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December 2020 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

It’s our December issue, and that can only mean one thing: the Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards are here! Find out which analytical technologies and solutions are most likely to make waves in our cover feature. Also on offer: Victoria Samanidou asks whether e-learning and e-communication are good substitutes for their physical counterparts, and Ewoud van Tricht gives us an insight into adenovirus vaccine development at Janssen. Plus, we sit down with Andrew Whitley, VP of Sales and Business Development at HORIBA Scientific.

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Articles featured in this issue

Business & Education Technology

Full Steam Ahead!

| Matt Hallam

Celebrating analytical commitment in a turbulent 2020

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Water on Sunlit Moon

| Lauren Robertson

A unique spectral signature confirms the presence of water in sunlit zones – a boon for deep space exploration

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Timeline: Lunar Water

| Lauren Robertson

We delve into the milestones behind the discovery of water on the Moon

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Breaking Records in Gas Detection

| Matt Hallam

A new spectroscopy approach to trace gaseous impurity detection promises unparalleled sensitivity

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Ancient Amphora Analysis

| Lauren Robertson

A multi-analytical approach sheds light on Roman ceramic fragments

Fields & Applications Clinical

Finding Osteoarthritis’ Missing Link with Mass Spectrometry

| Olivia Gaskill

Mass spectrometry may help identify reliable biomarkers for osteoarthritis

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: Perplexing Platypus

| Lauren Robertson

Thought the platypus was weird already? Now it appears they glow under UV light too…

Fields & Applications COVID-19

Take My Breath Assay

| Matt Hallam

Could point-of-care breath tests tighten our grasp on the pandemic?

Business & Education Education

Digital Overdose: The New Academic Reality

| Victoria Samanidou

Can electronic tools fill the void left behind by physical meetings in the age of COVID-19?

Business & Education Education

The Mother of All Introductory Sampling Textbooks?

| Kim H. Esbensen

Kim Esbensen discusses the importance of representative sampling

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Innovation Awards 2020: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

| Matt Hallam

Which analytical breakthroughs are leading the pack in 2020?

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Innovators 2020

Showcasing the products and companies making a difference in 2020

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

What's in the Box?

| Jeffrey Williams

The story of Exum Instruments' Massbox, from inception to development and beyond

Fields & Applications COVID-19

Better Methods for Better Vaccines

| Ewoud van Tricht

Ewoud van Tricht explores three novel methods that could streamline the development of adenovirus vaccines for COVID-19 at Janssen

Business & Education Spectroscopy

Venture Vanguard

Sitting Down With… Andrew Whitley, Vice President of Sales and Business Development at HORIBA Scientific

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