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December 2019 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

Turtle taxonomy, super-sensitive spectroscopy and diabetes-detecting dummies set the scene for our November issue. The overarching theme: innovation. Accordingly, our cover feature – The Innovation Awards 2019 – celebrates the technological advances that have driven the field forward in 2019. Plus, we investigate how analytical scientists are providing relief from the ongoing data tsunami, Terry Berger calls for greater recognition of industry scientists in our annual Power List, and we sit down with Livia Eberlin to reflect on her journey into the world of clinical MS.

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Articles featured in this issue

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Image of the Month: Sticking Together

| Jonathan James

Co-regulation map demonstrating associations between human proteins of variable cellular origin

Business & Education Education

A Call to Communicate

| Matthew Hallam

Public understanding of chemistry is lacking – but what does this mean for scientists?

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

CERS: a New Tool for Biotech

| Jonathan James

Is cavity-enhanced Raman spectroscopy the future of bioreactor monitoring?

Fields & Applications Clinical

Diabetes Diagnosis with Dummies

| Jonathan James

Measuring biomarkers in saliva using a microfluidic pacifier

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

An Eye on Spice

| Matthew Hallam

Meeting the need for rapid detection of synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists - introducing Chris Pudney and his portable analyzer

Fields & Applications Polymers

Turtle Recall

| Matthew Hallam

Collagen analysis is proving key to taxonomic investigations, and revealing the history of ancient turtles

Business & Education Gas Chromatography

The Principle of the Thing

| Michelle Misselwitz

How do we ensure future generations understand the basics of GC-MS?

Business & Education Professional Development

Industrial Invisibility? A Response to the Power List

| Terry Berger

Celebrating achievements in our community is admirable, but we must work to ensure that key contributors are not forgotten

Business & Education Education

It's All Greek to Me

| Victoria Samanidou

Victoria discusses the somewhat unappreciated role of Greek phrases in the language of chemistry

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards 2019: The Shape of Things to Come

From GC game-changers to spectroscopy shake-ups, we bring you the transformational tech of 2019

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Innovators 2019

Top vendors share their most innovative technologies

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Gurus of Chemometrics

| Lutgarde Buydens, Jonathan James

We grill four champions of chemometrics on the progress – and pitfalls – of this rapidly evolving field

Techniques & Tools Technology

Record Breakers

| Diana Catalina Palacio Lozano, Mark P. Barrow

A new method could hold the key to extracting a greater number of unique chemical compositions from petroleum

Business & Education Professional Development

Leading by Example

Sitting Down With… Livia Eberlin, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, The University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA

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