Federation of European Societies on Trace Elements and Minerals (FESTEM) is a non-benefit association established in 1997, under the activity of three social orders from Italy (AISETOV), Germany (GSM) and from French talking nations (SFERETE). Two different social orders joined the Federation in 2002, one from Spain (SEQC-ET) and one from Russia (RUSTEM). The point of the Federation is to build the joint effort, the dispersion and the trading of data on experimental exercises of taking an interest Societies. The FESTEM plans to energize a wide range of exercises in the field of follow components and minerals including improvement of examination or instructive tasks, association of exploratory gatherings, hunt down money related backing through private or worldwide associations, and so forth. Point by point data concerning the past and current exercises of the FESTEM can be found in the Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, the official organ of the Federation.
The Federation has been formally enlisted at the University of Grenoble and at the "Prefecture de'l Is'ere" and the statutes of FESTEM have been distributed in the "Official Journal" of the French Republic. The official board is made by two man for every general public with a privilege to vote. Also, there are a treasurer and a bad habit secretary as individuals from the department, without right to vote. The FESTEM is supporting gatherings and congresses.Read More»