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Fields & Applications


Fields & Applications Environmental

Analyzing Life, the Universe, and Everything

| Jonathan James, Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Sam Kounaves

Planetary science is redefining our understanding of life on Earth – and beyond

Fields & Applications Forensics

Image of the Month: Elementary, My Dear Watson

| Jonathan James

Large area synchrotron source XFM scan of a natural fingermark showing distribution of Zn (red), Fe (green) and Ti (blue)

Fields & Applications Forensics

What's in the Bag?

| Jonathan James

An MS-based approach could let police ID illicit drugs without opening suspect packages

Fields & Applications Forensics

Leaving your Mark

| Jonathan James

There’s much more to fingermarks than meets the dye

Fields & Applications Environmental

Emission Impossible

| Jonathan James

A novel spectroscopic approach could take radiocarbon emission monitoring out of the lab and into the field

Fields & Applications Clinical

Getting to the Heart of the Proteforms

| Jonathan James

How do we overcome the challenge of characterizing cardiac proteoforms?

Fields & Applications Clinical

Diagnostics Everywhere

| Kimia Sobhani, Jennifer Van Eyk

Remote self-sampling may improve diagnosis and prognosis while reducing costs, but numerous factors must be considered for appropriate implementation

Fields & Applications Chemical

Explosive Experimentation

| Jonathan James

A holistic view of fireballs: infrared spectroscopy facilitates the acquisition of continuous chemical data from explosions.

Fields & Applications Clinical

Stimulating and Sensing Insulin Secretion

| Jonathan James

An “islet-on-a-chip” device could inform beta cell transplantation – and diabetes research as a whole.

Fields & Applications Environmental

Tipping the Scales

| Jonathan James

Alternatives to environment-damaging paint additives may come from an unlikely source: the beauty of bugs.

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