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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.

Business & Education Environmental

Helping Microplastics Float to the Top

| Karen Esmonde-White

The keynote speech at SciX 2018 highlighted the importance of scientific conferences in keeping analytical science relevant to the wider world.

Fields & Applications Gas Chromatography

The Sweet Smell of Success

| Jean-François Focant

We chat to Jean-François Focant, Professor, Chemistry Department, University of Liège, Belgium.

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

A Little “Light” Reading

| Joanna Cummings

Presenting the latest spectroscopic research in bite-sized chunks

Techniques & Tools Food, Beverage & Agriculture

All The Tea in China

Unraveling the impact of climate changes on the complex chemistry of an ancient crop

Techniques & Tools Environmental

A Closer Look at the Bigger Picture

| Guilherme L. Alexandrino, Josephine Lübeck and Jan. H. Christensen

How a pixel-based approach can define the unique chemical fingerprint of a complex environmental sample

Techniques & Tools Environmental

There’s Something in the Water

| Joanna Cummings

Drug emissions in UK rivers raise questions about long-term consequences for the environment

Fields & Applications Gas Chromatography

Image of the Month

| Joanna Cummings

Russian scientists have developed a new flying gas chromatograph.

Techniques & Tools Environmental

CFC What Happens

| Joanna Cummings

Levels of ozone-depleting CFCs are on the rise – despite a global ban

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