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Accelerator mass spectrometry is helping researchers understand the true nature of organic materials.
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Tony Edge gives us an overview of his illustrious career and shares his thoughts on the future of LC-MS/MS
Joseph Loo is next in our series featuring speakers from three key events – HPLC, ASMS, and SciX – reflecting on the impact of COVID-19.
Frank L. Dorman remains excited (and concerned) about the health impacts of environmental pollution – after more than three decades working with GC-MS
Richard van Breemen tells us about his latest research showing that CBD-A and CBG-A are effective cell entry inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2
Honing in on the topics at the core of The Analytical scientist – and revealing some exciting plans ahead…
What does analysis of the last three years of literature tell us about MS-based research during the pandemic?
Application chemist Kirk Jensen tells us how LPGC combined with short collision cell technology helped him measure 244 pesticides in 11 minutes
Albert Heck delivers the Wallace H. Coulter Lecture at Pittcon
The latest in the world of MS, from the origins of silk to improved SARS-CoV-2 detection…
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