It’s time to celebrate at this year’s meeting of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, which starts in Montreal on Sunday. Eight months after two mass spectrometrists were announced as winners of the Nobel Prize in chemistry, their peers finally have an opportunity to honor them. “We put in an extra session to celebrate that,” said Alan Marshall, a professor at Florida State University (see Proteomics Pioneer, p. 7) and vice president for programs of ASMS.

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