PhD Chiara Fanali is associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the Department of Medicine (Research unit of food science and nutrition), Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma (Italy). In 2008 she received her PhD degree in Biochemical Studies of Proteome at Catholic University of Rome (Italy). Since February 2010 she has carried out her research activity at Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma in Rome. Her research interests mainly concerns the application of modern and innovative analytical techniques to the analysis and characterization of food bioactive compounds and peptides, proteins in biological fluids. Among techniques those that have been often employed are: high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and nano-liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometers such as Ion Trap (IT), single quadrupole, high resolution Linear Ion trap-Orbitrap and time of flight (TOF).
Thanks for a thoughtful article. I personally find that typography is an art form, and that both serif and sans serif fonts can be poorly set or well set.
A font like Helvetica in the hands of a good typographer can, not only be eminently legible, but can be quite beautiful. By the same token serif fonts may also be beautifully set. One of my favorite serif fonts is Zapf Elliptical, which in good hands, can also be a delight to the eye.
With the advent of computer-based printing, everyone fancies themselves an expert. Unfortunately just selecting fonts and their sizes is not typography. Letterspacing (kerning) and leading can change the whole look and feel of a block of text.
A new magazine called CODEX (especially for typomaniacs) may be found at http:// and some very interesting work on typography can be found at http:// .
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