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Fields & Applications


Fields & Applications Forensics

Battle of the Bronze Age

| Matthew Hallam

Unraveling encounters on bygone battlefields with fencing (and X-rays)

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: X-Ray Vision

| Lauren Robertson

Using an X-ray-sensitive lanthanide-binding tag (LBT), scientists have demonstrated a new technique for imaging proteins in 3D at nanoscale resolution

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Clues from a Watery Grave

| Lauren Robertson

Bone proteomics could help investigators get to the bottom of drowning deaths

Fields & Applications Clinical

Progress Against a Pandemic

| Lauren Robertson

Quantifying published coronavirus research since 2002

Fields & Applications Forensics

Faster, More Objective Maggot Analysis

| Michael Schubert

Combining molecular analysis with artificial intelligence can help forensic scientists elicit more information from maggots

Fields & Applications Microscopy

On the Origin of Color

| Lauren Robertson

The 170-year-old mystery behind the first color photographs has been solved

Fields & Applications Clinical

A Blood Test for Fibromyalgia

| Michael Schubert

Fibromyalgia’s “metabolic fingerprint” may lead the way to definitive diagnosis

Fields & Applications Clinical

Analytical Science and Patient Safety

Gary McKeeman answers our questions on the role of analytical science in patient care

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Proteins in Space?

| Lauren Robertson

Traces of protein have been found in space – for the first time

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: The (Ugly) Face of Plastics

| Lauren Robertson

Say hello to Eurythenes plasticus, the new face of the plastics crisis


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