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Fields & Applications Sensors

A Flexible Friend

| Joanna Cummings

Bendy blood-oxygen sensors break the mold.

Business & Education Technology

A Philadelphia Story

| Joanna Cummings

This year’s Pittcon will be covering the hottest of topics, including epigenetics, automation, nanomaterials and cannabis analysis.

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Landmark Literature 2018: Part II

| Sergio C. Nanita, Mikhail Savitski, Ken Broeckhoven, Jean-Francois Masson, Anneli Kruve, Juris Meija, Cecilia Cagliero, Hiroshi Tsugawa

Experts from across the analytical sciences select eye-catching articles from the past 12 months.

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Landmark Literature 2018: Part I

| Michael Witting, M Farooq Wahab, Anna Laura Capriotti, James Grinias, Matthew Baker, Caroline West, Andrea Gargano, Francesco Cacciola

The rising stars from our Top 40 Under 40 Power List pick their top papers of 2018.

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Crystallins and Cataracts

| Joanna Cummings

Mass spectrometry helps uncover the complex biochemistry behind cataract formation.

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Sensing the Tiniest Change

| Menno Prins

A new biomarker sensing technology provides sensitive, specific monitoring for a wide range of patients

Fields & Applications Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Hot Topics: 2018's Most Popular Articles

| Joanna Cummings

Of the many articles we published last year, which most grabbed your attention? Here are our Top 10 most read…

Fields & Applications Genomics & DNA Analysis

A Lasting Legacy

Epigenetic changes can have a huge impact on our health. Should we be focusing more attention on this emerging area?

Fields & Applications Microscopy

Image of the Month

| Charlotte Barker

3D modeling tool allows scientists to view live human cells in an unprecedented way

Fields & Applications Clinical

Gone Fishing

A magnetic wire inserted into a vein captures circulating tumor cells and cell-free tumor DNA


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