Sarah Moore

Sarah Moore

Feature Writer

B.Sc. Psychology, M.Sc. Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience

After studying Psychology and then Neuroscience, Sarah quickly found her enjoyment for researching and writing research papers; turning to a passion to connect ideas with people through writing.

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With almost 5 years as a writer, researcher, and editor, Sarah is proud to have worked with a number of industries, producing an array of works. From an editor at a literary and arts magazine to producing blogs and content for international brands, to indulging her personal passions in creating content focused on science and health.

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Articles from Sarah

Coupling Droplet Microfluidics and MS in Enzyme Screening

Coupling Droplet Microfluidics and MS in Enzyme Screening

The Importance of Sustainability in Analytical Chemistry

The Importance of Sustainability in Analytical Chemistry

High-Resolution Accurate Mass-Spectrometry (HRAMS): An Overview

High-Resolution Accurate Mass-Spectrometry (HRAMS): An Overview

Investigating the Importance of Sustainability in Analytical Chemistry

Investigating the Importance of Sustainability in Analytical Chemistry

Using GC-MS to Analyze the Flavors in Fruit

Using GC-MS to Analyze the Flavors in Fruit

Two types of immune cells interact to give natural protection from tuberculosis

Two types of immune cells interact to give natural protection from tuberculosis

Rare genetic variants identified that point to MAC as a therapeutic target for age-related macular degeneration

Rare genetic variants identified that point to MAC as a therapeutic target for age-related macular degeneration

New nanoparticles can perform gene editing in the lungs, paving the way for inhalable therapies

New nanoparticles can perform gene editing in the lungs, paving the way for inhalable therapies

Uncovering the chemical components of 'fruity' flavored fermented coffee

Uncovering the chemical components of 'fruity' flavored fermented coffee

Evolution driven by genetic engineering should be known as ‘genetic welding’ to draw scientific and ethical scrutiny

Evolution driven by genetic engineering should be known as ‘genetic welding’ to draw scientific and ethical scrutiny

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