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Our Special Series, “Advanced Clinical Analytics,” continues in March, as four leading experts discuss their work developing MS approaches to protect newborn babies, enhance cystic fibrosis diagnosis, and much more. We also journey to the Scottish Highlands to dig into the composition of peatland, discuss the characterization of so-called “forever chemicals” with Stefan van Leeuwen, and shine a light on diversity issues in STEM subjects. Plus, Agilent CEO Mike McMullen talks us through life as the leader of a tech titan, and The Spectroscopist Inside returns to put ICP-MS on a pedestal. . Click here to download the complete issue . This March issue was printed just before the corona outbreak. The next issue (April) of The Analytical Scientist will focus on the Corona virus, some articles will be online earlier. Stay tuned.
New simulation tool for GC
Restek provides a web program, called “ProEZGC”, that allows anyone to simulate separations and change all the GC parameters on-line and experience how separations are impacted. This article describes this program, a free tool that anyone can use, based on calculating retention times based on real measurements. Jaap de Zeeuw explains.
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