Unlocking the Sample Prep Black Box
It’s time to get vocal and excited about the “simplest” analytical step – especially as we have so much to learn.
Academic researchers working on sample preparation are not communication champions, apparently. Research in the area has been outstandingly successful, but still fails to excite outsiders. Regarded more as if it has reached a plateau where there is a lack of fundamental challenges, many believe that the focus can only be on the novel application of what is already known. Clearly, the discipline has not been effective enough at projecting its advances and has acquired the image of a slow-paced discipline in a ‘big bang’ era of analytical instrumentation.
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