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Carbon Dioxide Levels Pass Troubling Milestone
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Ice Cores Reveal Decline in Atmospheric Oxygen Over Last 800,000 Years
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Ocean Plastic Pollution Worse Than Expected
The Ocean Cleanup concludes first-ever reconnaissance flight over ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’.
3D-Printing in Science: Conference Co-Staged with LABVOLUTION
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Pinpointing Sources of Water Contamination
Lab develops better method of environmental monitoring using the PhyloChip, finds surprising results in Russian River watershed.
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Analytical Methods  is a new monthly peer-reviewed journal, communicating research on the advancement of analytical technologies for wider application by the international scientific community.        

Scope: The Journal welcomes submissions detailing the development of innovative techniques and applications of analytical science, addressing key issues of societal concern. These include developments within the fields of healthcare, pharmaceuticals and biomedical diagnostics, environmental and forensic analysis, heritage science, agricultural science and food products, industrial process development and product validation.   

Articles detailing significant and wide ranging advances and developments in general metrological practices, including sampling and sample handling, analytical standards and calibration techniques, and data handling are also welcomed.   

Readership will be cross-disciplinary and the Journal will appeal to readers across academia and industry, who have an interest in the advancement of measurement science and the breadth of application of analytical methodologies.   

These include, but are not restricted to, analytical and environmental scientists; biochemists and biotechnologists; process and industrial scientists; biomedical and clinical scientists; forensic and heritage scientists; agriculture, food, safety and product technologists; pharmaceutical scientists and toxicologists.   

Article types: Analytical Methods publishes reviews, full research articles, communications and technical notes.

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