Category Archives: Teaching

What is non-targeted analysis and why it should go quantitative?

In June at HPLC conference I had a super nice possibility to explain what is non-targeted screening and why it should be developed into a quantitative method. Now, this video is available for all of you. I thank a lot Alasdair Matheson from LC&GC, who invited me to do the video, LCGC video teem, and HPLC […]

p-value that we call statistically significant

In this post I am going to talk about p-value. You can either watch the illustrative video or read my thoughts below. Enjoy!  This week p-value made it to the Science news feed. The whole story started already in the middle of last year, when Bejamine and coworkers published in Nature Human Behaviuor a […]

Optimizing sample pretreatment: temperature

In a recent semester, I have been involved in several training activities. The most important of these have been the training day for water analyses laboratories organized by EKUK and the practical aspects of working in the laboratory by TÜ Katsekoda. My lecture/seminar in the first training was about sample matrices as the source of […]

Up-to-date analytical methods introduced to school children in 47th International Chemistry Olympiad in Baku, Azerbaijan

From 20th to 29th of July 47th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) was held in Baku, Azerbaijan. All together 290 form 75 countries solved 3 practical and 8 theoretical tasks. This Olympiad was definitely one of the hardest in IChO history, most probably being hard to solve for a masters student not only for high school […]