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February 2020 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

Our joint January/February issue kickstarts the first of two Special Series for The Analytical Scientist in 2020, “Advanced Clinical Analysis.” Ron Heeren (M4I Director) explores the state of the field in his guest editorial, and we dive straight into the spectroscopic approaches transforming surgical practice with our Spectroscopist Inside feature: Operation Spectroscopy. Beyond the clinic, we explore the humanitarian efforts of Chemists Without Borders, follow the gurus bringing 2DMS to mainstream analytics, and review landmark papers of 2019 with an expert panel.

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Articles featured in this issue

Fields & Applications Clinical

Dammit, Jim – I’m a Doctor, Not an Analytical Scientist!

| Ron M. A. Heeren

M4I Director Ron Heeren kicks off our first Special Series of 2020: Advanced Clinical Analysis

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Cretaceous Catastrophe

| Jonathan James

Exploring the prehistoric chemistry of Earth's oceans through a potentially unlikely source - mollusk shells

Business & Education Business

Business in Brief

A round-up of this month’s business news

Fields & Applications Genomics & DNA Analysis

A Case of Identity

| Jonathan James

A new sequencing method promises to streamline bacterial characterization

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Lipid Locators

| Jonathan James

Combining microarray and MALDI-MS technologies could empower the lipid profiling of cells and tissues

Fields & Applications Microscopy

Got Rhythm?

| Jonathan James

An atomic view of cardiac arrhythmia

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Agents of Destruction

| Jonathan James

Introducing: a ratiometric sensor able to quantify nerve agents from chemical warfare and pesticides

Business & Education Business

PITTCON In Our Sights

| Matthew Hallam

With PITTCON on the horizon, we offer our top picks from the program to streamline your time in Chicago

Fields & Applications Environmental

Biochar to Combat Climate Change

| Ray Kronquist

Chemists Without Borders are combating some of the biggest issues facing humanity - starting with climate change

Fields & Applications Chemical

Unpoisoning the Well

| Robert Kurkjian

Uniting minds to combat the issue of arsenic in Bangladesh's drinking water

Business & Education Education

To Educate Is to Drive Change

| A Bakarr Kanu

Chemists Without Borders are bringing chemical education to Sierra Leone for the greater good

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Gurus of 2DMS

| Matthew Hallam

What exactly is 2DMS – and how can the technique transform the field?

Fields & Applications Education

Landmark Literature 2019

| Norman Dovichi, Catherine Fenselau, Kelly Zhang, Alejandro Cifuentes, Karen Faulds, Gongke Li

An expert panel outline their top literature picks from 2019

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Operation Spectroscopy

| Matthew Hallam

In the quest to improve patient outcomes, collaborations between surgeons and spectroscopists are leading the charge...

Business & Education Professional Development

Sowing the Seeds of Innovation

| Ali Salehi-Reyhani

Entrepreneurship is a skill, and we need to start teaching it

Evolved Gas Analysis and Multi-Step Pyrolysis: Two Powerful Tools for Polymer Analysis

| Contributed by CDS

Evolved gas analysis and multi-step pyrolysis performed on a vinyl polymer

Analysis of Therapeutic Oligonucleotides by UHPSEC-MALS

| Contributed by Tosoh

The oligonucleotide therapeutics field has seen remarkable progress over the last few years and oligonucleotides are increasingly recognized as...

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Making MS Matter

MS maestro Pieter Dorrestein shares his thoughts on enclosed libraries and driving success in the field

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