Around the World in 80 Days: South America, Part II
Pablo Richter |
We take a look at a region that has seen rapid development in the analytical sciences in recent years through the eyes of three analytical chemists working at the cutting-edge in Brazil, Chile, and Colombia.
Analytical science has a key role to play in developing the economy of the future.
By Pablo Richter
This article is the start of an ongoing series highlighting the achievements of analytical scientists in different regions, particularly areas that are under-represented at conferences, in journals – and in our own Power List. We’d love to hear where you think we should turn our spotlight next – email email@example.com or leave a comment online.
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About the Author
Pablo Richter is a Professor of Chemistry at the Faculty of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences of the University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.