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In the first issue of 2024, a collection of the field’s leading spokespeople consider the persistent perception problem facing analytical chemistry – and debate proposals for a rebrand: measurement science. Our second feature explores the role of the analytical scientist in the “forever” PFAS problem. In My View features Ruedi Aebersold, Pieter Dorrestein and Silvio Vaz Jr – who discuss funding fundamentals, innovation tips, and agrochemical analysis (respectively). In the Core Topics, Patrick Fedick explains why he’s combining 3D printing with mass spectrometry, Davy Guillarme argues ultrashort chromatography columns are fit for pharma, and Juergen Popp discusses clinical spectroscopy’s exciting AI-enabled future. Finally, we sit down with top class educator Thomas J. Wenzel. click here for more