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Food Safety Analysis 2018 Conference
27 & 28 November 2018, Biopolis - Singapore
Many countries in the Asia Pacific region are stepping up regulations on food safety. This requires adjustments to analytical testing strategies and methodologies in all laboratories working with food matrices for national and international markets. These testing strategies include protocols for food safety, food authentication and food fraud. These are just a few of the important areas that will be covered at Food Safety Analysis 2018 by international experts from organisations such as Danone, Mars, Fonterra, Nestle, Eurofins, RIKILT, FERA and EU reference labs.
Analytical Approaches to Trace Elements in Food
Separation Science, in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, has developed an on-demand learning event covering analytical approaches to trace elements in food matrices. From a brief history and regulatory outlook to modern ICP-MS applications and methods, and through to new instrumental solutions, this multi-speaker event has your elemental analysis questions covered.
New Trends, Methods & Applications in Food Safety Analysis
Separation Science, in collaboration with PerkinElmer and Waters, has developed an on-demand multi-speaker eSeminar covering trends, methods and applications of analytical techniques in food safety analysis. Presented by Bert Popping (FOCOS, Germany), Ilka Haase (Eurofins Genomics, Germany), Ellen Miseo (Teak Origin, USA), Sara Stead (Waters), Jacqueline van der Wielen (Mars Wrigley Confectionary), Melanie Downs and Philip Johnson (Food Allergy Research and Resource Program, University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Chiara Dall'Asta (University of Parma and European Food Safety Authority) and Alessandro Baldi Talini (PerkinElmer)
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