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Notable Names in British MS

 

Ever since Aston discovered the very beginnings of mass spectrometry, British scientists have been at the forefront of the development of the technique.  With some of the key early manufacturers based in the UK, scientists from across industry and academia have collaborated to advance analyser technology, make breakthroughs in interfacing separation science, and pioneer new applications.  Below are just some of the most notable BMSS members who have pushed the boundaries of mass spectrometry:

   

 

   

 

             

beynon

 

Jennings

       

John Herbert Beynon also see the ASMS Oral History Project

 

Keith Jennings also see the ASMS Oral History Project

       

games

 

pillinger

       

Dai Games

 

Colin Pillinger

       
todd   preston        

John Todd

 

Tom Preston

       
bateman   barber        

Robert Bateman

 

Michael Barber

       
Millard   Bordoli        

Brian J. Millard

 

Robert S. Bordoli

       
Maccoll   Williams        

Allan Maccoll

 

Dudley H. Williams

       
evershed   green        

Richard Evershed

 

Brian N. Green

       

 

 

 

       
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