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Mass Spectrometry

Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

Citizen Science and Food Safety

| Michel Nielen

Public food safety testing is in our sights – but we must prepare accordingly to ensure that faith in experts persists

Fields & Applications Environmental

Lotion in the Ocean

| Jonathan James

The presence of sunscreen compounds in seawater is unlikely to be good for marine ecosystems – but just how bad is the problem?

Business & Education Mass Spectrometry

Leading the Charge

Sitting Down With… Carol Robinson, Professor of Chemistry, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Stories of the Dead

| Matthew Hallam, Lana Brockbals, Pier Paolo Petrone, Cristina Barrocas Dias

How analytical chemistry refines life after death.

Business & Education Professional Development

Today's Menu: Sound Science

| Michel Nielen, Hans-Gerd Janssen, Chris Elliott

To ready you for RAFA 2019, we find out what’s hot in food analysis with Michel Nielen, Hans-Gerd Janssen and Chris Elliott.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

iQ Test

| Sponsored by Agilent Technologies

The Agilent LC/MSD iQ is here to simplify LC-MS for MS and non-MS specialists alike.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Gurus of IMS-MS

| David Clemmer, Erin Baker, Kevin Giles, Robin H.J. Kemperman

David Clemmer, Erin Baker, and Kevin Giles delve into the past, present, and future of IMS-MS.

Fields & Applications Environmental

The Great Sewage Census

| Rolf Halden

Wastewater analysis not only informs us of human health and habits, but could even help transform our approach to healthcare.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Bronze Age Bartering

| Jonathan James

Trace element and isotope analyses highlight metal trading practices in Bronze Age Scandinavia.

Fields & Applications Clinical

A Golden Ratio for Gut Disorders

| Luke Turner

Could the permeability ratio be used to diagnose and monitor gut disorders less invasively than traditional colonoscopy?

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