Hydrogen is considered by many to be the best carrier gas for gas chromatography and, in some of the more critical applications, it is already recognised as the carrier gas of choice. But what is driving this demand for ultra-high purity hydrogen and why is it proving so popular?
Efficient, scalable and with few by-products – could microwave assisted synthesis become a ‘green’ success story? Professor Anant Paradkar thinks so. Here he tells us why
Michael Norris discusses the challenges which biomedical SMEs face and how putting the right management structure in place can help take a product or service to market