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The Column-02-03-2014

The Column

Archaeochemical Evidence Uncovers Nordic "Grog"

February 03, 2014

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Scientists in the USA have carried out an investigation into the variety of beverages enjoyed by the Northern Bronze and Iron Age peoples before written records began using a combination of analytical chemical techniques.1

Protecting the Consumer

February 03, 2014

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The Column spoke to Stewart Reynolds, Senior Science Specialist at FERA and Head of the UK National Reference Laboratory for Pesticide Residues, about the challenges that food analysts face and how the standards of food analysis are being boosted to comply with internationally recognized food safety standards and EU regulations.

Glycans Marker for Gastric Cancer

February 03, 2014

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A team of researchers from the University of California Davis (California, USA) in collaboration with scientists in Mexico and South Korea have performed liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC–MS) to find that sugars added to proteins could be an indicator of gastric cancer.

Pittcon 2014 Preview

February 03, 2014

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Pittcon will be held from 2–6 March 2014 in Chicago, USA. Here we take a look at what to expect at the world’s largest annual conference and exposition on laboratory science.

Vol 10 No 2 The Column February 03, 2014 North American PDF

February 03, 2014

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Click the title above to open The Column February 03, 2014 North American issue, Volume 10, Number 2, in an interactive PDF format.

Vol 10 No 2 The Column February 03, 2014 Europe and Asia PDF

February 03, 2014

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Click the title above to open The Column February 03, 2014 Europe & Asia issue, Volume 10, Number 2, in an interactive PDF format.

GC–MS investigates cheese made from human bacteria

January 21, 2014

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Researcher Christina Agapakis from the University of California, Los Angeles, USA, has come up with an unusual way of making cheese by taking bacteria from various parts of the human body and analyzing the odour of each cheese produced using headspace gas chromatography?mass spectrometry (GC?MS).