Welcome to our annual celebration of the world’s most influential analytical scientists!
Assistant professor Benjamin Balluff develops innovative bioinformatics approaches that allow M4I researchers to master their data.
Data analysis in proteomics is not fit for purpose – but here’s how we can get on track
Is SAP the only enterprise software you need? Geoff Turnbull looks to Lord of the Rings for the answer
Louise Smieska and Ruth Mullet
SR-XRF and diffraction have uncovered unexpected trace elements in ancient manuscript fragments
How mass data is marching from R&D into more routine use: the search for genotoxic impurities
Pauline Rudd reflects on her passion for glycans and the role of glycobiology in biosimilar development
When it comes to chemometric regression, combine ILS and CLS for a powerful synergistic approach.
Ira S Krull
Scientific papers demonstrate questionable reproducibility. What can analytical scientists do about it?
A call for community standards and the archiving of exposomics datasets.
by Malvern Panalytical
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Racial Inequalities in UK Chemical Sciences
An Outsider's Perspective
Seeing Through the Sham With AMS