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LGC acquires o2si smart solutions, further strengthening its solution standards production capabilities

News (ZH) - Acquisition bolsters market leading portfolio of reference materials for food and environment markets

LGC acquires BRCGS

News (ZH) - LGC expands its supply chain assurance offering, creating a new business unit within its Standards division to focus on this growing market

LGC announces release of a new goat reference material LGC7226

News (ZH) - New RM supported under UK National Measurement System and accredited to ISO Guide 34

LGC announces new crab paste reference material

News (ZH) - Produced under accreditation to ISO Guide 34 as a Reference Material Producer

KeyGene licenses Sequence-Based Genotyping technology to LGC

News (ZH) - LGC obtains license for the commercial offering and use of KeyGene's patented SBG technology across all species

LGC scientists invited to contribute to Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA) publication

News (ZH) - The article covers our leading government research in developing and validating methods and approaches for food authenticity, adulteration, quality and safety testing

Resolution of a disputed albendazole result in the UK Official Control System highlights need for further guidance?

News (ZH) - Scientists in the Government Chemist team within LGC have published the outcome of a technical appeal against the exclusion of a consignment of Brazilian corned beef from the UK food chain

LGC's pioneering DNA allergen work highlighted by FSA Chief Scientist

News (ZH) - The work involved the development of new DNA tests for mahaleb and the common members of the Prunus species to help resolve two high profile referee cases

Government Chemist Annual Review 2015 now available

News (ZH) - The Government Chemist Annual Review provides highlights from the referee cases, advisory work and research carried out during the year

The Government Chemist programme: real-time DNA detection in spices

News (ZH) - In 2015, a number of spice products were subject to a costly recall from the international market because of the suspected unlabelled presence of almond, a known allergen from the Prunus genus