In this issue of The Analytical Scientist we analyze ancient teeth for nicotine, dye our hair with blackcurrants, and discover a nerve gas detector made from LEGO. In the cover feature, research scientists from the Met Museum explain their cutting-edge analysis of the world’s most precious artworks. Experienced editors and scientists Frank Svec, Paul Haddad and Emily Hilder provide publishing tips for scientific publications. We also revisit our teaching series with Cincinnati’s Anna Donnell, and Sit Down With airport security innovator, analytical scientist Michael BreadmoreClick 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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