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Fields & Applications Gas Chromatography, Forensics

What Comes After the “Eureka” Moment?

We’ve always done it this way. Spend enough time convincing someone to try something new, and you will undoubtedly hear this phrase like a broken record. Yet, as analytical scientists, we pride ourselves in working on new developments at the cutting edge. Every scientist dreams of the day they will have that eureka moment – that moment when they discover a revolutionary new way of doing something. The next step, where we often fall short, is in following through to get our reluctant stakeholders to buy in. How do we take that new idea and convince people that it’s worth pursuing?

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Katelynn Perrault

Assistant Professor, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

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