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Innovation in Measurement Science – Virtual Event | June 22-25, 2021

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Application Note: BRUKER FM: Far and Mid IR Spectral Range Spectroscopy in One Step:  The measurement spectral ranges of FTIR spectrometers are defined by their major optical components which are the source, beamsplitter and detector. For modern research FTIR spectrometers software controlled switching of the sources and detectors is available as standard functionality. The bottleneck was the need of an automated beamsplitter changer. Read More

ACS on Campus: Top 10 Tips for Promoting and Advocating for Your Career – Once you’ve landed your first job, how do you make sure your contributions are noticed and advance in your career? Read More

The State of Analytical Data Management: C&EN BrandLab’s recent survey found that digital laboratory data systems are hampered by siloed information, incompatible formats, and limited accessibility. Download the special report and learn how professionals manage and utilize lab data and the need for more versatile systems with universal standards. Read More

2022 Call for Nominations: Advances in Measurement Science Lectureship Award: ACS Journals central to Measurement Science and the Division of Analytical Chemistry are seeking nominations for the 2022 Advances in Measurement Science Lectureship Award. The award honors the contributions of one individual from each of three major geographic regions—the Americas, Europe/the Middle East/Africa (EMEA), and Asia-Pacific—who has made a major recent impact in the field of measurement science. Nominate an outstanding individual by September 1, 2021. Read More