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Environmental

Fields & Applications Environmental

Cleaning Up Our Act!

| Jonathan James

The future of our planet hangs in the balance – what role will analytical chemistry play in the green revolution?

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 Environmental

Emission Impossible

| Jonathan James

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

Business & Education Professional Development

An Enriching Career

Sitting Down With… Janusz Pawliszyn, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Fields & Applications Environmental

Tipping the Scales

| Jonathan James

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

Fields & Applications Environmental

Lotion in the Ocean

| Jonathan James

The presence of sunscreen compounds in seawater is unlikely to be good for marine ecosystems – but just how bad is the problem?

Fields & Applications Environmental

The Great Sewage Census

| Rolf Halden

Wastewater analysis not only informs us of human health and habits, but could even help transform our approach to healthcare.

Fields & Applications Environmental

Into the Deep with Submersible NIRS

| Matthew Hallam

Seals are adept ocean divers – near-infrared spectroscopy provides clues as to how they survive extreme depths.

Fields & Applications Environmental

When Technology Bites Back

| Heather A. Leslie

What can we do about plastic pollution – as citizens and as analytical scientists?

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Life in Plastic, It's Not Fantastic

| Matthew Hallam

Raman spectroscopy highlights the presence of an invisible pest lurking below the ocean’s surface - microplastics.

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