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Business & Education Education

Ian Wilson: Meet the Editorial Advisory Board

Ian Wilson shares his motivations, woes and milestones as part of our Meet the Editorial Advisory Board feature

Techniques & Tools COVID-19

3D Imaging of the SARS-CoV-2 Replication Cycle

Subcellular changes within cells infected with SARS-CoV-2 provide insight into the virus’ replication cycle

Business & Education Technology

Full Steam Ahead!

| Matt Hallam

Celebrating analytical commitment in a turbulent 2020

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Ancient Amphora Analysis

| Lauren Robertson

A multi-analytical approach sheds light on Roman ceramic fragments

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Timeline: Lunar Water

| Lauren Robertson

We delve into the milestones behind the discovery of water on the Moon

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Water on Sunlit Moon

| Lauren Robertson

A unique spectral signature confirms the presence of water in sunlit zones – a boon for deep space exploration

Fields & Applications COVID-19

Take My Breath Assay

| Matt Hallam

Could point-of-care breath tests tighten our grasp on the pandemic?

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Image of the Month: Perplexing Platypus

| Lauren Robertson

Thought the platypus was weird already? Now it appears they glow under UV light too…

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Breaking Records in Gas Detection

| Matt Hallam

A new spectroscopy approach to trace gaseous impurity detection promises unparalleled sensitivity

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

Frontline Food Quality

| Lauren Robertson

Evaluating the feasibility of NIR spectroscopy for in situ analysis

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