Safe food for tomorrow's world: conference presentations

The presentations from the 2021 Government Chemist Conference, Safe food for tomorrow's world, are available below

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All presentations which have been made so far available by presenters can be downloaded from the links below.

Government Chemist programme, abstracts and biographies (PDF, 1.98MB, 39 pages)

Welcome address - Julian Braybrook (PDF, 910KB, 8 pages)

Actions and impact of the Food Crime Unit - Hayley Ward-Ivan (PDF, 818KB, 14 pages)

Food Standards Scotland – Strategy and approach to science - Geoff Ogle (PDF, 2.91MB, 25 pages)

The NIST Food Quality Program: Measurements and standards to support the global food industry - Katrice Lippa (PDF, 4.13MB, 24 pages)

Authentication analysis of tonic food in Hong Kong - Foo-Wing Lee (PDF, 3.02MB, 21 pages)

The importance of company culture in assuring food safety and integrity - Fiona Humphries (PDF, 4.59MB, 20 pages)

Challenges in the measurement of clinical proteins and allergens - Milena Quaglia (PDF, 4.35MB, 29 pages)

CBD and controlled cannabinoids in consumer products - Selvarani Elahi and Chris Hopley (PDF, 1.63MB, 26 pages)

Microbiome for protected status - Marc Kennedy (PDF, 1.18MB, 16 pages)

Nuclear and complementary field deployable technologies to build food authenticity capability - Simon Kelly (PDF, 5.26MB, 26 pages)

Effective solutions for GMO analysis - Malcolm Burns (PDF, 2.29MB, 23 pages)

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