6. James Jorgenson
The Power List 2019 – Top 20
Professor, University of North Carolina, USA.
Career highlight: The development of CE, with our first publications appearing in 1981.
Eureka moment: When we realized that, in the case of CE, the faster we can migrate sample components, the better resolved they will be – seldom can we do something both faster and with a better outcome!
Nominator comment: “A continual innovator in separation science, with major contributions to nano-LC and UHPLC. His focus on fundamentals has pushed forward the Human Genome Project, forensic DNA analysis and LC-MS proteomics.”