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||CleanBZP and New Zealand’s alternative approach to prohibition||For this Drug Testing and Analysis special issue dedicated to New Psychoactive Substances, Journals Editor Paul Trevorrow discusses with Matt Bowden of Stargate, New Zealand, the role of benzylpiperazine (BZP) as a safer alternative to methamphetamine...||11 11 11||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanGrowth hormone: barriers to the implementation of human growth hormone testing in sports||In this episode Journals Editor Paul Trevorrow hosts DTA's Editor in Chief, Professor Mario Thevis and Dr Gary Green, Guest Editor of the forthcoming special issue dedicated to the implications of human growth hormone use and testing in...||17 11 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPittcon 2009 Editors' Choice Awards for Best New Products||In-Xitu won Gold Award for their Terra Field portable x-ray diffractometer, which was developed in co-operation with NASA||16 4 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanA Bright Future for Multivariate Analysis Applications in Surface Science||Multivariate Analysis in Surface Science||9 3 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDiscussions with the 'Father of Green Chemistry' Prof. Paul Anastas - Episode 2. The Handbook of Green Chemistry||In Episode 2 of this series of interviews with the "Father of Green Chemistry" Professor Paul Anastas, Journals Editor Paul Trevorrow and Professor Anastas discuss The Handbook of Green Chemistry.||23 1 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDiscussions with the 'Father of Green Chemistry' Prof. Paul Anastas - Episode 1. Origins and Expansion of Green Chemistry||In Episode 1 of this series of interviews with the 'Father of Green Chemistry' Professor Paul Anastas, Journals Editor Paul Trevorrow and Professor Anastas discuss the origins and expansion of green chemistry.||23 1 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanSurface Science Applications in Forensic Analysis - An interview with Dr. Melanie Bailey||Surface Science in Forensic Analysis||22 1 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanA Viable Test for hGH? An Interview with Professor Holt||Perspectives from the Major League Baseball Summit||19 1 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanTrace Quantitative Analysis by Mass Spectrometry - A Discussion with the Authors||Trace Quantative Analysis in Mass spectrometry||19 1 09||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAn Audio Review of Microscopy at Neuroscience 2007||The Microcopy and Analysis Editor takes a look at the new developments at Neuroscience 2007 that was held last November.||21 1 08||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanThe M&A Podcast - An Audio Review of M&M 2007||The editor of Microscopy and Analysis takes you through an audio review of the recent Microscopy and Microanalysis show.||20 9 07||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanASMS 2007 - A Review||A review of the ASMS 2007 conference that was held in Indianapolis, USA at the start of June.||9 8 07||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanPittcon 2007 - Key Mass Spectrometry Products||David Sparkman talks with several of the key mass spectrometry winners and nominees of the Pittcon 2007 Editors' Choice Awards||25 3 07||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanRecent Advances in Mass Spectrometry - Looking Forward to Pittcon 2007||A discussion between Nick Taylor and David Sparkman on recent exciting developments that have been seen in mass spectrometry||14 2 07||Free||View In iTunes|
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