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Introduction Forensic evidence has become central to the criminal justice system for establishing the guilt or innocence of potential suspects, tracing the origins of illegal trade and determining whether or not crimes are related. Such evidence can increase the efficiency of a criminal investigation by narrowing down the search for...
Introduction Analytical instruments serve as invaluable tools in a wide range of scientific disciplines, from clinical research and drug development through to environmental monitoring and food safety. Devoted to the advancement of healthcare and the world we live in, scientists across these fields rely on and routinely use analytical instruments...
Introduction 'Omics' research is the non-targeted and non-biased analysis of a specific biological sample, the findings of which may give rise to hypotheses that can then be tested by further investigations. It incorporates a range of disciplines and sophisticated analytical technologies. Together, they provide a holistic view of the molecules...
Introduction: A multitude of disciplines within the biomedical, chemical, and pharmaceutical fields often rely on mass spectrometry (MS) as a means for identifying compound structure, quantifying metabolites, and measuring molecules in mixtures of varying complexities. This highly sensitive approach for the study of biological systems is also used in drug...

Interviews

An interview with Amanda Hummon PhD, Associate Professor from Ohio State University, discussing how mass spectrometry can be used to analyze the proteome and how this can help with the study of human disease. How is mass spectrometry used to study the proteome? Mass spectrometers are essentially very expensive weighing...
An interview with Daniel Armstrong from The University of Texas at Arlington about the evolution of separation science and its recent and future developments that are helping to advance many applications. Why do you feel it is important to share your experience and your knowledge with the next generation of...
An interview with Livia Eberlin, Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, discussing the development of mass-spectrometry based techniques for cancer diagnosis and improved clinical outcomes. Why is there a need for alternatives to cytological analysis in the field of oncology? Within the context of cancer surgeries, the...
In this interview, Dr. Nancy Allbritton from The Allbritton Lab talks to News-Medical and Life Sciences about the revolutionary technology and techniques for the application of new technologies for oncology and stem cell research. Dr. Nancy Allbritton provides insight into the organ-on-a-chip and the ability it has to monitor and...
In this interview, Professor John Rogers talks to News-Medical Life Sciences about his research and work in developing biocompatible electronics and microfluidic systems with skin-like properties. Biological systems are traditionally mechanically soft however modern electronic and microfluidic technologies are rigid, meaning the layouts are completely different. Eliminating this mismatch will...

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