Margaryta Ianovska, Patty Mulder and Prof. Sabeth Verpoorte made it into the
Celebrating Excellence in Research: 100 Women of Chemistry themed collection of the Royal Society of Chemistry with their paper
Development of small-volume, microfluidic chaotic mixers for future application in two-dimensional liquid chromatography
In this paper they report a microfluidic chaotic mixer that can rapidly modify the mobile-phase interface of a two-dimensional liquid chromatography system, making such a system more suitable for analysis of complex samples. You can directly access the paper here
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Celebrating Excellence in Research: 100 Women of Chemistry is a collection of high quality papers selected from the RSC Publishing portfolio. All papers included have previously been judged to be of outstanding quality by the reviewers, editors, or readers.
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