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November 2018 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

In Upfront, Cassini takes a deep dive through Saturn’s rings, GC uncovers an Egyptian embalming “recipe”, and we find out how brown bears help with antibiotic analysis. In our features: Mary Wirth asks how analytical science can support epigenetic exploration, and Lloyd Snyder is fondly remembered by friends and colleagues. We also discover more about “recycling” chromatography, ask what impact 3D printing could have on sample prep, and interview GCxGC genius, Jean-François Focant.

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Articles featured in this issue

Business & Education

Just What the Doctor Ordered

| Joanna Cummings |

We need to increase diversity – and talking is not enough

Techniques & Tools

Ring the Changes

| Joanna Cummings |

NASA’s pioneering Cassini spacecraft captures Saturn’s atmospheric composition

Fields & Applications

Yummy Mummy?

| Joanna Cummings |

GC-MS reveals ancient Egyptian embalming “recipe”

Fields & Applications

Suppressed Excitement

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New microfluidic membrane suppressor technology wins the prestigious Solvay Award

Fields & Applications

Gone Fishing

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A magnetic wire inserted into a vein captures circulating tumor cells and cell-free tumor DNA

Fields & Applications

Safe and Sound

| Charlotte Barker |

Business in brief: What’s going on in analytical science?

Fields & Applications

Bearfaced Research

| Roisin McGuigan |

A new way of discovering antibiotics makes use of an unusual source of complex microbial communities…

Fields & Applications

Image of the Month

| Charlotte Barker |

3D modeling tool allows scientists to view live human cells in an unprecedented way

Fields & Applications

Biotherapeutic QC: Time to Meet MAM

| Simon Cubbon |

How HRAM-MS could give a boost to biotherapeutics

Techniques & Tools

Digital Sample Prep

| Victoria Samanidou |

We need to embrace the transformative potential of 3D printing

Fields & Applications

A Lasting Legacy

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Epigenetic changes can have a huge impact on our health. Should we be focusing more attention on this emerging area?

Techniques & Tools

Remembering Lloyd Snyder

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Friends and colleagues celebrate the life and work of a chromatography giant.

Techniques & Tools

Think Twice

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(Re)developing twin column “recycling” chromatography to separate and identify trace impurities

Techniques & Tools

Those Who Can, Teach: Pharma Stars

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How a new post-graduate bioanalytical course will produce the pharmaceutical scientists of the future

Fields & Applications

The Sweet Smell of Success

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We Sit Down with Jean-François Focant, Professor, Chemistry Department, University of Liège, Belgium..

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