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October 2013 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

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Articles featured in this issue

Fields & Applications

The Top Ten Reasons For Doing the Power List

| Frank van Geel

After some (quite heated) debate, we have developed and now humbly present The Analytical Scientist Power List 2013.

Fields & Applications Technology

Analytical Tattoo

| Rich Whitworth

Non-invasive lactate monitoring adds function to form for athletes on the edge

Techniques & Tools Forensics

Lipstick on Your Collar?

| Rich Whitworth

The non-destructive nature of Raman spectroscopy is a boon to forensic evidence continuity

Fields & Applications Data Analysis

Onions Under E-Scrutiny

| Rich Whitworth

Researchers tackle the unlikely issue of red onion counterfeiting with E-Nose technology.

Techniques & Tools Clinical

Bug ID by Mass Spec

| Rich Whitworth

FDA approval of a MALDI-TOF MS-based system for bacteria and yeast identification brings analytics to the clinic

Fields & Applications Technology

Tracking Fracking

| Rich Whitworth

Startup company BaseTrace applies DNA tracer technology to track contamination from hydraulic fracturing

Fields & Applications Petrochem

What’s that Smell?

| Rich Whitworth

A “nauseating odor” that alarmed citizens of Mangalore, India, remains unidentified

Fields & Applications

HPLC Down Under

| Emily Hilder

Isn’t it time for a change of scenery? Isn’t it time for a different perspective? Isn’t it time for a shake up?

Fields & Applications

Pragmatic Red Tape

| Peter Kootstra

Documentation does not ensure effective, efficient or consistent performance.

Fields & Applications Clinical

Rare Analytical Need

| Joan LLuis-Vives Corrons

Anemia becomes much more serious in countries where rare hereditary forms can remain undiagnosed.

Fields & Applications

Three Gurus of Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

| Isabelle François, Davy Guillarme, Eric Lesellier

Is the ongoing resistance to SFC a simple misunderstanding and the legacy of past disappointments?

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Dioxin Analysis Access

| Jayne de Vos, Peter Gorst-Allman

Safe toxic waste disposal and its subsequent monitoring pose significant challenges.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

A Sense of (Historical) Perspective

| Richard Gallagher

Sitting Down With Mike Grayson, Archivist at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

High resolution separation of related compounds of Erythromycin

| Contributed by VWR

Techniques & Tools

Sophisticated antibody analysis by GPC/SEC

| Contributed by PSS

Monoclonal antibodies (mAB) are increasingly growing in importance for the diagnosis and therapy of various diseases, including cancer as well as autoimmune and inflammatory disorders.

Techniques & Tools

Analysis of Synthetic Oligomers and Polymer

| Sponsored by Tosoh

Here, we summarize two GPC applications developed on the all-in-one EcoSEC® GPC System.

Techniques & Tools

The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards (TASIAs) 2013

| Rich Whitworth

Showcasing the best analytical science advances of the year

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