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Welcome to the TAS November issue! In Upfront, Cassini takes a deep dive through Saturn’s rings, GC uncovers an Egyptian embalming “recipe”, and we find out how brown bears help with antibiotic analysis. In our features: Mary Wirth asks how analytical science can support epigenetic exploration, and Lloyd Snyder is fondly remembered by friends and colleagues. We also discover more about “recycling” chromatography, ask what impact 3D printing could have on sample prep, and interview GCxGC genius, Jean-François Focant.Click here to download the November issue .
Spectroscopist have expressed their wish to become embedded into The Analytical Scientist. This way spectroscopy topics will be read outside their community; furthermore it will shed light on spectroscopy for other analytical scientists. Anyway, analytical scientists everywhere in the world have to look outside their specialism since to solve an analytical problem if takes more than one technique. So we embedded The Spectroscopist Inside, it will have a frequency of 6 times per year. This month features the SciX Conference, where the program chairs bring their highlights in current developments in spectroscopy.
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