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Micro/Nano-scale

Techniques & Tools Sensors

You wear it so well

| Iestyn Armstrong-Smith

A multitude of wearable biosensors for monitoring our personal health and the external environment are on the way, led by technologies to improve performance in sport and all-round fitness. They are easy to use, will cost little and provide useful, real-time information. Stand by for the democratization of analysis.

Fields & Applications Technology

Analytical Tattoo

| Rich Whitworth

Non-invasive lactate monitoring adds function to form for athletes on the edge

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Antimicrobial Abuse

| Richard Stadler

In response to the over-dependence and misuse of antimicrobials in food producing animals, ... analytical testing and surveillance is being stepped up. Here, current best practice and likely directions for monitoring antimicrobials is described.

Fields & Applications Micro/Nano-scale

Excitement on the Smallest Scale

| Steve Carrington

Microrheology is in its early stages, but it has the potential to expand the range and enhance the application ... of rheological characterization. Here’s how.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Meeting Expectations

| Rich Whitworth

This year’s Symposium on MicroScale Bioseparations introduced a new format aimed at optimizing the ... scientific experience. How did it go?

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Future Separations

| Emily Hilder

Hilder and Shellie Predict That the Next Wave of Separation Technology Will Be Portable and Personal ...

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