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We’ve recently been publishing interviews with speakers from some of the analytical world’s biggest events reflecting on the impact of COVID-19. So, for our June cover feature, we collate and summarize their thoughts on what we’ve missed – and where we go from here. Continuing in a spirit of reflections and new beginnings, we catch up with previous winners of the 40 Under 40 Power List, while TV weatherman and EuroFAST speaker Peter Kuipers Munneke offers some advice for how we can make the most of our meetups. Elsewhere, we’re reconstructing the smells of the past, smelling whisky with an electronic GC-MS-based nose, Richard van Breemen tells us about his latest COVID-19 research, and Karen Esmonde-White and Rob Lascola reveal “the single-most exciting development in spectroscopy today.” Last but not least, we Sit Down With proteome pioneer Neil Kelleher.