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June 2024 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

What will the generative AI revolution mean for scientists and educators? Experienced analytical scientists and educators in the AI trenches, Alan Doucette, Christopher Harisson, Tony Taylor, and Big Tech veteran Lalin Theverapperuma, provide the answers in our cover feature. In My View features Thomas Kiselak, who dissects patent law for analytical scientists, and Richard Jack, who argues that it is time to focus on developing cost-effective technologies for PFAS monitoring. In our Core Topics, Boone M. Prentice discusses trends and challenges in imaging mass spectrometry, and Gavin Reid welcomes you to Melbourne for IMSC 2024. We also present: Ina Varfaj’s point of view as the winner of the 2023 Separation Science Slam, Rachel Popelka-Filcoff’s spectroscopic work on Indigenous rock art and pigments, and what it means to be a “Csabaite” in light of the 28th ISSS2024 in Messina. Finally, we sit down with Brandon Ruotolo.

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Articles featured in this issue

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

Mic Drop

| Jessica Allerton

A new microscopy technique reveals the secrets of lipid synthesis inside living cells

Fields & Applications Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Flip It and Reverse It

| Jessica Allerton | 2 min read

“Reverse metabolomics” opens a new door into untargeted metabolite discovery and human metabolism

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Peak Performance

| Sponsored by Knauer | 5 min read

Customizable peak recycling systems and automation software solutions are now available

Business & Education Business

Patent Law: What Inventors Need to Know

| Thomas D. Kiselak | 7 min read

Take it from patent attorney Thomas D. Kiselak, most scientists vastly underestimate the patentability of their work

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

A Glass of Realism

| Richard Jack | 4 min read

Should we prioritize affordable tech to protect water, beyond relying solely on low detection limits in combating PFAS?

Business & Education Education

AI Meets AI

| Alan Doucette | 10 min read

Upholding academic integrity (AI) in a world of artificial intelligence (AI)

Business & Education Education

Your Students Are Already Using ChatGPT

| Christopher R. Harrison | 3 min read

Can you even tell? If so, please let me know how…

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

AI to the Rescue: Tackling the Proteomic Data Deluge

| Lukas Reiter | 4 min read

Mass spec proteomics advances have triggered a tsunami of complex data. Can AI and ML manage this challenge?

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Mass Spectrometry Down Under

| 12 min read

Some of the world’s best food and wine, coffee, unique culture, wildlife – and mass spectrometry! IMSC 2024 is certainly worth the trip to Melbourne

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

What’s New in Chromatography?

| Markella Loi

The latest research in chromatography: dangerously smoked meats, the toxicity of water-based paints, a bamboo-derived ligase, and more…

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Celebrating Csaba Horváth’s Living Legacy at ISSS2024

| Danilo Corradini | 5 min read

One great separation scientist’s impact continues to be felt as the “Csabaites” prepare to gather at the 28th ISSS2024 in Messina, Italy

Business & Education Professional Development

The Winner Takes It All

| Jessica Allerton | 5 min read

Ina Varfaj describes her victory at the 2023 Separation Science Slam – and what it felt like singing to a full auditorium

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Lighting Up Archaeological Science

| Jessica Allerton | 6 min read

Rachel Popelka-Filcoff explores novel methods with diverse spectroscopic technology to analyze Indigenous rock art and pigments

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

On an IM-MS Crusade

| Jessica Allerton | 6 min read

Sitting Down With… Brandon Ruotolo, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan, USA

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