Welcome to our annual celebration of the world’s most influential analytical scientists!
What’s on the horizon for chromatography? Frank L. Dorman expects changes to physical column formats – for both GC and LC
Pandemic perseverance, conference cancellations, 2DLC, and lipidomics – and HPLC2022
Oliver J. Schmitz
Munich, with its alpine vista and world-famous beer halls is always worth a visit – especially, if you’re interested in chromatography
The first COVID-19 breathalyzer, analyzing that “new car” smell, and something(s) fishy…
We catch with the analytical scientists featured on The Power List 2018 – top 40 under 40 – unveiling career progression and exciting research.
The pandemic had Gert Desmet missing long-haul economy flights… But he did find the time to work on his ideas in the theory of chromatography.
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Adam Woolley considers what we’ve missed due to COVID-19 and where we go from here
Application chemist Kirk Jensen tells us how LPGC combined with short collision cell technology helped him measure 244 pesticides in 11 minutes
With many of our lives returning to normal, Christy Landes considers what we’ve missed due to COVID-19 and where we go from here
Introducing a novel anion exchange membrane chromatography method that could separate empty and full AAV capsids at scale
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Racial Inequalities in UK Chemical Sciences
An Outsider's Perspective
Seeing Through the Sham With AMS