New LGC Chair in Measurement Science for Health appointed

News (ZH) - LGC has co-sponsored a new Chair in Measurement Science at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK, to help advance innovation in the medical, food and drink, and high-value manufacturing industries in the UK.

World Cancer Day 2022

博客 - Aristea Anna Leventi is currently completing a PhD between the University of Strathclyde and the National Measurement Laboratory on quantitative bioimaging for cancer diagnostics and biomarker detection.

World Health Day – NML’s measurement work for health

博客 - The National Measurement Laboratory at LGC strives to address measurement challenges that affect society, including health

Enabling the recycling of technology critical elements from e-waste

博客 - our Inorganic Analysis team at the UK National Measurement Laboratory at LGC are working with partners across Europe and the recycling industry to develop and underpin analytical methods to determine the presence of technology critical elements, within electronic waste samples. This knowledge can then be used by the industry to determine suitable recycling pathways and promote the reuse of TCEs.

National agrifood partnership launched at Queen’s University Belfast

News (ZH) - We're pleased to launch the Centre for Excellence in Agriculture and Food Integrity, a strategic partnership to enhance and future-proof the UK agrifood industry through the development and application of innovative scientific-measurement solutions and digital technologies for greater assurance of the sustainability, reliability, safety and productivity of inherent supply chains.

LGC launches free app-based cannabis testing training to support cannabis testing laboratories in their learning

News (ZH) - Easy-to-use app-based microlearning provides training in a range of cannabis-related topics

Infectious disease researchers publish routes to ensure lessons are learned from COVD-19 when using PCR for monkeypox diagnosis

News (ZH) - The paper, titled “Monkeypox: another test for PCR”, focuses on how to ensure the PCR diagnosis tests being deployed for monkeypox will be most accurate and that lessons learned on PCR testing from the COVID-19 pandemic are applied to the current epidemic.