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Salvatore Fanali

The Power List 2015


Salvatore Fanali

Head of the Capillary Electromigration and Chromatographic Methods Unit at the Institute of Chemical Methodologies, National Research Council (CNR), Monterotondo, Italy.

Most important lesson Be honest in obtaining results (useful in both science and one’s career). It is also very important to have great respect for all.

Funniest moment At a workshop back in 1991, I was delivering a lecture about capillary electrophoresis. Suddenly, there was a power failure (dark room, projector off.) But I continued my talk anyway.

Eye on the horizon The future is promising but with some important limitations (funding is a very big issue and decreasing each year). Although liquid chromatography is not a novel technique, it is very important in the field of separation science. There is room for further research; for example, stationary phase development, fast analysis, method optimization in various fields, miniaturization (also including capillary-LC), and the list goes on.


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