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Fields & Applications Environmental

A Wonderful Sense of Perspective

| Rich Whitworth

The ‘ph’ in Phenomenex stands for philanthropy and drives a very ‘giving’ culture.

Techniques & Tools Environmental

Improving Life Through Science – Responsibly

| Rich Whitworth

Sigma-Aldrich places “global-citizenship” at the heart of its business.

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Light Years Ahead

| Rich Whitworth

Using spectroscopy to protect and improve the quality of life for people worldwide.

Fields & Applications Chemical

Full Markes for Awareness

| Rich Whitworth

Markes International connects with the local community – and gets the wider community to connect with analytical science.

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Optimizing Small Volume of Block Co-Polymers Used for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Read how DLS-based optical microrheology can be used to determine the rheological behavior of polymer solutions and the impact of tracer particle chemistry on the measured microrheological response.

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Driving SERS into the Clinic

| Mustafa Culha

Raman spectroscopy has evolved into a powerful characterization technique for many applications. What more needs to be done to make it effective in clinical analysis?

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Capture Recapture

| Zuzana Gajdosechova

Isotope dilution mass spectrometry analysis highlights effective interdisciplinary collaboration – and its legacy should be at the forefront of modern research.

Techniques & Tools Environmental

Zeroing in on Zero Gases

| Stephen Harrison, Peter Adam

How can a metrology project to measure zero help in the goal of cleaner air?

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Bright Spark

| Rich Whitworth

Sitting Down With... Richard Pollard, President of Ocean Optics, Dunedin, Florida, USA.

Fields & Applications Data Analysis

Trust in Quantitative Analysis

| Richard C. King

The ageless wisdom, “imitation is the sheerest form of flattery,” once again holds true. Unfortunately in quantitative analysis, imitation comes with real consequences.

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