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December 2023 Issue of The Analytical Scientist

Our November/December edition of The Analytical Scientist is all about the Innovation Awards! Find out which analytical advances are set to open doors in 2023 – and beyond. In our In My View section, Kevin Schug and Steve Martin discuss interdisciplinary collaboration, and Janusz Pawliszyn talks sustainability. Moving into the Core Topics, we hear from Rachel Carling on the lessons learnt from Operation Moonshot, Tom Walter at Waters discusses all things HPLC, and six SciX speakers discuss the trends in spectroscopy – from killer applications to emerging technology. And finally, we sit down with Frances S. Ligler.

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Articles featured in this issue

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Explosive Discovery!

| Jessica Allerton | 3 min read

Carbon dioxide exsolution triggers volcanic eruptions from deep Earth

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Imbalance at the Forefront of OCD Treatment

| Jessica Allerton

Correcting cortical glutamate and GABA levels in the frontal lobes could be key to OCD treatment, according to 1H-MRS analysis

Fields & Applications Clinical

Milk Monitor

| Markella Loi | 4 min read

How DNA sequencing of breast milk can replace tissue imaging for early diagnosis of breast cancer in pregnant and lactating women

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

A Molecular U-Turn

| Jessica Allerton

Structural insights of amyloid β bound to glycolipids on the surface of nerve cells could lead to new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Taking the “Lab” to the Plant

| Jessica Allerton

Real-time forensic analysis of cannabis samples with miniaturized NIR spectroscopy

Fields & Applications Environmental

Trends and Challenges in PFAS Analysis

| Sponsored by Agilent, Metrohm and Shimadzu | 7 min read

Our panel of experts share their perspectives on the latest trends and best practices in PFAS analysis, and present a selection of recent applications

Business & Education Professional Development

Connection Breeds Progression

| Kevin Schug | 4 min read

Understanding the value – and potential pitfalls – of interdisciplinary collaboration

Fields & Applications Genomics & DNA Analysis

Image of the Month: An Ancient Agricultural Time Capsule

| Markella Loi | 2 min read

Sequencing of ancient DNA found in a 2,900 year old clay brick reveals secrets about ancient Mesopotamian biodiversity

Business & Education Business

How Can Industry and Academia Work Together More Effectively?

| Steve Martin | 3 min read

To get the most out of a collaboration, partners should align on underlying motivations, desired timelines, and long-term vision

Fields & Applications Environmental

Painting the Lab Green

| Janusz Pawliszyn | 3 min read

Giving analytical chemistry the sustainable spotlight it desperately needs

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards 2023

| 14 min read

Which analytical advances are set to open doors in 2023 – and beyond?

Techniques & Tools Technology

The Innovators 2023

Showcasing the products and companies making a difference in 2023

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Operation Moonshot: Lessons from the Landing

| Jessica Allerton | 4 min read

Lessons learned from Operation Moonshot, which developed a LC-MS/MS-based COVID-19 test – from research to routine clinical use – in just five months

Techniques & Tools Technology

What’s Trending in Spectroscopy?

| 5 min read

Which key trend, emerging technology, or killer application is set to most transform spectroscopy over the next 5–10 years?

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