This week I’ve decided to reshare our most viewed articles of 2020 thus far for those of you who might have missed them previously. I hope you see something you like!

I also hope you’re all as excited as I am for the Power List 2020 – this will be appearing online in the coming weeks and will be going to print in our October issue. Until next time, Matt Hallam, Editor.

COVID-19: Improvise, Adapt, Overcome
05/06/2020 | Christopher Harrison, Davy Guillarme, Jean-Luc Veuthey, Mary Wirth, Luigi Mondello, Rick Yost, Alberto Cavazzini
Exploring different approaches to education and conferences in the age of coronavirus
Making the “Breath Biopsy” a Reality
04/09/2020 | Matthew Hallam
When it comes to cancer or infectious disease diagnosis, could we simply exhale the answers?
Operation Spectroscopy
02/03/2020 | Matthew Hallam
In the quest to improve patient outcomes, collaborations between surgeons and spectroscopists are leading the charge...
Inductively Coupled Plasma Chef
Lu Yang discusses all things inductively coupled plasma... And her cooking channel
MALS Technology for next generation biopharmaceuticals

On September 23, The Analytical Scientist will be hosting a webinar with Tosoh about the fundamentals (and benefits) of multi-angle light scattering (MALS) detection for the analysis of macromolecules. Find out more

Elevate your quantitative and qualitative LC-MS pesticide analysis

Discover how you can improve sample throughput and have increased confidence in your quantitation and identification of pesticide residues in food by joining our webinar with Thermo Fisher Scientific on September 30. Find out more

Protein Footprinting Applications in Structural Biology

Join our webinar with NeoProteomics and GenNext Technologies on October 14 to discover the value of protein footprinting in biopharmaceutical research. Find out more

Missed our recent webinar with Thermo Fisher Scientific?

Not to worry! Brought to you by The Analytical Scientist and Thermo Fisher Scientific, ‘Finding lab efficiencies through the collective power of chromatography’ is now available on-demand. Catch Up Now

Application Notes
Improved aroma profiling by automated high-capacity sorptive extraction

The use of fully-automated high-capacity sorptive extraction with multi-step enrichment for enhancing the analysis of VOCs, that contribute to the aroma & flavour of breakfast cereals. Read more.

Palm SWIR Spectrometer For Material Identification

BaySpec’s Breeze-L TM offers a solution to the global crisis of waste recycling with the world’s smartest one-button palm spectrometer for 1300-2500nm. Wireless communication to any smartphone via a Bluetooth interface, making implementation of chemical analysis a breeze! Read more.

Better DLS data with less time and effort with adaptive correlation

Adaptive Correlation provides an improvement in the repeatability of DLS particle size measurements and the ability to measure primary particle sizes separately to the characterization of rare amounts of aggregated material. Read More.

Polymer characterization using advanced chromatography detection

ACQUITY APC system used in conjunction with OMNISEC REVEAL multi-detector provides more information, more quickly and with less sample. Read More.

Product Profile
BIP Technology is Changing the Way People Think about High Purity Gas

Most GC users know that carrier gas impurities can negatively impact their results, and the longevity of their column. However, simply choosing a high purity gas isn’t always enough to eliminate them. Read more

Events to Watch Out for in 2020

We work with event organizers from all around the world to help bring the analytical science community together, from large congresses to intimate meetings that fit around a table. Discover some of the events that we partner with and and stay up-to-date with the latest developments.

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