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e-solutions in bioanalysis

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“I would challenge you to find an article published in Bioanalysis since its inception just a few years ago that did not have a computerized system of some sort as one of the enabling technologies at its core.”

We wouldn’t be where we are today without computers enabling many of the recent advances in society, much less our corner of the scientific world, bioanalysis. I would challenge you to find an article published in Bioanalysis since its inception just a few years ago that did not have a computerized system of some sort as one of the enabling technologies at its core. It seems that almost every conference or meeting on analytical chemistry includes at least one story of someone cutting and weighing chromatographic peaks back in the ‘old days’, but for the most part we have come to accept electronic data acquisition systems as standard. Even the HP Integrators that many of us used early in our careers had a computer chip at their core.

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