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Data Analysis

Fields & Applications Data Analysis

Translational Proteomics: Solving the Reproducibility Riddle

| David Chiang

Data analysis in proteomics is not fit for purpose – but here’s how we can get on track

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

One App to Rule Them All

| Geoff Turnbull

Is SAP the only enterprise software you need? Geoff Turnbull looks to Lord of the Rings for the answer

Techniques & Tools Chemical

Light at the Museum

| Louise Smieska and Ruth Mullet

SR-XRF and diffraction have uncovered unexpected trace elements in ancient manuscript fragments

Techniques & Tools Pharma & Biopharma

From Research to Routine

| Moosung Kim

How mass data is marching from R&D into more routine use: the search for genotoxic impurities

Techniques & Tools Pharma & Biopharma

The Science of Sugar: Lessons Learned with Pauline Rudd

| Pauline Rudd

Pauline Rudd reflects on her passion for glycans and the role of glycobiology in biosimilar development

Techniques & Tools Chemical

Chemometrics United

| Neal Gallagher

When it comes to chemometric regression, combine ILS and CLS for a powerful synergistic approach.

Techniques & Tools Pharma & Biopharma

Care to Repeat That?

| Ira S Krull

Scientific papers demonstrate questionable reproducibility. What can analytical scientists do about it?

Techniques & Tools Metabolomics & Lipidomics

Bring Out Your Data

| Biswapraya Misra

A call for community standards and the archiving of exposomics datasets.

Business & Education Sample Preparation

Time to spec up? Replace a viscometer with a rheometer

| Sponsored by Malvern Panalytical

Is your viscometer approaching the end of its life? Are you starting to feel that your trial and error, ‘rheology-light’ approach to formulation is becoming dated? Or are there longstanding product performance issues that you’re failing to gain traction with, where you suspect rheology may hold the answer?

Business & Education Sample Preparation

Protein measurements with the Zetasizer µV

| Sponsored by Malvern Panalytical

This application note describes a selection of measurements made on a GE AKTA basic system.

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