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Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Optimizing Small Volume of Block Co-Polymers Used for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Read how DLS-based optical microrheology can be used to determine the rheological behavior of polymer solutions and the impact of tracer particle chemistry on the measured microrheological response.

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Driving SERS into the Clinic

| Mustafa Culha

Raman spectroscopy has evolved into a powerful characterization technique for many applications. What more needs to be done to make it effective in clinical analysis?

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Pittcon Prelude / Editor’s Top Fives

| Stephanie Vine

Ahead of New Oleans, we offer a little history, editorial program picks, and invite you to the Humanity in Science Award symposium.

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

When Great Minds Think Alike

| Rich Whitworth

The M908 took the top spot in our 2013 Innovation Awards – “Revolutionary technology; will be an inspiration for new generations,” said the judges. Here, four co-founders of 908 Devices describe the perfect storm that led to the creation of the world’s first handheld mass spectrometer.

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Cutting ACROSS Separation Science

| Paul Haddad

I’ve been running analytical chemistry research groups with military precision for decades. Over that time, I’ve had the good fortune to work with the brightest minds in the field on the most rewarding and exciting projects.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

The (American) Irish Dream

| Apryll Stalcup

Sitting Down With… Apryll Stalcup, Director of the Irish Separation Science Cluster, Dublin City University, Ireland.

Fields & Applications Micro/Nano-scale

Biomimetic Micropump

| Stephanie Vine

Could a new acoustic micropump inspired by the legs of swimmers open doors for microfluidics?

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale


Micrograph of ionic liquid microarrays fabricated on a gold surface.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Touching People’s Lives

Four aqueous droplets are pipetted on hydrophobic parts (blue) of a hydrophilic and fibrous paper.

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Opening Up Environmental Analysis

| David Cate, John Volckens, Chuck Henry

How microfluidic paper analytical devices will make testing for the presence of toxic chemicals in air or water as simple, ubiquitous and inexpensive as measuring the temperature.

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