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September 2019 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

Death, disease and Bronze Age Danes – our September issue explores issues across all corners of analytical science. From visualizing proteins at the atomic level to Vesuvius’ annihilation of Herculaneum and the utility of substructure analysis for metabolic studies, we dive into the advances pushing the field in exciting new directions. Plus, we hear from Michel Nielen, Hans-Gerd Janssen and Chris Elliott about the latest trends in food analysis ahead of RAFA 2019, and (for dessert, if you’ll forgive the pun) we sit down with Alejandro Cifuentes, “father of foodomics.”

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Articles featured in this issue

Fields & Applications Forensics

Image of the Month: Ancient Amphibian Autopsy

| Jonathan James

SEM and SRS-XRF reveal the most anatomically detailed structures of fossilized frogs to date.

Business & Education Education

Analytical Science Breaks Free

| Charlotte Barker

Testing is moving out of the lab and into the real world - bringing risk but also exciting potential.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Bronze Age Bartering

| Jonathan James

Trace element and isotope analyses highlight metal trading practices in Bronze Age Scandinavia.

Business & Education Business

The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards 2019

Nominations are open for this year’s TASIAs!

Business & Education Professional Development

A Call to AMS

| Jonathan James

Measurement science in the UK faces uncertainty: can CAMS lead the scientific rebellion?

Fields & Applications Clinical

Precision Excision

| Jonathan James

Two-photon laser microscopy reveals unique tumor tissue features that may improve oncological surgery.

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Resolution Revolution Realized

| Jonathan James

Breakthroughs in cryo-electron microscopy provide atomic-level protein information that may transform drug development.

Fields & Applications Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Making Sense of Metabolite Mixtures

| Justin J.J van der Hooft

Substructure analysis provides a means to decipher complex metabolic samples.

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Lighting the Way

| Sponsored by Horiba

From the seven seas to outer space – HORIBA Jobin Yvon celebrate 200 years of spectroscopy.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Stories of the Dead

| Matthew Hallam, Lana Brockbals, Pier Paolo Petrone, Cristina Barrocas Dias

How analytical chemistry refines life after death.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

iQ Test

| Sponsored by Agilent Technologies

The Agilent LC/MSD iQ is here to simplify LC-MS for MS and non-MS specialists alike.

Business & Education Professional Development

Today's Menu: Sound Science

| Michel Nielen, Hans-Gerd Janssen, Chris Elliott

To ready you for RAFA 2019, we find out what’s hot in food analysis with Michel Nielen, Hans-Gerd Janssen and Chris Elliott.

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Read My LIBS

| Matthew Hallam

We discuss LIBS and this year's conference season in Latin America with Mayo Villagrán Muniz.

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

At One with the Elements

| Matthew Hallam

Laser spectroscopy shines a light on the ionization potential of promethium.

Business & Education Professional Development

There's Something About RamanFest

| Wei Huang

RamanFest is a valuable platform for researchers, but what makes the event – and the technique – so special?

Business & Education Spectroscopy

SciX: High Expectations

| Christopher Harrison, Greg Klunder, Mary Kate Donais

What should we be looking forward to ahead of SciX 2019? We asked three key faculty members to find out for ourselves.

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

The Father of Foodomics

Sitting Down With… Alejandro Cifuentes, Laboratory of Foodomics, Institute of Food Science Research, Spanish National Research Council, Madrid, Spain.

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