Recent Developments in Analytical Science - Conclusion & References

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  • Published: Jul 18, 2016
  • Channels: Proteomics & Genomics / Gas Chromatography / Ion Chromatography / HPLC / Electrophoresis / Raman / Infrared Spectroscopy / X-ray Spectrometry / Base Peak / NMR Knowledge Base / Atomic / MRI Spectroscopy / Proteomics


This brief the state-of-the-art review illustrates the continuing good health of the analytical science industry. The outlook remains encouraging as the growth of new developments and innovative techniques shows no signs of abating, driven by both the research sector and industry. It promises an exciting future for practitioners over the next 20-30 years.


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