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Analytical science

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

NoBody’s Fool

| Joanna Cummings

Advanced mass spectrometry uncovers a tiny protein with important implications

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

One Small Sequence, One Giant Leap

| William Aryitey

Houston, we have a sequence! NASA takes gene sequencing into space aboard the ISS

Disease Area Analytical science

Smoke and Mirrors – and Red Tape

| Charlotte Barker

Marijuana is legal in many US states, but restrictions limit medical research and testing

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

Thinking Big

| Jenny Van Eyk

Jennifer Van Eyk shares her vision for our clinical proteomic future

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

Analyzing Humanity

| Joanna Cummings

As the judges deliberate over this year's winner, we speak with three of the top-placed entrants from the 2015 Humanity in Science Award.

Research Field Analytical science

Fragment Screening at (Almost) the Speed of Light

| Frank von Delft

The XChem facility offers drug discovery scientists streamlined, highly sensitive fragment screening, by harnessing the power of synchrotron light.

Research Field Analytical science

The Shape of Proteins to Come

| Charlotte Barker

A new technique allows scientists to see conformational changes caused by ligand binding in real time, opening up new screening options for drug discovery.

Tools & Techniques Genetics

Catching the Thermodynamic Express

| David Zhang

A new method could dramatically speed up analysis of nucleic acid thermal behavior

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