The British Mass Spectrometry Society (BMSS) is a registered charity founded in 1964. Its aims are to encourage participation in all aspects of mass spectrometry on the widest basis, to promote knowledge and advancement in the field and to provide a forum for the exchange of views and information.

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BMSS Membership Subscription 2018

Secure on-line payment for 2018 BMSS Membership is now available.
Payment can be made by credit card: VISA and MasterCard only.

Membership subscription can also be made by scanning or posting out the downloadable hard copy of the form to the BMSS Administrator.Telephone card payments may be made by contacting the BMSS Administrator -  a hard copy of the registration form must be completed and emailed over to the BMSS Administrator beforehand.

Cheque payments can be made by post and should be sent to the BMSS Administrator along with a completed membership form.

Please note: The BMSS subscription year runs from 1st January to 31st December; however, for new members joining between the 1 October and 31 December, the subscription paid will cover the remainder of that year, plus all of the following year, up until December 31st.

Why not join the BMSS if you have not already done so?

Please click here to see just some of the benefits available to BMSS Members.

BMSS members also benefit from 20% off relevant book titles when purchased via Wiley Publishing (discount code required).


As a member of the British Mass Spectrometry Society, you also can take out a personal subscription to EJMS—European Journal of Mass Spectrometry at a reduced rate. At only £75 (Print and Online) you save £45 off the normal subscription rate.

Included in your subscription is:

  • 6 print issues
  • Online access to the current year and all back files of the journal whilst your subscription is maintained

If you do not need the print issue, an online only option is available at £52.50 - saving £55.50.

Please note: The EJMS subscription year runs from 1st January to 31st December.

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