News (ZH) - Expanded partnership uses LGC’s proprietary genomic technologies to accelerate crop breeding for members of AOCC
博客 - A few weeks ago, we were joined by experts and industry leaders at our biennial Government Chemist Conference, and this year’s theme was ‘Food chain resilience in a changing world’. Attendees were treated to a variety of presentations about food chain resilience from Food Standards Agency, Public Health England, the European Commission’s Joint Research Council, Cambridge University, and many others.
News (ZH) - We are delighted to announce that the UK National Measurement Laboratory at LGC has been awarded ISO17025 accreditation for the quantification of DNA using digital PCR by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).
博客 - Honey is known to have multiple health and nutritional benefits and is in high demand among consumers. However, due to the declining numbers of bees, the impact of weather conditions on supply and the high costs production, honey is expensive, which makes it a prime target for economically-motivated food fraud.
News (ZH) - Addresses growing demand by labs in need of products to document Procalcitonin linearity and calibration verification
博客 - Food Safety Week, organised by the UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA), is an opportunity to learn more about current food issues, including food crime, compliance and food hygiene. This year’s campaign celebrates “the people who protect your plate”
News (ZH) - NMS has a critical role in ensuring that the UK meets its international measurement needs
News (ZH) - LGC announced today that Dr Julian Braybrook has been appointed the UK Government Chemist. He replaces Dr Derek Craston, who completed two terms of five years each in this Office.
博客 - The UK was one of the pioneers within the global measurement community to recognise the need to address the new and developing challenges of measurement across chemistry and biology.
博客 - This Sunday, 20th May, is World Metrology Day, the birthday of the signing of the Metre Convention of 20 May 1875 (and pretty much the best day of the year for measurement scientists like us).