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Pharma & Biopharma

Fields & Applications Clinical

Gaining the Upper Hand

| Jonathan James

Illuminating antiretroviral accumulation in the brain using LC-MS and MALDI-MSI - the key to tackling HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder?

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Sugar Rush

| Sponsored by Tosoh

Tomasz Walski, Project Group Leader in the R&D department at Mabion S.A., tells us how he is keeping glycan analysis short and sweet.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Chip Off the Old Block

| Steven Wilson

How can analytical chemistry support the rise of organoids and organ-on-a-chip technologies?

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

A Turning Tide

| Isabelle François

2D-LC-MS brings important benefits to the fields of pharma, biopharma, omics, and natural product analysis.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

MS: Access All Areas

| Sponsored by Agilent Technologies

Shane Tichy reveals the story behind the new InfinityLab LC/MSD iQ System.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Going Native with Microfluidics

| Andrew Lynn

Andrew Lynn, CEO of Fluidic Analytics, shares his expertise on the use of microfluidics to study protein interactions.

Fields & Applications Clinical

Act Fast Against Infection

| Matthieu Legrand

A united front against antimicrobial resistance requires rapid diagnostics.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Model Body Building

| Sabeth Verporte, Maarten Honing, Jaap den Toonder, Edmond Young

A triumph of biomedical engineering, organ-on-a-chip technology has given researchers an exciting new tool to explore biology.

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

The Color of Chirality

| Maryam Mahdi

Forty years ago, it was theorized that chirality had a color composition that could be measured... and finally the theory has been proven.

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Time is Now

| Bob Boughtflower, Paul Hopkins

Ready or not, automation is coming soon to analytical labs everywhere. Here’s why we should rejoice – rather than resist – the rise of the machines.

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