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Find out which 15 trailblazing technologies made the cut in this year’s Innovation Awards – with a focus on higher reproducibility, sensitivity, efficiency, and speed across the board! This issue, In My View has an education focus, as Mimi den Uijl explores science communication and how it might encourage young people into science, while Gert Desmet and Deirdre Cabooter examine how we can teach students fundamental principles of separation science and how they apply to real-life applications. Elsewhere, this year’s Top 40 Under 40 Power Listers discuss challenges – and future opportunities – in mass spec; and we also catch up with Philip Marriott who takes us on a comprehensive trip down a two-dimensional memory lane… Finally, we sit down with chromatography connoisseur, James Grinias, who discusses mentors, research, and fears for the future of the field.