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December 2022 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

Find out which 15 trailblazing technologies made the cut in this year’s Innovation Awards – with a focus on higher reproducibility, sensitivity, efficiency, and speed across the board! This issue, In My View has an education focus, as Mimi den Uijl explores science communication and how it might encourage young people into science, while Gert Desmet and Deirdre Cabooter examine how we can teach students fundamental principles of separation science and how they apply to real-life applications. Elsewhere, this year’s Top 40 Under 40 Power Listers discuss challenges – and future opportunities – in mass spec; and we also catch up with Philip Marriott who takes us on a comprehensive trip down a two-dimensional memory lane… Finally, we sit down with chromatography connoisseur, James Grinias, who discusses mentors, research, and fears for the future of the field.

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Articles featured in this issue

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Four Become One: Simplifying mRNA Analysis

| Jonas Wege, Stephan Seiffert | 6 min read

A collaboration between Tosoh and Axolabs simplifies lipid nanoparticle mRNA vaccine analysis – condensing several techniques into a single method

Business & Education Education

Out with the Old, In with the New

| Mimi den Uijl | 5 min read

How can we change the way we communicate to build public trust, dispel stereotypes, and encourage more young people to choose science?

Business & Education Education

Curious Minds

| Gert Desmet, Deirdre Cabooter | 6 min read

Curiosity drives learning – but how can separation scientists translate this into effective teaching strategies?

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Supporting Chromatography Everywhere – Even Mars

| Sponsored by DataApex | 4 min read

How a combination of serendipity and a spike of post-communist innovation led to the birth of DataApex

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards 2022

| 13 min read

Introducing the best analytical technology, software, and instruments of 2022

Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography

APGC: A Better Future with Nitrogen

| Frank Dorman, Douglas Stevens, Rhys Jones

How atmospheric pressure ionization GC-MS can help solve the increasing difficulties of economically sourcing helium

Fields & Applications Liquid Chromatography

Polymer Analysis: Conquering the Gummy Bear

| Sponsored by Knauer | 3 min read

Christian Dauwe, Head of R&D at AppliChrom GmbH, discusses the challenges of a particularly complex sample in the food…

Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography

My GC×GC Story

| Philip Marriott | 8 min read

Join me on a comprehensive trip down a two-dimensional memory lane – and reflect on the legacy bequeathed by John Phillips

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Defying Uncertainty in Gene Therapy

| Hugo Gagnon

How MS-based technology is allowing researchers to characterize proteins and gene editing off-target effects with greater sensitivity and reliability

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

The Chromatography Connoisseur

| James Strachan | 4 min read

Sitting Down With… James Grinias, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey, USA

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