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Business & Education

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Pride & Prejudice

| Matthew Hallam

Further action is needed to support LGBT+ scientists.

Business & Education Education

Remarkable Technology, Amazing People

| Rich Whitworth

ASMS and HPLC 2019 showcase why the field of analytical science is so special.

Business & Education Business

Industrial Revelations: Darlene Solomon, Agilent Technologies

| Charlotte Barker

Our series of interviews with industry scientists returns, as we shine our spotlight on Darlene Solomon, Agilent's research and technology guru.

Business & Education Education

Helping Undergrads Bloom

| Mark T. Stauffer

From science to social experiences, grant-funded STEM programs provide undergraduates with a valuable foundation for their careers.

Business & Education Education

Image of the Month: Bringing Art to the Table

| Charlotte Barker

Creative visualisation of the periodic table brings science and art closer together.

Business & Education Professional Development

When Progress Becomes Predation

| Yaman AlAhmad, Ibrahim Abdelhafez, Faruk Skenderi, Semir Vranić

Predatory publishing practices always have a negative impact, but it is disproportionately felt in developing countries

Business & Education Professional Development

The Coming of Age of Peter Schoenmakers

| Bob Pirok

Peter Schoenmakers recently received the prestigious Dal Nogare Award at Pittcon and will mark his 65th birthday at HPLC 2019 in Milan.

Business & Education Professional Development

Face Time

| Charlotte Barker

Are conferences still worth it in the digital age?

Business & Education Education

Replicating Failure

| Peter Kissinger

Reproducibility is the cornerstone of strong science... so what happens when irreproducibility becomes the norm?

Business & Education Mass Spectrometry

Upward Mobility

| Frank van Geel

Ion mobility pioneer David Clemmer tells us how he went from studying music to answering the big questions in science.

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