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Welcome to MSB 2020, 5-8 April in Saint Malo, France

The 36th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis will be held at the Conference Center «Le Grand Large» in Saint-Malo, Brittany, France.

The scientific program consists of 14 topic sessions chaired by renowned colleagues in the field. Each of these sessions is arranged to encourage questions and exchanges between presenters and participants. Thanks to the international scientific committee, that developed the program, you will have the opportunity to discover the most remarkable innovations from all over the world, from fundamentals in microfluidics including cells on a chip to the most recent advances in instrumentation or couplings with CE or LC; from sample preparation and clinical applications to «omics». We are already looking forward discovering all these exciting topics. Review our list of session chairs and keynotes speakers and join us from 5-8 April 2020 in Saint-Malo.

Extend your stay to enjoy nautical, sporting and wellness activities as well as the panoramic views available on the Emerald Coast of Brittany. During MSB2020, we will witness one fascinating phenomenon that takes place only once a year. Extraordinary high tides will occur, the sea will retreat 15 km from the coast and then rise quickly and very high. Mont-Saint-Michel will become an island for a few hours. A breathtaking sight to discover!

The new generation will find a particular place in this symposium, housing conditions, presentation of posters, seminar of writing articles with publishers, prizes. The travel grants opportunities, as well as the PhD-Plus Package, are among the main actions we have set up to emphasize our focus towards young researchers. Up to three pre-congress courses are offered as well as one workshop on the construction of an open-source capillary electrophoresis system. This workshop will continue throughout the duration of MSB and will be a common thread during our congress. It will be possible to see the progress of the prototype construction from scratch as it should be finalized for the closing ceremony.




Prof. Serge Rudaz Prof. Myriam Taverna
Université de Genève, 
Université Paris-Saclay,








     KEY DATES     

Registration already open


Late breaking abstract poster submission:

February 29th, 2020


Early bird registration extended deadline:

February 19th, 2020