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Business & Education Education

Replicating Failure

| Peter Kissinger

Reproducibility is the cornerstone of strong science... so what happens when irreproducibility becomes the norm?


Fields & Applications Forensics

Experimenting with Psychedelics

| Matthew Hallam

Analysis of shamanic ritual bundle paints a picture of botanical and psychotropic knowledge in ancient South America.


Fields & Applications Forensics

Amber Alert: The Iberian Imitation Game

| Matthew Hallam

Amber was an important status symbol in prehistoric Iberia, but perhaps not a foolproof one.


Optimizing Coffee Taste Using Ground Particle Size Distribution Measurements

| Contributed by Malvern Panalytical

Particle size influences both ease of brewing and the flavour of the finished beverage.


Using particle size analysis to understand the production and perception of chocolate

| Contributed by Malvern Panalytical

Application of laser diffraction particle sizing to understanding the properties of chocolate.


Routine, regulatory analysis of dioxins in food and feed samples

| Contributed by Thermo Fisher

Discover how the latest GC-MS/MS technology delivers routine-grade performance in food and feedstuffs.


Low level quantification of PCDD/Fs in animal feed with GC-MS/MS system

| Contributed by Thermo Fisher

This application note shows that sensitive and robust quantitative analysis of PCDD/Fs, is achievable in a routine environment.


Advanced internal standard techniques for quantification

| Contributed by Thermo Fisher

Illustrating the capabilities of the Thermo Scientific™ Chromeleon™ software in performing and simplifying complex calculation.


Business & Education Professional Development

Expect the Unexpected

| Yong Guo

Scientific careers are inherently unpredictable, but there are a number of steps we can take to be prepared.


Fields & Applications Environmental

Here Comes the Sun

| Matthew Hallam

Characterization of algal light-harvesting protein complexes could help improve solar energy systems.


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