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Ours is to Question Why……and what, and how. Analytical scientists give their view on the importance, nature and impact of curiosity and its importance in research. They tell us we must nourish - and not kill - it in education. In 'Science in the Court' forensic scientists take a stand and shed their light on 'The Human Factor' in court issues. And TAS interviewed Glenn Jackson, Professor of Forensic & Investigative Science. Click here to download the July issue .
The inaugural issue of The Spectroscopist features:
Guest Editor Ramon Barnes kicks things off with a thoughtful Editorial, outlining the impact of plasma spectroscopy on science, medicine, commerce and more. Then LIBS, in landfill to water on the moon, the decline of science from Kay Niemax, a plea to protect cross border science from Vince Palleschi and support for the first Latin American LIBS symposium from Citlali Sánchez-Aké. Our feature focuses on Plasma Spectroscopy, as supergiants and bright young sparks alike reflect on personal highlights, review crucial milestones, and predict where the field is – or should be – heading.
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