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Chemical

Fields & Applications

Opposites Attract

| Joanna Cummings

Researchers have discovered a strong electrostatic attraction between protein histone H1 and its binding partner prothymosin α.

Fields & Applications

Clinical Chemistry: The Road to N=1

Why we need more chemistry in the clinic if we’re to reach the goal of individualized medicine.

Fields & Applications

Keeping Plastic Fantastic

| Joanna Cummings

Analytical methods help save Disney cels – and could protect the art of the future

Fields & Applications

Spinal Tap

| Joanna Cummings

Metal speciation in cerebrospinal fluid may bring new understanding of neurodegenerative diseases

Fields & Applications

Necessity is the Mother of Invention

| Vadim Davankov

In Cold War-era Russia, one could be successful…if one was innovative

Techniques & Tools

Light at the Museum

| Louise Smieska and Ruth Mullet

SR-XRF and diffraction have uncovered unexpected trace elements in ancient manuscript fragments

Fields & Applications

When Experiments Go Wrong

| Carmen Nitsche

Lab safety is a priority. We need to get better at sharing data on hazardous chemical reactions

Fields & Applications

Long Time Coming...

| Charlotte Barker

The world’s longest-running synchrotron light experiment reaches day 1,000

Techniques & Tools

From Chemical to Clinical Analysis

We let you know what’s going on in the business world of analytical science

Fields & Applications

Daydreaming in the Classroom

| Joanna Cummings

VR lessons are helping kids understand chemistry. Could the analytical community learn something?

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