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November 2019 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

Fingerprint detection, radiocarbon emissions and heart disease biomarkers – our November issue spans all wavelengths of the analytical spectrum. In our cover feature, Dirk Schulze-Makuch and Sam Kounaves take us on an out-of-this-world tour of the cosmos to help answer one of life’s great questions: “are we alone?” Plus, we speak with the man whose rap about chromatographic column insulation wowed at the HPLC Separation Science Slam, Matt Baker discusses spectroscopic brain cancer diagnosis, and Janusz Pawliszyn reflects on an enriching career.

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Articles featured in this issue

Fields & Applications Forensics

Image of the Month: Elementary, My Dear Watson

| Jonathan James

Large area synchrotron source XFM scan of a natural fingermark showing distribution of Zn (red), Fe (green) and Ti (blue)

Fields & Applications Environmental

Crowdsourcing Toxicology: The Sequel

| Charlotte Barker

When markets move faster than regulation, consumers face the risks

Fields & Applications Environmental

Emission Impossible

| Jonathan James

A novel spectroscopic approach could take radiocarbon emission monitoring out of the lab and into the field

Fields & Applications Clinical

Getting to the Heart of the Proteforms

| Jonathan James

How do we overcome the challenge of characterizing cardiac proteoforms?

Fields & Applications Forensics

Leaving your Mark

| Jonathan James

There’s much more to fingermarks than meets the dye

Fields & Applications Forensics

What's in the Bag?

| Jonathan James

An MS-based approach could let police ID illicit drugs without opening suspect packages

Business & Education Education

Repeat After Me...

| Heather Bean

How committed are we to reproducibility in science?

Fields & Applications Clinical

Diagnostics Everywhere

| Kimia Sobhani, Jennifer Van Eyk

Remote self-sampling may improve diagnosis and prognosis while reducing costs, but numerous factors must be considered for appropriate implementation

Business & Education Professional Development

Casting Your Net(work) Wide

| Christina Jayne Vanhinsbergh

What’s the point of expanding your analytical network? Where do I begin…

Business & Education Business

Aiming for Peak Uptime

| Sponsored by Peak Scientific

Ken Lewis, founder and CEO of OpAns, tells us how on-site gas generation is helping to minimize downtime and keep vital testing on track

Fields & Applications Environmental

Analyzing Life, the Universe, and Everything

| Jonathan James, Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Sam Kounaves

Planetary science is redefining our understanding of life on Earth – and beyond

Fields & Applications Environmental

Cleaning Up Our Act!

| Jonathan James

The future of our planet hangs in the balance – what role will analytical chemistry play in the green revolution?

Business & Education Education

Separation Science – Slammed!

| Rich Whitworth

Celebrating the success of three up-and-coming analytical chemists with a unique approach to presentation

Fields & Applications Clinical

The Infrared Invasion in Our Hospitals

| Matthew Baker

Matt Baker discusses the rise of clinical spectroscopy and its role in the fight against brain cancer

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Double or Nothing

| Jonathan James

A dual-system approach could deliver more detailed spectroscopic imaging of chemical and biological samples

Fields & Applications Clinical

Raman in the Clinic

| Jonathan James

Ananya Barui discusses the potential – and pitfalls – of Raman spectroscopy in the clinic

Business & Education Professional Development

An Enriching Career

Sitting Down With… Janusz Pawliszyn, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

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