News (ZH) - The Government Chemist Annual Review provides highlights from the referee cases, advisory work and research carried out during the year.
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).
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.
News (ZH) - BRCGS has today announced the acquisition of Allergen Control Group, Inc. (ACG), owner and operator of the Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP), the food industry’s only ISO 17021-accredited management system certification scheme for gluten-free food manufacturing facilities.
News (ZH) - LGC publishes review on definitive approaches for the authentication of supplement with a risk of serious adulteration
News (ZH) - The webinar is designed for anyone with an interest in food analysis
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”
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.
博客 - Peanut allergy is the most common cause of fatal food allergy reaction. It occurs when the immune system mistakenly identifies peanut proteins as something harmful. The fear of accidental exposure in food reduces the quality of life of peanut allergy sufferers and severely limits the social habits of allergic individuals, their families and even their friends.
博客 - Today is International Coffee Day and, not that anyone needed an extra reason to have a cup, the world is taking the opportunity to enjoy a fine cup of one of the world’s most popular drinks. But what if we told you that 170 years ago, enjoying a cup of joe often meant drinking a hot cup of roasted root vegetables instead?