metabolism Interdisciplinary Research Group
The King's College Iron Metabolism IRG has evolved from the long standing Centre for the Study of Metals in Biology and Medicine and achieved GKT Medical School IRG sta...

Italy: Interdepartmental Research Center “Role of Metal Ions in Biomedical Sciences - BIOMÉTION”
The Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca “Ruolo degli Ioni Metallici nelle Scienze Biomediche” (BIOMÉTION) is an interdepartmental scientific network which gathers both prominent a...

Marine and Atmospheric Chemistry Research Laboratory (MACRL)
Current projects in the Marine and Atmospheric Chemistry Research Laboratory are: Measuring iron, chromium, and copper speciation in rain and estuarine wa...

Mercury Research Group at the University of Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin - MadisonEnvironmental Chemistry & Technology Program Mercury Research Group Water Science and Engineering Laboratory 660 North Park Street Madison, WI 53...

NL: Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy (GRIP)
Name Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy (GRIP) ...

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