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Techniques & Tools


Techniques & Tools

Strokes of Genius

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From game-changing GC to simpler sampling to a rise in automated analytical technology, the 2018 TASIAs paint a vibrant picture of the future.

Techniques & Tools

From Imaging to Integration

| Joanna Cummings |

Business in brief: What’s going on in analytical science?

Techniques & Tools

Those Who Can, Teach: Pharma Stars

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How a new post-graduate bioanalytical course will produce the pharmaceutical scientists of the future

Techniques & Tools

Think Twice

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(Re)developing twin column “recycling” chromatography to separate and identify trace impurities

Techniques & Tools

Remembering Lloyd Snyder

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Friends and colleagues celebrate the life and work of a chromatography giant.

Techniques & Tools

Digital Sample Prep

| Victoria Samanidou |

We need to embrace the transformative potential of 3D printing

Techniques & Tools

Ring the Changes

| Joanna Cummings |

NASA’s pioneering Cassini spacecraft captures Saturn’s atmospheric composition

Techniques & Tools

Industrial Revelations: Theo Jelink, AkzoNobel Chemicals

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One chromatographer’s experience of innovation and knowledge transfer in the field of specialty chemicals

Techniques & Tools

Don’t Have Your Fake or Eat It

| Joanna Cummings |

Detecting fake pharma with a simple color-changing paper test

Techniques & Tools

Photos in Focus

| Joanna Cummings |

Using synchrotron spectroscopy to work out the chemistry behind 200-year-old photographs


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