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The Analytical Scientist
Welcome to January's issue! In Upfront, “Making a Murderer” raises the profile of analytical chemists, researchers puncture claims that banned tire treatments are undetectable, and genomics rules the roost in Thomas Reuters’ “hottest researchers”. We Sit Down With Carlo Bicchi, and Philip Britz-McKibbin asks if there’s a simpler method for multiplexed separations in metabolomics. In ‘Exploring Our Blue Planet’, oceanographer Rob Munier explains the role of analytical science in understanding the mysteries of the deep. And from our blue planet to the red planet, we talk to two experts who are looking to Mars to learn more about the universe.