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November 2021 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

It’s The Analytical Scientist 101 – issue 101 that is. First up, a history lesson from Rick Yost, who reveals his top 10 MS innovations of the last five decades in our cover feature; while past students, colleagues, and friends discuss the Harold McNair school of teaching, mentorship, networking, communication, and life. Much of the rest of the issue has an environmental flavor: four experts discuss the key issues around the regulation of chemicals in the environment; Lutgarde Buydens and Jeroen Jansen make the case for bringing together analytical scientists from different disciplines working on the same problems; and we sit down with chemical custodian, Diana S. Aga. Enjoy!

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Articles featured in this issue

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Confessions of the Last French Queen

| Lauren Robertson

XRF spectroscopy reveals the truth behind Marie-Antoinette’s secret correspondence with her Swedish lover

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Breath Analysis with a (Very) Fine Toothed Comb

| James Strachan

Mid-infrared cavity-enhanced direct-frequency comb spectroscopy (CE-DFCS) simultaneously detects and monitors four health biomarkers in breath

Fields & Applications Pharma & Biopharma

Closer to the Boundary

Work in Gwangju has brought medicine one step closer to effective membrane-permeable drugs

Fields & Applications Translational Science

The Cortex-Characterizing Consortium

| James Strachan

The primary motor cortex has up to 116 different types of cells according to single-cell RNA sequencing

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

Writing the Book on Agricultural Analysis

| James Strachan

Silvio Vaz Junior discusses his new book, Analysis of Chemical Residues in Agriculture, and offers advice for those considering life as an author

Business & Education Education

What IS the Point of Analytical Science?

| Lutgarde Buydens

EuroFAST2022 will bring together researchers from different disciplines of analytical science all working on similar societal problems

Fields & Applications COVID-19

The Long (COVID) Shadow

| Timothy Garrett

Could metabolomics provide any insight into the post-COVID conditions? Timothy Garrett wants to find out...

Fields & Applications Pharma & Biopharma

Unspent Media

| Paul Gulde

Biopharmaceutical development is in need of a speed boost. Multi-omics could be the answer.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

The Unstoppable March of Mass Spectrometry

| Rick Yost

Rick Yost reveals his top 10 MS innovations of the last five decades