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Future Separations

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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About the Author

Emily Hilder

Emily Hilder is Professor and ARC Future Fellow in the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) and School of Chemistry at the University of Tasmania. Her research focuses on the design and application of new polymeric materials, in particular polymer monoliths, in all areas of separation science. She is also interested in the development of miniaturised analytical systems, particularly for applications in clinical diagnostics and remote monitoring. She has over 95 peer-reviewed publications and was recently recognised as the LCGC Emerging Leader in Chromatography (2012). She is also an Editor of the Journal of Separation Science.

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