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In our cover feature this month, Jaap de Zeeuw, Hans-Gerd Janssen and Steve Lehotay recount the (long and winding) road to low-pressure GC, and discuss where they think it might be heading next. Also in the issue: Michel Nielen tells us how (and why) citizen science is the next logical step in the democratization of analytical chemistry, committee members of the EuChemS-DAC Sample Preparation Study Group and Network share their thoughts on key sample prep issues, and we hear about the importance of diverse patient groups in Alzheimer’s studies from Renã Robinson. Some articles will be online earlier. Stay tuned.