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Micro/Nano-scale

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Going Native with Microfluidics

| Andrew Lynn

Andrew Lynn, CEO of Fluidic Analytics, shares his expertise on the use of microfluidics to study protein interactions.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Model Body Building

| Sabeth Verporte, Maarten Honing, Jaap den Toonder, Edmond Young

A triumph of biomedical engineering, organ-on-a-chip technology has given researchers an exciting new tool to explore biology.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Confronting Challenges – Big and Small

| Christy Haynes

Christy Haynes talks about challenges in nanoparticles.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Good Vibrations

| Michael Schubert

Microelectromechanical resonators could help detect biomarkers in small sample volumes

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

The Magnificent Tens

The Power List 2017: the 10 Top 10 scientists in separations, mass spec, pharma and more…

Techniques & Tools Capillary Electrophoresis

Battling the Backlog

| Sarah Lum and Charlie Clark

Meet the scientists developing new analytica approaches to help clear the rape kit backlog

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Upping the (Analytical) Ante

| Vincent Remcho and Patricia Valian Reser

Vincent Remcho shares personal highlights of "Riva in Texas" – and his new consumables concept

Techniques & Tools Technology

Future Separations: Redux

| Rich Whitworth

Has separation technology really become “smaller, faster, smarter” ?

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

MSB: Small Scale, Big Impact

| Rawi Ramautar, Govert Somsen

MSB 2017 highlights cutting-edge research at the frontier of microscale separation science

Business & Education Sample Preparation

Sizing Dairy Emulsions for Optimal Performance

| Sponsored by Malvern Panalytical

Laser diffraction and dynamic light scattering enable the identification of an optimal particle size distribution for dairy emulsions to support the cost-effective manufacture of high quality products.

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