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21 January 2022 — News story
Third webinar in the Quarterly Webinar Series of the Joint Knowledge Transfer Framework for Food Standards and Food Safety Analysis on 19 January 2022
9 December 2021 — News story
This e-seminar was compiled by Benjamin C Remington, PhD, and follows on from the e-seminar, “An Introduction to Food Allergen Risk Assessment”
25 November 2021 — News story
Darshna Vyas will talk about the impact of COVID-19 on agricultural sustainability and explore how genomics can play its part in building resilience for the future
1 October 2021 — News story
The Institute of Food Science Technology has launched a new Food Allergens Knowledge Hub to help consumers, food businesses and educators source best practice advice
26 August 2021 — News story
Government Chemist contributes to Food Standards Agency food hypersensitivity research horizon scanning exercise
16 July 2021 — Corporate report
Referee casework, research projects, advice and impact of work carried out by the Government Chemist team during 2020
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We resolve scientific disputes mainly in the food and feed sectors, give advice to regulators and industry, and carry out research.
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