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Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Model Body Building

| Sabeth Verporte, Maarten Honing, Jaap den Toonder, Edmond Young

A triumph of biomedical engineering, organ-on-a-chip technology has given researchers an exciting new tool to explore biology. Here, four experts discuss how these tiny devices could have a big impact in pharmacology, food production and (personalized) diagnostics.

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Breaking into Bio-medicine with Raman

| Wei Min

Sitting Down With… Wei Min, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Kavli Institute for Brain Science, Columbia University, New York, USA.

Fields & Applications Environmental

Swab Story

| Joanna Cummings

According to Kermit, it’s not easy being green. But new research on the amphibian microbiome could help improve frog health.

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Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

The Color of Chirality

| Maryam Mahdi

Forty years ago, it was theorized that chirality had a color composition that could be measured... and finally the theory has been proven.

Fields & Applications Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Charting a Course to Lipidomics Success

| Ryan De Vooght-Johnson

Researchers use ion mobility-mass spectrometry to create a "lipid atlas."

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Shape of Tools to Come

| Charlotte Barker

What are the major trends shaping analytical instrumentation?

Fields & Applications Environmental

Status Quo... and Quo Vadis

| Victoria Samanidou

Analytical chemists can help facilitate "greener" chemical analysis of organic compounds.

Business & Education Business

Pittcon Product Round Up

| Charlotte Barker

Business in brief: the latest launches and company news from Philadelphia 2019.

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Pores for Peptide Profiling

| Ryan De Vooght-Johnson

Sea anemone-inspired nanopores hint at a low-cost, single-molecule protein sequencing device.

Techniques & Tools Technology

Connected Chemistry

| Gurpur Rakesh D. Prabhu, Pawel L. Urban

How we’re working towards the dream of a “smart” laboratory.

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Time is Now

| Bob Boughtflower, Paul Hopkins

Ready or not, automation is coming soon to analytical labs everywhere. Here’s why we should rejoice – rather than resist – the rise of the machines.

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Do Androids Dream of Analytical Chemistry?

| Joanna Cummings, Peter de Boves Harrington

We ask Peter Harrington whether artificial intelligence can help solve the field’s big data challenges.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Analyzing the Underworld: A Legal High

| Martin Schmid

How a respectable chiral separation scientist got sucked into the weird, wonderful, and unpredictable field of novel psychoactive substances.

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