Press Cuttings 2015

 

Materials Testing
Band 57, issue 11-12 (November 2015) 
High-precision deformation and damage development assessment of composite materials by high-speed camera, high-frequency impulse and digital image correlation techniques
Sebastian Myslicki, Markus Ortlieb, Gerrit Frieling and Prof. Dr. Frank Walther
The Analytical Scientist 
September 2015 
#32 
Legalized cannabis is an exploding market that offers exciting opportunities – and challenges – for analytical scientists. Here, we offer an overview of the fast-emerging field of cannabinomics and the analytical methods being employed.
Scott Kuzdzal and William Lipps, pages 24-31
Aerospace Manufacturing, September 2015
Ed Hill  speaks to two leading practitioners involved in testing
the latest material advances used in aerospace.

Separation 02/2015

The Rise of Cannabinomics
U.S. Medical Marijuana Empowers A Cannabis Laboratory Revolution
Scott Kuzdzal, Ph.D., William Lipps, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, USA
LCGC
Mar 01, 2015
By Mikaël Levi, Stéphane Moreau, Dr. Gesa J. Schad
Taylor & Francis Newsroom 2/2015 Black polymeric food-contact material
"Multi-elemental analysis of relevant elements and macromolecular contaminants in black polymeric food-contact material and it's origin"
G.I.T. Laboratory Journal 1-2/2014

Antimony in Breakfast Tea?
Consequences Going Hand in Hand with Today’s Materials

G.I.T. Laboratory Journal Full Version (p. 5, p. 26)