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To help meet the increased demand in testing of anionic polar pesticides, this webinar will provide essential insight into conquering this analysis on a routine UPLC-MS/MS platform.
Determination of quality parameters of crude palm oil using near-infrared spectroscopy and multivariate analysis
Edible oils are an integral part of human diets; being used in virtually all types of culinary practices...
6 February 2018 | By Waters
About this webinar Routine testing laboratories continue to strive for efficient and reliable sample throughput. Multiresidue pesticides is an example of this, where the generic extraction offered by QuEChERS has streamlined sample preparation. However, for comprehensive pesticide testing, both liquid and gas chromatography are typically required. During this webinar, Waters…
Scientists are developing a dual-part detection method that can search for traces of bacteria in water or food samples using a smartphone and a $30 microscope add-on.
Two American companies have announced a partnership aimed at using new techniques and analytical chemistry expertise to uncover nutritional value in food.
The 8th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Food Analysis (RAFA 2017) was held on 7 – 10 November 2017 in Prague, Clarion Congress hotel Prague, Czech Republic. The meeting was organised jointly by the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (UCT Prague, Czech Republic) and RIKILT, Wageningen University &…
Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) have found a better way to identify unwanted animal products in ground beef.
Lukas Vaclavik, Staff Scientist at Covance Food Solutions, discusses exclusively with New Food the importance of a thorough chemical food testing process.
Naren Meruva, PhD, MBA, Sr. Business Development Manager, Food & Environmental, Waters Corporation discusses exclusively with New Food the importance of mass spectrometry to the food industry.
Researchers from the University of Seville show that steaming fish eliminates more cyanotoxins than boiling it
6 March 2017 | By Roy Manuell | Digital Editor
New Food speaks exclusively with Rajat Mehta,Vice President and General Manager, Applied Technologies at Thermo Fisher Scientific...