Here, we celebrate analytical science’s rising stars, who will, hopefully, provide the answers to the 21st century’s biggest questions.
Ryan De Vooght-Johnson
Sea anemone-inspired nanopores hint at a low-cost, single-molecule protein sequencing device.
M Farooq Wahab,
Anna Laura Capriotti,
The rising stars from our Top 40 Under 40 Power List pick their top papers of 2018.
Sergio C. Nanita,
Experts from across the analytical sciences select eye-catching articles from the past 12 months.
What can the research highlights of 2018 tell us about the hot topics of 2019?
by Thermo Fisher Scientific
This eBook provides a toolbox of different workflows and techniques, developed by scientists at the National Institute of Biopharmaceutical Research.
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We Sit Down With Benjamin Garcia, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
The oldest cheese ever discovered has been found in an ancient tomb
by Pharma Fluidics
Kris Gevaert and Francis Impens, from Ghent University and the VIB Proteomics Core, tell us how PharmaFluidics’ μPAC can expedite routine analysis
Metaproteomics study throws doubt on Chekhov’s cause of death – and paves the way for future cultural heritage analysis
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