The TAS December issue announces the winners of this year’s Innovation Awards, showcasing the technologies painting a bright picture of the future. We find out why forensics labs may need to clean up their act, and discover a new biomarker sensing technology in our Quick Reads. In our viewpoint pieces, our contributors play with “analytical LEGO” and ask what more could be done to boost diversity at scientific conferences. We also explore the idea of simulating gas chromatography on your laptop, and Sit Down With separation specialist and ISC Chair, Valérie Pichon. Click here to download the complete 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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