The Analytical Scientist Power List returns to celebrate the successes of the field’s leading lights!
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Joerg Koehler explains how Bruker is working with Bavarian police to develop new spectroscopy-based tools for forensic narcotics analysis
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How imaging spectrometry could enable planetary-level, close-to-real-time biodiversity monitoring
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The most exciting development in spectroscopy today? For Jean-Francois Masson, it’s point-of-need devices and the field of optophysiology.
The potential of NMR for risk assessment and long-term monitoring of long COVID-19
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Our microplastics problem is snowballing and we need standardized analytical techniques to dissect the issue
An innovative eye scanner, a novel water analysis technique, and the joining of Raman spectroscopy with principal component analysis…
Is electronic circular dichroism-circularly polarized Raman the way forward for chirality detection?
What is the single-most exciting development in spectroscopy today? For Karen Esmonde-White and Rob Lascola, it’s spatially offset Raman.
Irina Bezsonova’s collection of ink drawings celebrates fifty years of the Protein Data Bank
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