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Connecting the Dots

The establishment of the Community for Analytical Measurement Science (CAMS) (1) (learn more, here) is a landmark moment for analytical science in the UK. If you look back over the past decade, there has been a significant shift in attitudes towards the “measurement” sciences – driven in part by the publication of two major reviews. The first, a landscaping exercise by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) in 2015, was quickly followed by a report by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) (2). Both acknowledged the value of analytical science in the UK, but also highlighted that there is a significant gap between theory and practice.

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Julian Braybrook

Director of Measurement Science for the National Measurement Laboratory at LGC, UK, and Government Chemist.

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