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Gas Chromatography

Techniques & Tools

Resolution Revolution

| Philip Marriott & Yada Nolvachai

Can GC×GC be considered a super-resolution technique?

Techniques & Tools

Another Man’s Treasure

| Kym Faull

Got an obsolete but working instrument sitting in the basement of your institution? Donate it!

Techniques & Tools

Embracing Analytical Scientists Everywhere

| Karen Esmonde-White

Why SciX is such a special conference – by this year’s Chair.

Techniques & Tools

Trial But No Error

| Kenyon Evans-Nguyen

Despite technological advances, the forensics field remains conservative – for good reason.

Fields & Applications

Image of the Month

| Joanna Cummings

Russian scientists have developed a new flying gas chromatograph.

Techniques & Tools

CFC What Happens

| Joanna Cummings

Levels of ozone-depleting CFCs are on the rise – despite a global ban

Techniques & Tools

Hippo No-No!

| Joanna Cummings

“River horse” waste spells death by defecation for Kenyan fish

Techniques & Tools

An Accidental Scientist

We Sit Down With Monika Dittmann, Principal Scientist, R&D Agilent Technologies, Germany.

Business & Education

Those Who Can, Teach: Christopher Harrison

In a new series, we ask analytical scientists about what is arguably their greatest legacy – enlightening the next generation.

Techniques & Tools

Data With Destiny

| Joanna Cummings

A chromatography consortium has been awarded four million euros as part of the Belgian government’s Excellence in Science program.

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