Here, we celebrate analytical science’s rising stars, who will, hopefully, provide the answers to the 21st century’s biggest questions.
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Can games be used to predict human behavior – such as unethical decision making in a pharmaceutical production environment?
Maintaining standards in citation ethics is a responsibility that lies with each of us
Now’s the time to realize the many advantages of mass spectrometry imaging in clinical research
Lisa Jones: we need to get more diverse people into STEM, help them stay there, and ensure their hard work is fairly rewarded at the top
To speed up identification of toxic compounds in environmental samples, laboratories should turn to simple, consolidated next-gen GC-MS methods
Could metabolomics provide any insight into the post-COVID conditions? Timothy Garrett wants to find out...
What's the biggest issue facing analytical science in 2021 – and beyond? This year's Power Listers share their thoughts...
Biopharmaceutical development is in need of a speed boost. Multi-omics could be the answer.
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