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Capillary Electrophoresis

Techniques & Tools

Toward Better Biotherapeutics

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The evolution of UHPLC, and how to streamline separations for complex biotherapeutics

Techniques & Tools

Your Efficiency Challenge – Part II

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Here, we present select results from the “Efficiency Challenge” survey ¬ and consult our efficiency experts

Techniques & Tools

Cheap as Chips

| Joanna Cummings |

Introducing the first ever working 3D-printed capillary gel electrophoresis chip

Fields & Applications

Taking CE in Hand

| Joanna Cummings |

More miniaturization of analytical tech with a hand-held capillary electrophoresis device

Techniques & Tools

Good Vibrations

| Michael Schubert |

Microelectromechanical resonators could help detect biomarkers in small sample volumes

Techniques & Tools

The Magnificent Tens

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The Power List 2017: the 10 Top 10 scientists in separations, mass spec, pharma and more…

Fields & Applications

Necessity is the Mother of Invention

| Vadim Davankov |

In Cold War-era Russia, one could be successful…if one was innovative

Techniques & Tools

Upward Mobility

| Richard D. Smith |

Richard D. Smith’s new approach to IMS-MS is making waves. We caught up with him after ISCC

Techniques & Tools

Battling the Backlog

| Sarah Lum and Charlie Clark |

Meet the scientists developing new analytica approaches to help clear the rape kit backlog

Techniques & Tools

A Rare Find

| Joanna Cummings |

Capillary electrophoresis triumphs in tracking down rare earth elements


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