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  • Published: Oct 1, 2012
  • Channels: HPLC / Base Peak
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David BradleyDavid Bradley

David is a chemist by training but sidestepped the laboratory in favour of science writing in 1989. He was winner of The Daily Telegraph Young Science Writers' Award in 1992, a runner up in the CIA Awards for 1995 and received a Commendation in the 1997 Medical Journalism Awards. He has written for numerous publications including New Scientist, Science, The Scientist, BioMedNet, ChemWeb, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and many science magazines and websites. His Reactive Reports web site has been short-listed for the Pirelli multimedia awards in 2001. David was co-author with John Gribbin, Richard Dawkins et al. of A Brief History of Science. His latest book, Deceived Wisdom, was published in November 2012. Visit David's website at sciencebase.com


Steve DownSteve Down

Steve is an experienced chemistry graduate who has worked for 20 years in various aspects of the mass spectrometry literature, including abstracting and editing of published scientific papers, the development of a mass spectrometry literature database, the collection, validation and editing of mass spectrometry data for published collections, marketing of mass spectrometry books, journals and databases. Steve is the co-founder of HD Science Ltd, a publishing company devoted to the mass spectrometry field.


Jon EvansJon Evans

Jon is a science writer, editor and author. Over a 15-year career, he has written for a wide range of print and online publications, including New Scientist, Chemistry World, Nature Medicine and BioFPR. His first book, Understand Science has recently been published by Hodder Education. He is also the founder of JE Science, a company providing communication services to science-based companies and organizations.



Chris StumpfChris Stumpf

Chris is a marketing manager focusing on laboratory informatics at Waters Corporation. He has a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry/Mass Spectrometry and got interested in Informatics due to the scientific "answers" that he thought software could help him find.




Daniel ShileyDaniel Shiley

Dan is an application chemist for ASD's SummitCAL Support Team. Over an 18 year career he has developed near infrared applications in agriculture, biotechnology, mining and other industrial markets. Dan and his wife live near Denver, where he enjoys hiking, skiing and the Rocky Mountain sunshine.

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