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Registration for IUMAS 8 is open!

Don’t miss out on the 8th Meeting of the International Union of the Microbeam Analysis Society! Registration is open now. There is very limited space and early bird prices end Dec 31.

There Is Still Time: Apply for the Goldstein Scholar Award!

MAS, the Meteoritical Society and Springer are excited to remind you that applications are open for the Joseph Goldstein Scholarship. This award provides travel to a class or an opportunity to work at a different institution that would help with their research. More information can be found here: https://the-mas.org/awards/goldstein_scholar/. The deadline for the fall round is November […]

A Message From the New Mas President

As the new President for MAS, I want to thank you for being a member of one of the most influential organizations in Microanalysis. There is much to gain as a member and much to provide to others. We look forward to seeing you at international meetings and also at local society meetings. An additional […]

Congratulations to the MAS Fellows of 2022!

MAS Fellows are nominated by peers and selected by the Fellows Committee with final approval through a vote of MAS Council.  MAS Fellows have distinguished themselves through outstanding research, outreach and teaching, and service to the microanalysis community.  Deadline for the next round of nominations is September 30.  https://the-mas.org/awards/mas-fellows/   Our new MAS Fellows of 2022 […]

Congratulations to the new MAS Presidential Awards winners!

MAS Presidential Awards The Presidential Science Award goes to John Panitz, High-Field Consultants, for his contributions to the founding and advancing developments of the atom probe which unlocked the ability to perform atomic scale chemical analysis. The Presidential Service Award goes to Kerry Siebein, NIST, for outstanding volunteer service to the society over a sustained […]