International Environmental Technology
Welcome to the January/February edition of International Environmental Technology. In this issue we have an exciting array of new articles covering a wide range of interesting topics.
Gas Analysis goes intergalactic with a look at how FT-IR technology can be used to help along a giant leap for mankind with a fascinating insight into NASA’s research into the hazards of a manned mission to Mars. Back down to Earth, we also spotlight technology for detecting leaks at biogas facilities
For our lab based readers we have an application article on SPE technology for monitoring herbicides in drinking water, prior to LC/MS analysis. A further application article highlights a new system to simplify sample preparation for Dioxin analysis.
If we have any budding authors out there, who would like to publish an application article, an overview on a specific aspect of environmental monitoring or even a discussion on legislation affecting the environmental monitoring and analysis sector please contact us.
We will be distributing copies of this publication at Pittcon in New Orleans, Arab Lab in Dubai and Forum Labo in Paris, please feel free to visit our stand at these exhibitions. We will also be attending Wasser Berlin and Analyse Industrielle, in Paris La Défence, so we have a packed schedule and hope to meet many of our readers, advertisers and friends in the industry at these exciting events.
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