Emily Hilder and Robert Shellie Predict That the Next Wave of Separation Technology Will Be Portable and Personal
Emily Hilder |
Separation science is an enabling science, the fundamental physical processes of which were identified over a century ago (see "Past Separations"). Progress in the field is driven by the demands of biological, pharmaceutical, environmental and forensic scientists, and is realized by developments in technology. Materials science, electronics and engineering are each contributing to the technology truly becoming smaller, faster and smarter.
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