Engineering graduates at Cornell University in the United States have developed an algorithm to help food banks make better use of their donations.
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A university modelling study has identified that large areas of the United States could provide sufficient food for local citizens, depending on varying diets.
Study report: Thermo Scientific SureTect Salmonella species PCR Assay Workflow NF VALIDATION; ISO 1 6140-2:2016
The following study report from Thermo Fisher Scientific gives a summary of the validation studies performed to gain NF VALIDATION for the detection of salmonella species.
UK charity, Action on Sugar, makes plea for UK Government to bring about mandatory honest labelling regarding the sugar content of food.
Study report: Thermo Scientific SureTect Salmonella Species PCR Assay Method Extension For Use With the Applied Biosystems QuantStudio 5 Real-Time PCR Instrument AOAC-RI PTM Validation: Method ComparisonStudy
The data presented in this report show that the SureTect Salmonella species PCR Assay is suitable for the detection of Salmonella species from a variety of food and environmental surface samples when using the QuantStudio 5 Real-Time PCR Instrument and associated RapidFinder Analysis Software.
Study report: Thermo Scientific SureTect Listeria species PCR Assay and Thermo Scientific SureTect Listeria monocytogenes PCR Assay method extension for use with the Applied Biosystems QuantStudio 5 RealTime PCR Instrument AOAC-RI PTM Validation: Method Comparison Study
This report details the method comparison study between the candidate methods and the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 112901:2017 for a representative range of matrices.
Research has highlighted reticence from the global food and beverage industry to fully get behind public health guidance aimed at tackling NCDs.
Researchers will be able to capitalise on the data to make strides in the genetic understanding and ultimate prevention of cattle diseases that have not been feasible with smaller datasets.
The researchers noted that the participants had several concerns relating to cultured meat, including an anticipated taste or disgust, health and safety, and whether it is a more sustainable option.
The report, by Greenpeace, suggested that supermarkets could reduce plastic by 35 percent by changing the packaging for just 13 categories of popular groceries.
The researchers said that the discovery could reduce the cost burden of fertilisers as well as their environmental and ecological damage.
David Hope, CEO of Pacific Rim Laboratories, discusses how food safety testing can benefit from reliable, efficient methods of dioxin analysis.