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July 2019 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

Enjoy diving into the past in our July edition, as we delve into the analytical chemistry underscoring artifact analysis and cultural conservation in our museums, the long-forgotten drug habits of ancient Asia, and parasitic infections during Turkey’s agricultural revolution. Plus, we profile the analytical science of the future, from diagnostics to assessing the plastic crisis, and how advances in odor analysis could transform forensics – the topic of this month’s Sitting Down With, featuring Katelynn Perrault.

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Articles featured in this issue

Business & Education Education

Image of the Month: Bringing Art to the Table

| Charlotte Barker

Creative visualisation of the periodic table brings science and art closer together.

Business & Education Education

Remarkable Technology, Amazing People

| Rich Whitworth

ASMS and HPLC 2019 showcase why the field of analytical science is so special.

Fields & Applications Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Coprolite Parasite Insight

| Matthew Hallam

Lipid profiling of fossilized feces highlights the spread of intestinal infections in ancient Turkey.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Pot Cemetery

| Matthew Hallam

Residue from an ancient burial site in Eastern Asia – and the cannabis use that time forgot.

Fields & Applications Gas Chromatography

Diagnosis: Asthma

| Matthew Hallam

Jean-François Focant answers our questions on the 'BreathPrint' study of MS for phenotyping asthma.

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Life in Plastic, It's Not Fantastic

| Matthew Hallam

Raman spectroscopy highlights the presence of an invisible pest lurking below the ocean’s surface - microplastics.

Fields & Applications Clinical

A SMArter Way to Diagnose Diabetes

| Michael Schubert

Could a polymer that "biopsies" living cells lead to improved diabetes diagnosis and monitoring?

Fields & Applications Environmental

When Technology Bites Back

| Heather A. Leslie

What can we do about plastic pollution – as citizens and as analytical scientists?

Fields & Applications Chemical

Analyte at the Museum

| Charlotte Barker

Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Netherlands Institute for Conservation, Art and Science.

Fields & Applications Materials

Lacquer of Interest

| Jonas Veenhoven

Using GC-MS to investigate degradation of Asian Lacquer.

Fields & Applications Materials

True Colors

| Maarten van Bommel

Speeding up the aging process to help reconstruct the colors of the past.

Fields & Applications Materials

Paint it Back

| Alina Astefanei

From colors to proteins: modern technologies and ambient MS for cultural heritage objects.

Fields & Applications Materials

From the Deep

| Ineke Joosten

Precious metals from the 17th century shipwreck yield their secrets to XRF and SEM.

Fields & Applications Materials

Modern Art Meets Modern Analysis

| Klaas Jan van den Berg

Developing a toolbox to meet the unique conservation challenges of 20th century art.

Fields & Applications Materials

New Tools for Old Masters

| Katrien Keune

Conserving precious paintings for the art lovers of the future.

Fields & Applications Materials

In the Clear

| Guus Verhaar

Ion chromatography can predict invisible deterioration of glass objects.

Fields & Applications Materials

Life Modeling

| Joen Hermans

Recreating the chemistry of paint degradation in the lab.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

MS: Access All Areas

| Sponsored by Agilent Technologies

Shane Tichy reveals the story behind the new InfinityLab LC/MSD iQ System.

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

Our Research in Images: All Eyes on Precision Medicine

Bernd Bodenmiller and his colleagues at the University of Zurich explain how highly multiplexed imaging can facilitate precision medicine.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Our Research in Images: Imaging Innovation

Scientists from the UK's National Centre of Excellence in Mass Spectrometry Imaging showcase the potential for MSI in a wide range of fields.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Our Research in Images: Body of Evidence

Maastricht MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute scientists are delivering a wealth of new data for biomedical researchers.

Business & Education Business

Industrial Revelations: Darlene Solomon, Agilent Technologies

| Charlotte Barker

Our series of interviews with industry scientists returns, as we shine our spotlight on Darlene Solomon, Agilent's research and technology guru.

Fields & Applications Forensics

On the Scent

Sitting Down With... Katelynn A. Perrault, Assistant Professor of Forensic Sciences and Chemistry, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

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