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December 2013 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

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Articles featured in this issue

Techniques & Tools Technology

Oh, Elusive Innovation!

| Rich Whitworth

What is it, why is it, and where on earth is it? The 2013 TASIAs have the answer.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Mass Spec Market Ignites

| Rich Whitworth

A business consultancy report estimates that the global mass spectrometry market will reach $2.5 billion by 2017

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

The Adventures of Titin

| Rich Whitworth

How high-speed force spectroscopy (HS-FS) closes the gap between experimental and simulated unfolding of titin

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Scoping Out Yellowcake

| Rich Whitworth

Pioneering near-infrared spectrometry for the analysis of uranium ore concentrates

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Ti Tox Test

| Lieve Balcaen

A new method can determine ultra-trace levels of titanium in clinical samples.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Scanning the LinkedIn Landscape

| Rich Whitworth

The omnipresent professional networking site seems to have a group for everything. Here, we throw the radar over the six biggest analytical offerings in terms of activity, seniority and focus.

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

March of Progress

| André Deelder

Where does clinical bio-molecular mass spectrometry (MS) sit on the steep slope between hype and hope?

Fields & Applications Data Analysis

The New Model

| Adrian Stevens

What the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry says about predictive sciences

Techniques & Tools Technology

Free Innovation Accelerator!

| Joshua M. Pearce

Open-source scientific hardware is a reality. It gives researchers more freedom to experiment with design and can open new doors in research. What’s stopping you?

Fields & Applications Pharma & Biopharma

Analytical Links

| Dev Kant Shandilya

How I grew an active LinkedIn group of over 7,500 members with a single aspiration – to make all our jobs easier.

Techniques & Tools Technology

The TASIAs Are Here

Accurate measurement is the very essence of science; better measurement technologies are the fuel of progress. Here, we recognize a year’s worth of innovation in The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards (TASIAs) 2013.

Techniques & Tools Technology

Innovation Showcase

Sponsor companies proudly present their impressive contributions to the analytical science community.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Three Gurus of Proteomics

| Christian Huber, Barry Karger, John Yates

Proteomics is all the rage. Here, three leaders in the field – Christian Huber, Barry Karger and John Yates – go beyond the hype to discuss where the field is going and what might hold progress back

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Pet Food Perseverance

| Andrew Ward

How heart-cutting two-dimensional gas chromatography aided in the identification of hidden odorant peaks to save the day – and the dog’s dinner.

Techniques & Tools Proteomics

The Old Guard

| Rich Whitworth

Sitting Down With Fred McLafferty, Professor Emeritus at Cornell University

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