NTS: an Analytical Goldmine
Non-targeted screening takes us outside of the box to present numerous opportunities – and offer untold rewards. Here’s how we’re increasing access to the challenging hardware and software workflows required.
Stefan Bieber | | Longer Read
My interest in non-targeted screening (NTS) began very early in my academic career. I completed my undergraduate thesis as part of Thomas Letzel’s research group at the Technical University of Munich; they had been using NTS for some years before, and had considerable experience in the field. It was there I saw the potential to apply NTS in many different research projects, such as red wine (1), beer or waste- and surface waters (2) – and also realized how much I enjoyed sharing my analytical expertise with others. Combining a passion for NTS with the joy of teaching seemed – to me – the perfect opportunity.
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