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March 2024 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

As The Scripps Research Institute turns 100, we shine a spotlight on some of its leading analytical scientists, in this month’s cover feature. In My View features: Brooke Kammrath and Dale Purcell, who argue that a lack of respect for microscopy holds back the microspectroscopy field; Victoria Samanidou, who argues greenness can’t be the only parameter used to evaluate a proposed method; and Kavitha Parvataneni, who explains how leaders can foster an organizational “growth mindset.” In the Core Topics, we discuss the role of machine learning in immunopeptidomics, why Susan Richardson’s recent discoveries about disinfection by-products are cause for concern, why HPLC 2024 is focusing on the societal impact of separation science, SFC, and nanoplastic detection. In Profession, Isabelle Kohler explains why she launched NextMinds – a mentoring platform designed for early-career scientists. And last but not least, we Sit Down With environmental advocate Elena Ibañez Ezequiel.

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Articles featured in this issue

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Ready, Set, Sequence!

| Markella Loi | 4 min read

Could the rise of nanopore technology cost mass spec its protein sequencing throne?

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Designer Drug Detection

| Jessica Allerton

A new computational framework provides researchers with an efficient process for uncovering new psychoactive substances

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

The Easy – and USP Compliant – Way to Modernize Your HPLC Methods

| Sponsored by Knauer | 5 min read

How KNAUER’s HPLC Method Converter helps biomanufacturers maximize speed and sustainability, while adhering to US Pharmacopeia (USP) 621 guidelines

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

Forget Me Not

| Brooke Kammrath, Dale Purcell | 4 min read

Poorly understood and rarely emphasized by instrument manufacturers, is a lack of respect for microscopy holding back the microspectroscopy field?

Techniques & Tools Sample Preparation

Blue Is the New Green

| Victoria Samanidou | 2 min read

Greenness can’t be the only parameter an analytical scientist must evaluate when deciding whether or not to adopt a proposed method or protocol…

Fields & Applications Clinical

The Trajan Story: Extraordinary Inspiration from an Ordinary Life

| Sponsored by Trajan | 3 min read

How Trajan’s Stephen and Angela Tomisich took inspiration from everyday life back in 2011 to build a global enterprise

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

DBPs: an Underestimated Threat

| Jessica Allerton | 4 min read

Why Susan Richardson’s recent discoveries about disinfection by-products are (even more) cause for concern

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Impactful Separations at HPLC 2024

| Susan Olesik | 4 min read

What is the societal impact of separation science? Come to Colorado to find out!

Techniques & Tools Technology

Resurrecting SFC

| Stefan Bieber, Thomas Letzel | 5 min read

Has the “game-changer” really fallen into oblivion?

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Zooming In on Nanoplastics

| Josiane P. Lafleur, Jelena Timarac Popović | 2 min read

How increased sensitivity of emerging technologies is improving nanoplastic detection

Business & Education Professional Development

Introducing NextMinds

| Markella Loi | 6 min read

Isabelle Kohler explains why she launched a mentoring platform designed for early-career scientists

Business & Education Professional Development

Thinking “In Green”

| Elena Ibañez | 4 min read

Sitting Down With… Elena Ibañez Ezequiel, Research Professor, Foodomics Laboratory, Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL-CSIC), Spain

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