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In the october cover feature, we speak with the leading scientists behind several missions exploring the possibility of life on moons within our solar system – with analytical science and mass spec in particular paving the way. In My View features Victoria Samanidou, who discusses the crucial role of sample preparation, and Gary Grecsek, who explores what the future holds for the analytical lab of 2050 – focusing on data management. Moving into the Core Topics, we hear from Adam Hollerbach and his team’s exploration into the deep sea of unknown compounds, Richard van Breemen discusses the third false dusk of mass spec, Apryll Stalcup considers the past, and James Grinias explains how we can reduce liquid chromatography’s impact on the environment. And finally, we Sit Down With Koen Sandra. click here for more