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Fields & Applications Forensics

Secrets of the Mary Rose

| Lauren Robertson

X-ray analysis of artefacts recovered from Henry VIII’s favored warship reveals surprising details about armor production and conservation efforts


Enhancing the sensitivity of headspace analysis using large volume preconcentration (LVP) – Trace-level GC–MS analysis of VOCs in foods and beverages

| Contributed by Markes

In this app note, we show an increase in sensitivity for headspace analysis using a sample preparation technique called large volume preconcentration.


Enhancing sensitivity for headspace and headspace-SPME analysis: The benefits of a trap-based approach

| Contributed by Markes

How sorbent-packed focusing traps can be used to enhance sensitivity for headspace and headspace-SPME sampling of trace-level VOCs and SVOCs


Fields & Applications Forensics

Battle of the Bronze Age

| Matthew Hallam

Unraveling encounters on bygone battlefields with fencing (and X-rays)


Techniques & Tools Gas Chromatography

Trust, but Verify!

| Pierre-Hugues Stefanuto

Open method sharing – through online repositories – could finally put an end to niggling issues of method irreproducibility

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: X-Ray Vision

| Lauren Robertson

Using an X-ray-sensitive lanthanide-binding tag (LBT), scientists have demonstrated a new technique for imaging proteins in 3D at nanoscale resolution

Fields & Applications Proteomics

Clues from a Watery Grave

| Lauren Robertson

Bone proteomics could help investigators get to the bottom of drowning deaths

Business & Education Education

Around the World in 70 Analysts

| Matthew Hallam

We're looking for 10 analysts from each continent for the Power List 2020 - who will you nominate?

Analysis of Pesticides in a Cannabis sativa Matrix

| Contributed by Jeol

Cannabis sativa is well-known for its use as a recreational drug due the presence of the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

Business & Education Education

Analytical Chemistry: a Joint Responsibility

| Thomas Letzel

We must educate (and continue educating) talented analysts to make the most of their talent

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