Roman Gritsenko, a GC/MS specialist from Element Materials Technology, is a team leader for the gas chromatography group, with a main focus on GC/MS. In this role, Gritsenko’s time is occupied with various projects focused on extractables and leachables (E&L). E&L studies are becoming increasingly complex as part of the requirements before bringing drugs and similar products to market. Managing method developments, method validations and concurrent product testing for volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds by GC/MS can all form part of his day to day, but keeping ahead on all these workflows whilst keeping informed of new innovations can be challenging. In search of a simpler way to access product information and guide his future purchasing decisions, Gritsenko turns to SelectScience®.
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The science was always of interest to me since I was a child. I performed multiple experiments at home which often led to property damage. Chemistry was my favorite subject in high school. Chemistry is like magic but it's real. Learning more about chemistry is what inspired me to get into the world of science.
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Nowadays, technology and science change and evolve rapidly in a matter of years. The basic principles remain the same, but the new applications are amazing. I’m the most excited to see how far we can take the science to improve our quality of life. In 25 years, I should be thinking about retirement but maybe the advances in science would change that.
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