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Fields & Applications Proteomics, Environmental, Forensics

Our Most Read Articles in 2022

1. The Art Of Chemical Warfare Agent Analysis

Philipp Sulzer, Science Manager at IONICON, talks us through the challenging, potentially perilous, and (unfortunately) increasingly relevant field of chemical warfare agent analysis

2. Microplastics: a Mega-Problem?

The microplastics problem is snowballing, says Damia Barcelo, and we need standardized analytical techniques to dissect the issue

3. How You Can Help Your Ukrainian Colleagues

ScienceForUkraine provides information, job opportunities, and equipment to Ukrainian scientists. Here’s how to get involved.

4. Conquering the Human Proteome

The Human Proteoform Project needs a US$1.3 billion moonshot to transform our understanding of protein-based disease, says Neil Kelleher

5. Who’s Afraid of SFC?

Supercritical fluid chromatography has come a long way in terms of versatility and ease of use, so there’s no reason to be scared, says Caroline West. But we need another round of innovation from manufacturers to take SFC to the next level.

6. Using Mass Spec to Rewrite Textbooks

We sit down with Albert J.R. Heck, Professor at the Science Faculty, Utrecht University, and Scientific Director of the Netherlands Proteomics Centre, The Netherlands

7. Cite Your Sources: Academic Integrity Revisited

Victoria Samanidou: Maintaining standards in citation ethics is a responsibility that lies with each of us

8. Sports Doping: Closing Pandora’s Box

You might think you know who won, but the race isn’t over until the analytical scientists have had their say… As detection limits continue to push the boundaries – and as penalties become increasingly severe – is the system becoming unfair to athletes?

9. The Decade’s Biggest Chromatography Breakthroughs

We asked chromatography experts – Ian Wilson, Paul Haddad, Martin Gilar, Jim Luong – from the 2021 Power List: what has been the biggest breakthrough in the field over the last 10 years – and why?

10. Rising to the Analytical Challenge of Advanced Medicine

Cell and gene therapies are incredibly exciting, but without the right predictive analytical methods and tools to ensure safety and efficacy, the field will be held back 

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