The Analytical Scientist Power List returns to celebrate the successes of the field’s leading lights!
Have you got what it takes to be the next Separation Science Slam champion?
Nominate a gifted young scientist making waves in analytical science
What is the single-most exciting development in spectroscopy today? For Karen Esmonde-White and Rob Lascola, it’s spatially offset Raman.
We catch with the analytical scientists featured on The Power List 2018 – top 40 under 40 – unveiling career progression and exciting research.
Frank L. Dorman remains excited (and concerned) about the health impacts of environmental pollution – after more than three decades working with GC-MS
Here, two of Grace’s mentors – Christina Jones and Isabelle Kohler – reveal what they told Grace
Rachel tells us about the instrument she couldn’t live without, the biggest challenge facing the field, and what she might be doing in another life...
Maintaining standards in citation ethics is a responsibility that lies with each of us
by The Royal Society of Chemistry
Every two years, the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) asks its members to share their experiences of working in the chemical sciences
To celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we’ve curated a selection of quotes on gender equality from our archive.
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The 2023 Power List is Live!
Six Decades of Illumination
Ten Year Views: With Vassilia Zorba