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August 2019 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

From seal physiology to ancient alcohol habits and prejudice in the workplace today, our July issue tackles a wide range of chemistry conundrums. And it doesn’t stop there – Rolf Halden explores health monitoring through wastewater analysis, Steve Wilson talks analytical technologies in organoid research, and our expert panel dig deep into ion mobility. These discussions then spill over into this month’s Sitting Down With, as Erin Baker tells us about how she keeps her “eye on mobility” and life in this space.

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Articles featured in this issue

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Image of the Month: Small Separations

| Charlotte Barker

Will microscale 3D columns have a big impact on the future of liquid-phase separations?

Business & Education Education

Pride & Prejudice

| Matthew Hallam

Further action is needed to support LGBT+ scientists.

Fields & Applications Environmental

Into the Deep with Submersible NIRS

| Matthew Hallam

Seals are adept ocean divers – near-infrared spectroscopy provides clues as to how they survive extreme depths.

Business & Education Education

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

| Matthew Hallam

August's editorial explored the landscape for LGBT+ scientists... What does the latest data say about the issue?

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

Booze, Barbarism and... Beeswax

| Matthew Hallam

GC-MS analysis of ancient Celtic drinking vessels paints a colorful picture of life in BCE Europe.

Fields & Applications Clinical

Gaining the Upper Hand

| Jonathan James

Illuminating antiretroviral accumulation in the brain using LC-MS and MALDI-MSI - the key to tackling HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder?

Fields & Applications Clinical

A Golden Ratio for Gut Disorders

| Luke Turner

Could the permeability ratio be used to diagnose and monitor gut disorders less invasively than traditional colonoscopy?

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Chip Off the Old Block

| Steven Wilson

How can analytical chemistry support the rise of organoids and organ-on-a-chip technologies?

Business & Education Education

Helping Undergrads Bloom

| Mark T. Stauffer

From science to social experiences, grant-funded STEM programs provide undergraduates with a valuable foundation for their careers.

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Sugar Rush

| Sponsored by Tosoh

Tomasz Walski, Project Group Leader in the R&D department at Mabion S.A., tells us how he is keeping glycan analysis short and sweet.

Fields & Applications Environmental

The Great Sewage Census

| Rolf Halden

Wastewater analysis not only informs us of human health and habits, but could even help transform our approach to healthcare.

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

An Opioid Observatory

| Matthew Hallam

In the Arizona city of Tempe, researchers are tracking drug use in real-time.

Business & Education Professional Development

When Progress Becomes Predation

| Yaman AlAhmad, Ibrahim Abdelhafez, Faruk Skenderi, Semir Vranić

Predatory publishing practices always have a negative impact, but it is disproportionately felt in developing countries

Weather-Induced Degradation Study of Polystyrene Using the Photoprobe

| Contributed by CDS

High Intensity UV Irradiator at 800 mW/mm2.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

An Eye on Mobility

Sitting Down With… Erin Baker, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, California, USA.

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