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Texas Stars

In May, the International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC) and the co-located GC×GC Symposium will be held for a second time in Fort Worth, Texas. We caught up with Sheriff (Chair) Daniel Armstrong for his thoughts on this year’s “Riva in Texas.”

Armstrong promises a strong and varied program, highlighting hot topics in the field: “I love the way that seemingly established, mature research areas come roaring back with new innovative approaches. GC was such an area: 10–15 years ago, GC×GC and new ionic liquid stationary phases moved it back to the forefront of analytical research. Now, it’s GC detectors that are all the rage, with a dedicated session at this year’s event.” Texas Titan Kevin Schug will give one such presentation on May 18 – and you’ll find us “Sitting Down With” him.

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Charlotte Barker

After studying biology at Imperial College London, I got my start in biomedical publishing as a commissioning editor for healthcare journals, and have spent my career covering everything from early-stage research to clinical medicine. I joined Texere Publishing in 2014, attracted by the creativity, talent and passion of the team. As Editor of The Analytical Scientist, I help scientists share their stories in vibrant and engaging content that reflects their passion and hard work.

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