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Business & Education Professional Development

There's Something About RamanFest

| Wei Huang

RamanFest is a valuable platform for researchers, but what makes the event – and the technique – so special?

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

At One with the Elements

| Matthew Hallam

Laser spectroscopy shines a light on the ionization potential of promethium.

Fields & Applications Clinical

IEM Identification

| Jonathan James

Combining metabolomics and DNA sequencing could be the key to discovering new inborn errors of metabolism in children.

Business & Education Education

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

| Matthew Hallam

August's editorial explored the landscape for LGBT+ scientists... What does the latest data say about the issue?

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

The Father of Foodomics

Sitting Down With… Alejandro Cifuentes, Laboratory of Foodomics, Institute of Food Science Research, Spanish National Research Council, Madrid, Spain.

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

An Opioid Observatory

| Matthew Hallam

In the Arizona city of Tempe, researchers are tracking drug use in real-time.

Fields & Applications Environmental

The Great Sewage Census

| Rolf Halden

Wastewater analysis not only informs us of human health and habits, but could even help transform our approach to healthcare.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Bronze Age Bartering

| Jonathan James

Trace element and isotope analyses highlight metal trading practices in Bronze Age Scandinavia.

Fields & Applications Clinical

A Golden Ratio for Gut Disorders

| Luke Turner

Could the permeability ratio be used to diagnose and monitor gut disorders less invasively than traditional colonoscopy?

Fields & Applications Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Making Sense of Metabolite Mixtures

| Justin J.J van der Hooft

Substructure analysis provides a means to decipher complex metabolic samples.

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